The Largest Quilt Museum In Nebraska Is Truly A Sight To See

Quilting has a special place in Nebraska history. Many of our pioneer families told their stories through intricate quilts, and quilting continues to be a unique way to express creativity. In Lincoln, the world’s largest public collection of quilts puts these beautiful bits of Americana on display.

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The International Quilt Study Center & Museum is located at 1523 N. 33rd St. in Lincoln. Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors (65+), $4 for children 5-18, and free for kids under 5. Get more information on the museum’s website.

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