We highly recommend you visit Tekamah for the day and look around! We are so proud of our local community and how so many have worked incredibly hard to make Tekamah, Nebraska, quite the destination!
Burt County Museum
The E.C. Houston House is listed on the National and State Registry of Historic places. This 1904 14-room home incorporates Neo-Classical Revival details in its porches, door and window openings, leaded-glass windows and cornices.
Adding to the beautiful woodwork and grand stature are artifacts that have been gathered from the Burt County area. Among them, you will find an early 1700’s painting of the Last Supper and a display of Block house items in the parlor.
Burt County Museum Website
Historic Bryant House
The Bryant House offers a rare and unique glimpse back through time. Over 70,000 pristine artifacts. Colonel Benjamin R. Folsom founded Tekamah in the year 1854.
Cross the threshold of the historic Bryant House and be surrounded by the romance and elegance of the Victorian era. Browse each room at leisure to appreciate the decorative arts and period furnishing belonging to several generations of the Bryant family.
Historic Bryant House Website
Lied Public Library
The Lied Tekamah Public Library is one of Nebraska’s 69 Carnegie libraries. Originally built in 1914, the library was expanded with an addition in 2013. The building retain the leaded glass windows, woodwork and staircases installed more than 100 years ago.Visit Library Facebook Page
Summit Lake State Recreation Area
Summit Lake State Recreation Area is a 190-acre lake, surrounded by 345 acres of land. The area offers fishing, hiking, hunting, swimming, and camping, among other activities.Summit Lake Website
The Big Cottonwood Vineyards and Winery
We are a small farm winery located in the rolling loess hills of northeast Nebraska. Our mission is to provide you with flavorful, food-friendly wines that everyone can enjoy.Visit Big Cotton Wood Winery
Silver Hill Vineyards & Winery
Relax with a glass of our own wine enjoying the scenic hills of northeast Nebraska. We have three acres of grapevines, a nature path through 100-year-old oaks and beautiful landscaping on the property.Visit Silver Hills Winery