The Midwest Ag Showplace
Grand Island, Nebraska is the showplace for agriculture in the midwest. Start at the 25,000 square foot Raising Nebraska, an interactive museum featuring how foods go from field to table. The 200 acre Stuhr Museum features historical agriculture, and the perrenial Thoroughbred horse races at Fonner Park bring equine excitement to town every spring. A bevy of other ag-related businesses (Case IH, AGI) and events (Husker Harvest Days, Nebraska State Fair, Rodeo Grand Island) round out the city's calendar and economy.
Raising Nebraska is open to the public Monday-Friday from 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm.
Explore Grand Island, Nebraska
Railside is the heart of the community, where you'll find city government, passionate entrepreneurs and great festivals.
Raising Nebraska acts as the portal to Grand Island, the midwest agricultural showplace.
Every museum tells a story. Stuhr Museum's 200 acres puts you in the story.