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Petrified Wood Gallery, Ogallala
(5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
World class collection of petrified wood specimans from 28 of the 31 forests plus unique art work including petrified wood music boxes, three dimensional pictures, birds, plants, geodes and gemstone butterflies, eggs, spheres and toad stools. The gallery is adorned with bronze sculptures and original pieces of art displayed by guest artists.

Native American artifacts locally found and artwork include a fine arrowhead collection and a variety of guest displays.
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  • This little museum is a wonder, with so many interesting pieces on display. The museum curator is very helpful with his explanations. The museum shop is also very good. This really deserves a visit! 
  • I don't stop by hear nearly enough. Always enjoy it. The new building is great. Stop and spent some time 
  • I saw a pamphlet about this in another town, so decided to stop. AMAZING. There are great displays of polished slabs of petrified wood from all over the world, which alone is worth the stop. Also the ...  more »
  • My wife forced me out here in the middle of cowfarm country to visit her wretched mother. Found some piece and solace at this nice little museum.
  • Must stop ! Friendly volunteer staff, amazing art (display and sale)
  • Wow! Amazing - a must see local attraction 😎
  • Some beautiful minerals and pieces of art plus a friendly staff
  • Incredible displays and super nice people. Probably my best ever road stop!