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McCook is located in the Red Willow County, in the State of Nebraska. As the county seat, McCook has a growing population which numbers approximately 8,000 inhabitants. The city of McCook was named as such after a Brigadier General in the Union Army, during the American Civil War, called Alexander McDowell McCook.

Top Attractions within McCook

The George W. Norris House in McCook is operated by the Nebraska State Historical Society and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The house functions as a museum, which holds artifacts related to the local resident George W. Norris and his political activity, as well as some memorabilia of the city from the specific period in history related. George W. Norris had a major contribution to the political system in the State of Nebraska.

The Harvey P. Sutton House in McCook is another historical home you might like to admire here. This particular one was built in 1907-1908, by well-known architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is created in the highly appreciated Prairie style and it is very representative for the architectural domain. As it is the only house built by the famous architect in the State of Nebraska, it has become extremely famous and well known to all architecture lovers coming here.

The Buffalo Commons Storytelling Festival is an unique event celebrated in McCook. The festival is aimed at popularizing the storytelling activity at a wider scale. The main part of the event is centred on groups of registered treasure hunters and the accompaniment provided by the world's best storytellers and musicians. It is a festival filled with charm and mystical happenings, which will amaze children and adults alike.

The Heritage Day Celebration is another event that you can attend in McCook. Through this one day festival, the local community advertises and promotes its values and beliefs. The traditions and lifestyles of the residents, from the past and from the modern era, are reflected in the Heritage Day. Local markets, arts and crafts workshops, concerts and contests make this day one that you must not miss during your vacation here.

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