Knight Museum and Sandhills Center
This innovative historical Museum features five areas of local history including: Life in the Sandhills, Native American life, Life in the Country, Life in the Town and The Railroad that tied it all together. The secondary theme of Rogues, Rascals, and Visionaries gives you a look at the personalities that settled the area but you'll have to figure out who is what! Pioneer memorabilia, Native American artifacts and railroad history are some of the highlights of the collection. Visitors to the museum can get a glimpse of the life lived by the people who settled in the Nebraska Sandhills. The Knight Museum and Sandhills Center is famous for a broad range of genealogy research as most of the city and county records, and many Western Nebraska records are contained in a digital database as well as in the original form and all are available to the public. The Museum offers a large research room with microfilmed local newspapers, area authors, photos, and genealogical files.
Sallows Military Museum
The museum opened in 2004 to honor those who have served our great nation. See displays of a variety of military items including: firearms, flags, helmets, gas masks, medals, uniforms and other accessories necessary for the everyday survival of those who have given of themselves for this country. Displays range from the Indian Wars, WWI, WWII, the Alliance Air Base, Vietnam, Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom.