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We were there about 10 years ago. It was great back then...all the buildings and shops in railroad town were open and staffed, lots of people around, great museum! This time, it seemed to be showing it's age some - pavement breaking up, some of...More
We arrived late on a very hot day, and went directly to Railroad Town. I sat in the shade at the Silver Dollar Cafe, drinking a cold lemonade, while my daughters and granddaughter toured the buildings. Their favorites were the old houses furnished in early...More
We did not plan on spending all day here but you really could! This would be a great place to visit with kids for the day with a picnic. Lots of room to wander and a wonderful pioneer age village to wander through with people...More
This is a nice museum that takes you back to the late 19th century. Great displays, an old west town with 19th century homes you can walk through and a wide variety of antique tractors, farm equipment, and automobiles. Would recommend anyone looking for a...More
We really enjoyed the Stuhr Museum. All the exhibits were great! We enjoyed walking around at Railroad Town. The Silver Dollar Cafe was a great place to enjoy a cold soda after enjoying all the buildings.
This is a wonderful place to learn about life on the prairie...something that sadly many children will never get to learn about. From interactive docents in the old prairie town to an old Union Pacific engine, passenger car and caboose, it's a great place to...More
This museum exceeded our expectations. We were on a two-family vacation which included 4 children (ages 15, 11,11, and 8). Everyone adult and child alike enjoyed the museum. It was super hot the day we were there so we did not spend as much time...More
Most exhibits do not open until 10am. We walked around and looked at the train and Indian earth house. At 10 we headed over to the railway town. The tinsmith and woodworker interpreters were excellent. They took the time to show the kids a lot...More
It depends. This Museum consists of several parts. So if you want to see it all, I would definitely plan to be there from open to close. They're open from 9-5 Monday through Saturday. Outbuildings open a bit later, but you... More
It depends. This Museum consists of several parts. So if you want to see it all, I would definitely plan to be there from open to close. They're open from 9-5 Monday through Saturday. Outbuildings open a bit later, but you can already visit the main building until they open. The Rotunda closes at 4, so make sure to get there early! Sunday they're only open from 12-5 pm, so if you're from out of state and want to see it all, I don't recommend coming on a Sunday.