The G.W. Frank Museum Is Located In One Of Nebraska’s Most Opulent Houses

One of Nebraska’s many stunning but little-known museums is the G.W. Frank Museum of History and Culture on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus. Its size and stature make it an unmissable part of Kearney’s landscape, and its roots stretch way back to 1889 when it was built by George Washington Frank.

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The G.W. Frank Museum of History and Culture is open for tours or private rentals. Admission for tours is always free, though donations are gratefully accepted. To find out more and to book your own event, or to become a volunteer and help keep this lovely piece of history alive, visit the museum’s website.

Kearney is full of interesting history and unique attractions. The Archway qualifies as both – find out more about it right here.

Address: University of Nebraska at Kearney 2010, University Dr, Kearney, NE 68849, USA