Highway 243, Hanover Kansas
The only Pony Express station remaining unaltered in its original location, this station was built by G.H. Hollenberg to function as both his home and his place of business. The business was supported by the busy traffic on the Oregon Trail
The six downstairs rooms in the building housed the store, an unofficial post office, a tavern and family living quarters. The upstairs served as a common sleeping room for Pony Express and stage line employees.
Other History nearby:
(Concordia) Brown Grand Theatre
(Hanover) Hollenburg Pony Express Station
(Fairbury) Rock Creek Station State Historical Site
06/18 Coming to The Hanover area
Swedish Festival Stromberg NE June14-16 Welcome to Stromsberg, the Swede capital of Nebraska. Swedish dancing, costumes, and food can be enjoyed throughout the festivities.
Glenn Miller Festival Clarinda IA June13-16 Hear exciting bands from around the world topped off by the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. Enjoy the new Glenn Miller Birthplace Museum and the Birthplace Home; stage shows; picnics; dances; historical displays; plus the fellowship of hundreds of Miller fans from around the world.