Johnny Carson Exhibit

     Take the trolley to the historic New Lutheran Cemetery and enjoy the reenactors who share the history of Norfolk, the cemetery, and the people buried there.  Limited seating is available.  Purchase your tickets today by clicking the button or in person at Elkhorn Valley Museum.

Hours

Hours

Tuesday – Saturday 10am-5pm

We are closed on New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. 

Admission

Admission

$7 Adult
$6 Senior (60+)
$3 Children ages 3-18
Children age 2 and under are FREE
Veterans receive $1 off regular admission.

For groups of 10 or more, regardless of age, please inquire about our group rates ahead of your visit.

Location

Location

Our Address:
515 Queen City Blvd.
Norfolk, NE 68701

From Norfolk Ave, turn north on 7th St. and drive 5 blocks. Museum is on the west side of the street. Driving Directions

The Elkhorn Valley Historical Society was founded in 1958. The members of the society believe in the value of preserving the past, the memory, and the legacy of the lives of the people of the Elkhorn Valley for future generations. Thanks to the generosity of area citizens, businesses, organizations, and grants, the Society was able to complete the construction of a beautiful museum building in 1997.

 

Elkhorn Valley Museum History

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