Hudson-Meng Education & Research CenterHarrison Area
Albert Meng and Bill Hudson discovered ancient bones belonging to more than 600 bison. Nearly 50 years later, Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center is open to the public and the 10,000-year-old bones are still being studied. Open mid-May through September.
Trailside Museum of Natural HistoryHarrison Area
Featuring the skeletal remains of two large bull mammoths lying as they have since the Ice Age - locked together in mortal combat. Also explore a wide variety of rare Nebraska fossils such as an ancient rhino, giant tortoise, mosasaur skull, standing mammoth, and more.
Agate Fossil Beds National MonumentHarrison Area
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument is home to an important collection of Native American artifacts. Visitors can walk among the fossils of ancient animals. Located 22 miles south of Harrison or 34 miles north of Mitchell on Highway 29.
The Nest B&B InnHarrison
Toadstool Geologic ParkHarrison Area
Toadstool Geologic Park is regarded as a strange landscape within the grassland. Sediment layers deposited by ancient volcanoes have eroded at different rates, leaving sandstone formations perched on clay stems. Early residents referred to the formations as toadstools.