SCHILLINGBRIDGE WINERY & MICROBREWERY, located on the edge of Pawnee City, is the nation's first Farm Winery/Microbrewery combination.
FUN FLOWS at the nation’s FIRST Winery/Microbrewery! SchillingBridge Winery & Microbrewery is a trendy, innovative destination dedicated to providing a diverse portfolio of handcrafted wine, beer, signature cocktails, root beer and an abundance of FUN!
Located at 62193 710th Road (8 blocks WEST of Hwy 50 & 14th street in NW corner of Pawnee City)
If you are visiting during daytime hours from Noon – 5:00 pm SchillingBridge offers a nice selection of homemade appetizers that can be enjoyed with your wine and beer tasting, but you may want to plan your visit on a Friday & Saturday evening from 5:00 – 8:00…SchillingBridge has redefined the way people eat and drink with their relaxed-dining atmosphere. This menu has been designed with simplicity and imagination – a menu that includes enduring classics we all love like gourmet burgers & thin-crust gourmet pizzas with the bold gastronomy we crave by incorporating innovative preparations to infuse SchillingBridge wine & beer in most all of the menu items. On Saturday nights only, you can join the many satisfied guests who have indulged in their wine-smothered “…best Prime Rib I’ve ever had” dinner. Please call 402-852-2400 for dinner reservations. Be sure to visit their website for upcoming events and to get more information www.SchillingBridgeWinery.com.
Sunday, 1:00 - 6:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 1:00 – 9:00 pm
THE PEDAL CLINIC is an amazing display of over 500 meticulously restored antique pedal cars and tractors. Housed in a historic brick church, The Pedal Clinic is open on special occations or by appointment only. Call Bill and Elsie Sunneberg at (402)852-2665 or (402)852-6195 for information.
PAWNEE CITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Located on the east edge of Pawnee City on Highway 50/8, the museum features 22 buildings with over 25,000 items to view. From Larry the Cable Guy's (Dan Whitney) family barn to U.S. Senator Kenneth Wherry's library, there is something of interest for the whole family. Kids will find dress-up clothes in the log cabin or can do a scavenger hunt as the family tours the museum buildings. Exhibits not to be missed include a home-built experimental Tailwind airplane, five one-room country schools, the home of the first governor of the State of Nebraska, and unique collections of over 800 types of barbed wire and 1600 sets of salt and pepper shakers. On the last weekend of September, the museum hosts Historical Days, featuring Civil War Re-enactments, in alternate years, and other special events. For more information go to orwww.pawneecitynebraska.com or call 402-852-2444 . The museum is oprn by appoitment only. Call 402 852-4002
THE AMISH COMMUNITY - Over 30 Amish families reside in the Pawnee City area. They are friendly members of our community, employees of local businesses, farmers and also business owners themselves. A buggy or two can usually be found at the weekly farmers market in the summertime.