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Seriously, if you are traveling on I-80 and are anywhere near Ogallala, you must take a couple of hours and see this museum. There is petrified wood from all over the world, in its natural state, as well as an array of art works created...More
A very nice Art Gallery, filled with all types of petrified wood and art work. The twins that accumulated all the wood and created most of the artwork were very passionate about their Gallery. There were other artists that had their work shown as well....More
This place was recommended.... I thought, "Okay, sure, it's close by and I'm sure air conditioned." So we went and it is nothing short of amazing. I even bought affordable stone jewelry pieces! Plus the gentlemen that started it and run it are true &...More
It has to be one of a kind. Amazing number and variety of petrified wood samples and creations. FREE, Very nice volunteer to show you around. Clean Not really for children.
gift shop on site is disappointing. Once you see the real ones on display,...More
This is a great display of petrified wood from the US and international. The twin brothers who are the collectors have donated it to a foundation.Thry are in their 90’s .We had the pleasure of meeting one of them who was very informative.In addition to...More
This museum consists mainly of one mans love for, and collection of, petrified wood. The "caretaker" was there on our visit and you can sense the pride he has of this museum. There are numerous displays of wood to look at, but the art displays...More
If you love rocks but have not heard of "Petrified Wood & Art Galley" in a town of Oogallala, NE, consider going there. My husband and I stopped there on the way to Grand Teton, Wyoming, to attend Teton International Music festival in Jackson Hole...,...More
An interesting gallery for a nice little town. A large collection of petrified wood but in addition has gemstones, western artwork, Indian display and a gift shop. It is a good place to spend some time.