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Thomas P. Kennard House Nebraska Statehood Memorial


Photograph of Thomas P. Kennard House [L741-11]

Imagine starting a city from scratch!

Dedicated as the Nebraska Statehood Memorial in 1968, the Kennard House is the oldest standing structure in Lincoln's original plat. At the 1869 italianate home of Nebraska's first Secretary of State, Thomas P. Kennard, you will learn about the excitement of creating a new state capital, and see the formality of Victorian lifestyles. The oldest residence in Lincoln has been restored to the 1870s with tours available year round.

Hours:

By appointment only, Monday - Friday

Location:

1627 "H" Street,
Lincoln, NE

Map to the Statehood Memorial

More Information on the Thomas P. Kennard House, Nebraska Statehood Memorial

Brochure (pdf)

Admission:

$3 for adults.
Children with adults free.
Admission fees are waived for NSHS members.

Group Tours:

Tours are available year round.
Group rates available.
Please call ahead to make reservations.
402-471-4764

Mailing address:

Thomas P. Kennard House
PO Box 82554
Lincoln, NE 68501-2554

Phone:

402-471-4764

E-mail:

tom.buecker@nebraska.gov

 
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