Attractions | Attractions – York County Visitors Bureau
 

CLAYTON MUSEUM
YORK COLLEGE

Lower Level of the Mackey Center
1125 E 8th St. • York, NE

WESSELS LIVING HISTORY FARM

5520 S Lincoln Ave. • York, NE 68467
(402) 710-0682
Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday: 1-4 p.m.

ANNA BEMIS PALMER MUSEUM
7th & Grant • York, NE
This Daughter of the American Revolution museum traces the history of both Nebraska and York County using a variety of displays and special “period rooms.” For more information call 402-363-2638.

HENDERSON MENNONITE HERITAGE PARK & MUSEUM
Henderson, I-80 Exit 342, 1.5 miles south
Tracing the Mennonite heritage and history in 1874 from Holland and Russia to Henderson. The museum is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Tuesdays through Saturdays, 1-4 p.m., and for special events by request. For bust tours, special events, or tours, go to herdersonheritage.org or call 402-723-4559.

LEE’S LEGENEDARY MARBLE MUSEUM
3120 S. Lincoln Ave. • York, NE
Newly opened, the museum houses one of the largest collections of vintage handmade and machine-made marbles in the state. Admission is free! For more information call 402-362-3320.

FRIESEN GALLERY
1300 Cedar St. • Henderson
Original western art, painting, sculpture and custom framing. Call 402-723-4977 for more information.

KIRK PATRICK NORTH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT BASIN
One miles west of York
Part of the rainwater basin, this wetland serves as the home to the annual duck and geese migration. Thousands of ducks and geese can be seen in this area during the months of March, April and May as they return north for the summer.

YORKSHIRE PLAYHOUSE
521 Lincoln Ave. • York
Come laugh with them, take a guess at “whodunit” and soak up some atmosphere at the community theater that has provided the York area with live stage productions and fine entertainment for over 45 years. Call 402-362-7060 or visit yorkshireplayhouse.com for production schedules.

YORK AREA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
South hallway of the York City Auditorium
Children’s Museum has a number of interactive exhibits including a veterinary clinic, hair stylist shop, grocery store, science room, craft room and more. The Children’s Museum is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on the 2nd Friday of each month from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Call Tricia at 402-728-5224 if you have questions.

INDUSTRIAL TOURS
Upon request, several local businesses offer industrial tours of their plant locations. Possible tours include: Cyclonaire, Green Plains Ethanol production facility, Champion Home Builders, Inc., UTC Aerospace Systems, Pioneer Seed Corn processing facility, and the Nebraska Center for Women.

OTHER TOURS
Faller Landscaping, Countryside Fabrics, and Harmony Nursery & Daylily Farm also offer tours. Contact the Visitors Bureau for more information at 402-362-4575.

Clayton Museum
The Clayton Museum of Ancient History featuring the Stanback collection includes a wide array of artifacts, with the core of the collection focused around the Roman soldier. The museum is housed in the lower level of the Phyllis Mackey Center at 8th and Delaware on York College’s campus. The Clayton Museum is open Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For more information call 402-363-5748 or visit claytonmuseumofancienthistory.org