Step Right Into A Victorian-Era Time Capsule At The Bryant House In Nebraska

In the small town of Tekamah, Nebraska sits a treasure trove of well-preserved local history. The Bryant House was named for Edward W. and Rose Folsom Bryant, the home’s original owners. Today it’s a part of the Burt County Museum and a wonderful place to learn more about Tekamah and the Victorian era.

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Address: 104 S 16th St, Tekamah, NE 68061, USA