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Petrified Wood Gallery, Ogallala

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#2 of 6 in Things to do in Ogallala
Educational Site · Tourist Spot
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World class collection of petrified wood specimans from 28 of the 31 forests plus unique art work including petrified wood music boxes, three dimensional pictures, birds, plants, geodes and gemstone butterflies, eggs, spheres and toad stools. The gallery is adorned with bronze sculptures and original pieces of art displayed by guest artists.

Native American artifacts locally found and artwork include a fine arrowhead collection and a variety of guest displays.
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  • It's not fair to just call it "petrified wood". You'll see a type of wood and sculptures made from it that you'll probably never see anywhere else. 
    It's not fair to just call it "petrified wood". You'll see a type of wood and sculptures made from it that you'll probably never see anywhere else.  more »
  • The Petrified wood Gallery (and Art Museum) is truly a gem. The main focus is the petrified wood, but the interests of the brothers obviously extend to rocks and gemstones. There is some great art in....  more
    The Petrified wood Gallery (and Art Museum) is truly a gem. The main focus is the petrified wood, but the interests of the brothers obviously extend to rocks and gemstones. There is some great art in....  more »
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  • I really enjoyed my visit to the Petrified Wood Museum/Gallery today! The displays are well done, with many interesting varieties of petrified wood and the miniature houses, pictures and other objects made from pieces of it. And the Native American-themed art and artifact displays, and more; and a nice gift shop. And the staff were very friendly and helpful. It's well worth a visit (no admission charge)!
  • A surprisingly large collection of petrified wood and other assortments. Great for petrification nerds and people who just like pretty things alike. I got the chance to talk with the two brothers who assembled the collection. If they're in that day, they're more than willing to give you a personal tour and share some cool stories. When I asked them why they got into collecting petrified wood in the first place, they shrugged their shoulders and said, "It was something to do"

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