The Wessels Living History Farm was established by a gift from the late David Wessels, a bachelor farmer who’s grandparents were German immigrants that settled in York County in 1905. The complex features a 1920’s period appropriate house with fixtures and furnishings that would be representative of a prosperous farm.
Recharge Lake is a reservoir located just 1.75 miles N.W. of York just off of highway 81. The lake is part of the Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District’s Bruce L. Anderson Recreation Area and has a wide variety of amenities available.
The Holthus Convention Center is the perfect venue to host your next event. With its convenient location on Highway 81, just north of the I-80 York interchange, this beautiful 40,000 square foot facility is versatile enough to meet all your needs.
Chances "R" is more than a restaurant. For tons of people in Nebraska and across the country it has become a destination. Family owned since 1932, Chances "R" is a York institution serving homemade breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
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.