Louis E. May Museum: A Unique Look Back In Time

When you drive down Nye Avenue in Fremont, it’s hard to miss the stately home with giant white pillars. Now known as the Louis E. May Museum, this beautiful 25-room mansion, was built in 1874 in the Italianate Revival style by Fremont’s first mayor, Theron Nye. His son inherited the home in 1900 and remodeled the it from 1901 thru 1912. The home’s current style is Georgian or Classical Revival and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The current style of the home is Georgian or Classical Revival and is the perfect setting for a special event. This grounds of this historical home are designated as a Nebraska Arboretum Site and boast a beautiful lawn and garden setting suitable for a variety of outdoor events.

Visit the Louis E. May Museum website For more information about tours and special events.

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