THE PIONEERS
JAILMUSEUM
The Antelope County Pioneers
is an historical society established in 1886. Our mission is to collect and preserve the history of Antelope County, Nebraska.

The Museum maintains three facilities:
the main museum, housed in an old county jail, a reproduction log cabin and the Pioneer Church. We invite the public to visit and enjoy our museum. We have an excellent collection of artifacts representing the early history of the county and an extensive document and photograph collection.

Group tours may be scheduled by calling (402)887-5046 or (402)887-4271. If you have questions or need further information E-mail

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Mail:
Antelope County Historical Society
509 L St.
Neligh NE 68756

Find the Jail Museum on Highway 275 and 6th St. next to the sheriff's office

OPEN: Thursday and Friday
1:00 - 5:00.

Admissions:
Adults $3.00
Members and children under 12 admitted free.

Webmaster: Dr. Geo. Strassler
Last modified: 01-27-2012