Onaga Historical Museum
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.