Tour the Museum
Represents artifacts, and photography from the last 137 years starting with the Civil War.
SIOUX ARMY DEPOT
Items collected from the ammunitions storage area 12 miles northwest of Sidney.
A unique collection of items donated by local residents of Cheyenne County.
Dedicated to a local family who owned a hardware and dress shop in 1887.
PIONEER WOMAN ROOM
Life on the prairie was full of hardships. Learn about the legacy of resilience of the first women and children living near Sidney.
CLOTHING AND QUILT ROOM
The clothing of pioneer people was a testament to resilience, functionality, and adaptability, reflecting the demands of a life on the edge of civilization.
Named for the Greenlee family who settled in the late 1800's in Cheyenne County and later donated furnishings and artifacts found throughout the museum.
FIREARMS AND LEATHER ROOM
A compilation of artifacts from the area including a replica of the first Pony Express saddle.
NATIVE PEOPLES ROOM
Prehistoric tools, implements, and arrowheads along with beaded textiles from the local indigenous peoples of northern Nebraska.
Explore the resourceful and creative toys that entertained children in a simpler and less commercialized time.