The Onaga Historical Society is proud
of its museum complex with the various collections of antiques and other
interesting items and displays from the area.
In addition to a large Morton building and a small building full of
memorabilia of Onaga and the surrounding area, there is an authentic log cabin,
a one-room country school house and a Union Pacific train caboose for your
touring enjoyment. A variety of
resources are also available for those interested in doing family genealogy
research. Admission is free; however
free-will donations are appreciated.
The Museum, located at 310 E.2nd
St., is open from 1:00 to 4:00 every Friday starting June 9 and during the months of June, July and
August. During these months, from 2:00
to 3:00 are special programs on various local culture topics. The Museum is also open by appointment at any
time of the year by calling Linda Tessendorf at 785-889-4451, Rheva Boswell at
785-889-4661, Linda Price at 785-889-4800 or the City Office at 785-889-4456.