State Fair at Fonner Park
500 N 24th St.
Open on Saturday from 11:30 to 7ish. Be there earlier if you can.
Open on Sunday from 11:30-3 PM
Parked on Main st.
Trinity Lutheran Church. On Friday open for the school during the day. Open to public after school. On Saturday, open from 10-3 but be there by 2 as we close at 3.
Christ Lutheran on 29-30. Open to public on the 29th from 9-6
Oct 1, Messiah Lutheran. Open to public after school for about an hour.
Oct 2 Lincoln Lutheran. Open to public after school for about an hour.
Call 402 519-0301 for more info
St John Luth.
Open to public from 4-6 pm each day but on Sat open to public from 9 to noon.
St. Paul Lutheran in Minden. Call 308 832-1343 for more info.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a mobile museum?
It might be obvious, but our museum comes to you. We’ve converted a 48-foot semi trailer into a state of the art museum that is packed with high-end displays, animatronic dinosaurs and evidence-based information to teach the Truth about creation and evolution
The museum will answer questions like – How old is the earth? What happened to the dinosaurs? What caused the Ice Age?
What will I see in the museum?
The museum has four main display areas that provide historical context, fossils, artifacts and interactive cut-screen technologies. Visitors can participate in a self-guided audio tour, see a replica of Noah’s ark and take in the sights, sounds and smells of ‘the swamp room.’ It’s professional, highly technical and engaging for nearly every age group.
Where can I find it?
The Semisaurus likes to be on the move as we share our displays with viewers around the country. Check out our schedule to see where we’re headed next!
How do I bring the Semisaurus to my town?
Give us a call or contact us below! We’d love to bring the Semisaurus to your church, town, event or backyard.
What does it cost?
It’s free! We’re currently operating the Semisaurus free of charge because we’re passionate about what we’re teaching. Our ministry is donation-based and funded by generous supporters who keep the Semisaurus in motion.
Keep us truckin’
We’re currently operating the Semisaurus free of charge to the public because we’re passionate about what we’re teaching. Our ministry is entirely donation-based and funded by generous supporters who keep the Semisaurus in motion.