Horace Greeley Museum
214 E Harper, Tribune, KS 67879
The Horace Greeley Museum pays tribute to the experiences, livelihoods, and characters of Greeley County history. Countless exhibits, ranging from quilts, brands, spinning tops, and other souvenirs from the county’s residents rejuvenate the 1890s building, which served as the county courthouse until 1975. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the building’s architecture is an inviting and welcoming space, providing a glimpse of days gone by. A newly constructed gazebo is the site for summer community band concerts and other gatherings.