Established in 1884, Farmers Bank is Nebraska City's only locally owned bank.
Tradition says that in 1932, the Farmers Bank was the largest state bank in Nebraska.
The Richardson-style building was constructed in 1886 as a post office.
A Federal Court Room occupied the second floor.
Farmers Bank purchased the building on February 14, 1986 and began extensive renovation
Farmers Bank moved into its new quarters on March 21, 1988.
Farmers Bank received the Presidential Award for Historic Preservation.
The original Post Office blue prints on linen are safely stored at the Farmers Bank as a
valuable reminder of its past construction.
We welcome all visitors.