The Sarpy County Museum works to accomplish the collection, preservation, and interpretation of historical information and artifacts pertaining to Sarpy County. It is owned and maintained by the Sarpy County Historical Society. The Museum and the Historical Society are supported by numerous volunteers who help in preparing the displays, holding fund raisers, giving tours, staffing and caring for the museum, and activities.
The Museum?s collections include artifacts referring to the Portrait of Big Elk, Keelboats that were used by Lewis & Clark?s Corps of Discovery, Peter Sarpy, the Electric Interurban Railway, and many more.
The Museum enables its visitors to discover more about the birthplace of Nebraska. It also offers programs and presentations that are led by special and distinguished guests.