Located along historic Route 66, the McLean-Allanreed Area Museum celebrates their Route 66, ranching, and agricultural heritage. Founded in 1969, they have worked to preserve artifacts from local residents that tell the history of the town and region. Visitors can browse rooms that replicate various periods and businesses like an early barber shop, dentist office, newspaper office and more. The museum also pays homage to the German POW camp outside the town in WWII, and a room inside has maps, building plans, a model, and items made by inmates.
McLean-Allanreed Area Museum
Free; Donations appreciated.
Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.