While McCook, Nebraska, may be a small town with a population of less than 8,000, it is full of historical significance, most notably, the Harvey P. Sutton House, the Museum of the High Plains, and the Senator George Norris State Historic Site. If you’re looking for a fun and educational day trip in the Cornhusker State, you can’t go wrong with any, or all, of these historical locations in McCook, Nebraska.

For more information on the above points of interest in McCook, Nebraska, be sure to check out the Sutton House website, The High Plains Historical Society Facebook page, and the George Norris website.

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