Pioneer Village in Nebraska That Has To Be Seen To Be Believed
Hidden away in a small park in Minden, Nebraska is a pioneer village which is home to the largest collection of American artefacts anywhere in the States. There are 28 buildings sprawled out across 2o acres of rolling hill farm setting in wild Nebraska. Inside these buildings are some 50,000 items, some of which are unique and many irreplaceable, all of which have great sentimental and historical value. The items tell the story of America, its development and history in actual objects.
Here you will find not just pictures of some long dead Red Indian chief or a nut and bolt from some wagon wheel but antique tractors, a Cadillac dating back to 1902, a 1903 Ford and more than 360 antiquated motor vehicles from days long gone. Here also you'll witness the world's oldest surviving Buick. There are some historic paintings too; 23 Jacksons are housed in one of the galleries here. The place is the Harold Warp Pioneer Village; and, unlike many of the theme and adventure parks which close down for the winter months, it stays open seven days per week, all year round.