The Klown Doll Museum Is One of the Strangest Places You Can Go in Nebraska

Nestled along Highway 20 in Plainview, Nebraska, is one of the downright strangest little places at which you could ever spend an afternoon. Run entirely by volunteers, it’s a museum that is likely to delight some and downright terrify others.

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If you would like to pay Stumpy and friends a visit, the Klown Doll Museum is open Monday through Saturday, 1:00pm to 4:30pm. It is closed on Sundays; after all, the clowns need their beauty rest. Besides, why is “klown” spelled with a k and not with a c? We suppose you’ll have to pay the museum a visit to find out!

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Address: 306 W Park Ave, Plainview, NE 68769, USA