Stuhr Museum Presents Wild Horses and Working Wagons

GRAND ISLAND – A day dedicated to the most important animals in 1890s life comes your way Saturday, July 10 as Stuhr Museum presents “Wild Horses and Working Wagons.”

The day features several special activities, all giving visitors a chance to get up close and personal with horses and the wagons they pulled.
Events include:

Live horse breaking demonstration throughout the day
Over 30 historic wagons provided by local history enthusiast Bill Baasch
Live horse shoeing demonstrations in Railroad Town
Hay rack and pony rides around the grounds throughout the day
The exhibit “Animals That Shaped The Plains” featuring horse artifacts
Horse grooming and information
Specialty food and fun in Railroad Town

This day of horse-play is part of Stuhr Museum’s summer theme of animals and how they effected life in the 1890’s. It’s also a chance to see a side of the animal that you’ve never seen before.

Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for children and FREE for Stuhr Museum and Hastings Museum members. For more information, contact the museum at (308) 385-5316.

Stuhr Museum
3133 West Hwy 34
Grand Island, NE 68801

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