You’ll have the Best Time in History!
Imagine experiencing the life and excitement of another era. Are you interested
in the past and want to share that passion with others? Nebraska State Parks
offers opportunities to re-enact another time in life. Become a living history
demonstrator in one of our State Historical Parks. Each State Historical Park
has different programs throughout the year where they need assistance from the
public to re-enact events in Nebraska History.
From smelling the gunpowder or the aroma of a cooking fire, to seeing the traditional
dress and feeling the coarseness of the wool uniforms, to hearing the booms of
the cannons and seeing how people lived in the “good ‘ole days” is the best way
to teach our visitors about our past. Our living history demonstrators provide
the invaluable service which opens the eyes of our visitors and teaches people
about Nebraska’s past.
Who can volunteer?
Anyone can volunteer for the Living History program that has a passion for Nebraska’s
past and enjoys sharing that with others. Those volunteers under 19 must have
parental permission. Having some experience with re-enactments is a plus.
What parks are involved in Living History?
- Arbor Lodge State Historical Park-Nebraska City
- Ash Hollow State Historical Park- near Lewellen
- Bowring Ranch State Historical Park- near Merriman
- Buffalo Bill Ranch State Historical Park- North Platte
- Champion Mill State Historical Park- near Enders
- Fort Atkinson State Historical Park- Fort Calhoun
- Fort Hartsuff State Historical Park- near Burwell
- Fort Kearny State Historical Park- near Kearney
- Rock Creek Station State Historical Park- near Fairbury
Ready to take a walk in the past and participate in our
Living History Program? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for