Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the scenic Elkhorn River, located on the south edge of Wisner, in a number of ways. Whether it be kayaking or tubing, swimming or fishing, or just sitting and enjoying quiet solitude or a beautiful sunset, spending time on the Elkhorn is one of life’s simple pleasures.
John G. Neihardt State Historical Site
The John G. Neihardt State Historical Site showcases the life and works of Nebraska’s Poet in Perpetuity, John G. Neihardt. The site was established on the site of Neihardt’s former home, and the Neihardt Center is a branch of the Nebraska State Historical Society. John G. Neihardt State Historical Site
West Point Community Theatre
West Point’s restored and historic theatre prevents family-friendly movies, as well as educational programming and performing arts events for the enjoyment of people throughout Northeast Nebraska. West Point Community Theatre
Wisner Heritage Museum
Residents of Wisner, proud of their heritage, started the Wisner Heritage Museum in 1996. The museum doors were first opened to the public during the community’s celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, as part of the Quasquicentenniel (Q125) year-long celebration. The museum board and many volunteers are working toward preserving the community’s history plus provide education.
The museum is open each Saturday and Sunday, 1:30 - 4 p.m., or you may phone for an appointment.
To schedule an appointment, call 402-529-6815 or 402-529-6759. Wisner Heritage Museum