‪Chimney Rock National Historic Site‬

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maintman4u
‪Klamath Falls‬, ‪Oregon‬20 مساهمة
يونيو 2022
‪The site itself is fantastic! But do yourself a favor and stay outside to take pictures. At 8 dollars a head it is too expensive to see their so-called museum. History information very lacking.16 dollars to to worse my wife and I left with a feeling we had been robbed. Nearby Scotts Bluff NM doesn't cost anything and there is more to see. Put this site under the oversight of the NPS and you won't have these issues.‬
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Adam J
‪Anderson‬, ‪Indiana‬39 مساهمة
زوجان • يونيو 2022
‪Pretty neat to see. It's way out of the way but worth it if you're passing through IF you can spare the time. Nothing to do there as there isn't an official pathway to the rocks itself. There is a cemetery right there too, but small.‬
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Kate Illinois1
إلينوي4,113 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2021
‪A landmark for pioneers on their way to the American West. The spire has lost about 30 feet in the past 150 years, including five feet from a lightning strike in 1992. The rock is composed of layers of volcanic ash, clay, and tough sandstone that protects the spire. It is illuminated after dark. We did not see the "Museum" it cost $8.00 pp. But, you can walk around the outside of building to take photos. We did not see any but beware of snakes. We used our walking sticks (trek poles) to make noise ahead of us.‬
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bozy106
‪Summerville‬, جورجيا733 مساهمة
العائلة • أكتوبر 2021
‪It’s neat to see but you can’t really get close to it. There are numerous other more majestic formations about 30 minutes away at Scott’s Bluff National Monument. We didn’t come to Nebraska just to see this (as I would have been very disappointed) but we were at Scott’s Bluff and figured it was just a short drive down the road.‬
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OutdoorKidz
‪Omaha‬, ‪Nebraska‬817 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2021
‪Very interesting natural formation to view. The visitor center was closed when we visited, but you can still see Chimney Rock from the parking area.‬
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Randy K
أتلانتا, جورجيا30 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2021
‪Despite this being listed as a National Historic Site, it is actually run and maintained by the state of Nebraska so there are NO PASSPORT STAMP opportunities there. There were several disappointed travelers as a result and the site personnel advised many visitors of this fact. The site, while a little pricey to visit since it is state run, offers the value of this site to pioneers in the days before roadmaps and GPS systems. It offers some rather stark historical reminders of the nearly 500,000 people taking to the trails west in search of a better life with nearly 90% of those making the journey. The center also offers different perspectives regarding the westward passage to include both the pioneers and Native Americans. An interesting exhibit allows for you to load a wagon sized bed full of goods for the journey. All told, a good way to support the local state historical society. Would suggest using this this a start point heading west to both Sottsbluff National Historical Site and Fort Laramie just across the border in Wyoming.‬
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JSunderland
‪Circleville‬, ‪Ohio‬15 مساهمة
مايو 2021
‪They have a small museum however, even though it is a National Monument, your National Park Pass in not valid there and you must pay a fee to enter. There isn't any hiking trails to Chimney Rock so you view is from the museum. ‬
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Christopher F
4 مساهمات
أغسطس 2021
‪I have mixed feelings about this.

I would give Chimney Rock itself 5 stars - it is a really cool place, and historically important. You can get great views of it without going in the museum.

The museum is NOT 5 stars.

First off, the website/link from the National Park Service site is outdated in terms of fees. It makes it seem as if there is still a discount for NPS passholders, which there isn't. Even though this is technically a National Historic Site, and connected to the nearby FREE Scotts Bluff National Monument, the museum is run by the State of Nebraska. If you're not going to offer that anymore, that is okay. In that case, spend some of the admission money to pay somebody to update your website and any links about it.

Second, the museum is well-done, but tiny. We looked at every display, did every interactive activity twice, and it still took us under 30 minutes. Based on this, the price of $8 for adults and $4 for children was IMO too much.

FWIW, we traveled 12 days around Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming. This was one of the few sites we went to that even charged for children.

So, if you just want cool views and photos of Chimney Rock, you can get them from outside without going to the museum.‬
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BlakeO229
‪Omaha‬, ‪Nebraska‬79 مساهمة
أغسطس 2021
‪Chimney Rock is one of the most recognizable landmarks along the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails - definitely a great stop for anyone interested in the history of the area. The small museum is a little expensive ($8 per adult/$4 per child) - but has lots to do for children. There is a viewing area behind the museum. If you do not have any interest in going to the museum, there is an even better (in my opinion) viewing area near the Chimney Rock Cemetery, which is about a half mile south of the museum off a short gravel road.

Note, the site that is linked to the NPS website seems dated, with incorrect hours and prices‬
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SILVIA Z
‪Flushing‬, نيويورك96 مساهمة
العائلة • أغسطس 2021
‪You pay $8 for have a picture, a scam, you can have a beautiful picture without to go to this museum. Yes for children is ok.‬
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