The museum opened its doors on Sept. 20, 2002, and since then the Angel De Cora Museum and Research Center has strived to protect, preserve, and educate both Tribe and public on the history and culture of the Hōcąk Nīšoc Haci (Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska).
The story of the Nīšoc Haci is one of strength, change, perseverance, and survival. This branch of the Tribe has resided in Nebraska for over one hundred and fifty five years, however our ancestral lands lie in Wisconsin, Iowa, and northern Illinois. To learn more about the Tribe’s history come visit us in person or follow us on social media.
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While you are here, be sure to ask for guided tours and to watch one of our many videos on history, culture or tribal arts. We are open to 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, 10:00 am to 2:00pm Saturday and off hour times by request. Admission is always free.
See you at the museum!
Museum Phone: 402-257-5587
Address: 601 East College Drive, Winnebago NE 68071
Hours of Operation:
Director: Sunshine Thomas Bear
Curator: Eben Crawford
Assistant: Jordann Blackfish