Stuhr Museum is proud to once again be taking part in the annual “Museum Day” event sponsored by Smithsonian Magazine that allows subscribers a chance to visit the museum free of charge. This year’s “Museum Day” will take place from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. this Saturday, September 24.
Museum Day is designed to promote both museum attendance and the value of museums across the nation.This is the 12th annual "Museum" Day" event and museums across the United States are participating.
During this day at Stuhr Museum you can:
●View three new exhibits, "Architexture" and "Impact Nebraska: Elemental" in the Stuhr Building and "Through The Visitor's Eyes" in the Fonner Rotunda.
●External viewing of Railroad Town, the Rural Farmstead and Pawnee Earth Lodge
●Visit the newly renovated Stuhr Building and the Prairie Treasures Gift Shop
●View our Native American and cowboy artifacts in the Gus Fonner Memorial Rotunda
●Explore the museum's 200 acres!
In order to receive free admission to Stuhr Museum on Saturday, you must download and print a ticket from the Smithsonian’s website and present it at the Stuhr Building. The ticket is available to download at www.smithsonian.com/museumdaylive. A link is available at our website. For more information, log onto www.stuhrmuseum.org or call (308) 385-5316.