The Sarpy County Museum protects, preserves, and promotes the rich history of Sarpy County.
The story of Sarpy County is one of growth, diversity, and change. It has been home to Native Americans, including the Otoe, Omaha, and Pawnee, for thousands of years. In the early 1800s, explorers followed the Missouri and Platte Rivers. Fur trappers, traders, and missionaries soon followed.
“The Sarpy County Museum is bursting at the seams with significant historical artifacts and a passionate desire to respectfully present them in engaging, thought-provoking and inspiring ways.”
We invite you to be a pioneer – an early supporter – as we plan for a major expansion of the museum and its facilities. Please join us as we build a new Sarpy County Museum with increased exhibit space, improved accessibility, and engaging interactive displays of agriculture, the military, transportation, early residents, and historical community growth. Learn more at www.sarpymuseum.org/plans-for-expansion/
Thank you for helping us secure the land and move to the heart of Sarpy County!