Visit the home of General George Crook

See how the Civil War and National Indian Wars hero officer lived on the frontier in the 1880s. The Italianate house, which was built in 1879 and is on the National Register of Historic Places, has been authentically restored, and includes decorative arts, costumes, arts and crafts and period furnishings. There’s also the heirloom garden, which has more than 110 varieties of flowers and plants. Guided tours are available by appointment. Cost is $6.50 per person for adults and $4.50 per person for children. To schedule a tour, call 402-455-9990 ext. 102. More.

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