Historical Society Properties
In 1999, the society purchased one of Nebraska’s last Burlington depots, at Sixth and Plum Streets in Grand Island. The restored depot, Burlington Station, is available for parties, receptions and meetings.
The Historical Society and the City of Grand Island worked together to restore the Stolley House in Stolley Park. The house is said to be the oldest in Hall County.
Townsley Murdock Site
In 1997, the Historical Society purchased its first piece of property, the Townsley-Murdock Site near Alda, which is a preserved site featuring Morman Trail and Overland Trail wagon wheel ruts.