“Fantasy of Trees” returns to Stuhr Museum for 34th year

Fantasy of Trees is back at the Stuhr Museum
Fantasy of Trees is back at the Stuhr Museum(Joe Scanlan)
Published: Nov. 29, 2022 at 10:51 AM CST
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GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) - For the 34th year, decorated Christmas trees light up the upper floor of the Stuhr Museum, as part of their “Fantasy of Trees” exhibit.

This year, 55 organizations took part, with each decorating their own tree in a unique way.

”We hope to keep offering something unique year after year,” said Robb Nelson, Curator of the Stuhr Museum. There’s 55 organizations this year, however we’re always looking to grow that. If you want to participate, by all means reach out to us. Our information is on our website.”

For folks in the community, it’s a holiday tradition to go and look at the trees.

”It’s fun first of all. It’s a great way to just get out of the house at Christmas time. It’s tradition for a lot of people to come out and see the trees year after year. We also have a lot of unique programming that’s both educational and entertaining happening throughout the museum at this time,” explained Nelson.

If you’d like to go and see the exhibit, you can find information here.