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Sarpy County Museum, Bellevue

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The Sarpy County Museum is located at 2402 Clay St in Bellevue, Nebraska. The museum holds a collection of artifacts and historical resources, covering the history of Sarpy County, Nebraska, including Bellevue, Gretna, La Vista, Papillion, and Springfield. The museum includes the history of fur traders and missionaries, period rooms, early agricultural pursuits, and a scale model of Fort Crook, which later became Offutt Air Force Base.
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  • An interesting museum -- always fun to visit -- reasonable -- we always enjoy our visits here -- recommend ! 
    An interesting museum -- always fun to visit -- reasonable -- we always enjoy our visits here -- recommend !  more »
  • I learned so much by going to the Sarpy Museum. Loaded with info and history right in our back yard. We will go again! 
    I learned so much by going to the Sarpy Museum. Loaded with info and history right in our back yard. We will go again!  more »
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  • I love history museums. This museum has history and the stories to go along with them. You could do a self guided tour too. Our tour guide was absolutely perfect. He knew so much about Bellevue /Omaha/Nebraska. I learned so much. I’m trying really hard not to share them here. I want you to find out yourself. They do have a scavenger hunt for kiddos or the young at heart. Also there is a geocache on site. Good luck. Very family friendly Private free parking Admission is free but leave a donation.
  • It is a little museum, but do not let the size fool you. It is very educational. You can spend a few minutes walking through it quickly or be a nerd like us, we spent a few hours going through it. You can learn a lot about the area. Admission is free; however, donations are welcome.

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