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Nebraska is famous for corns, vivid rocks, bustling cities, and Great Plains. One of the biggest attraction is the cowboy culture along with two major centers such as capital state Lincoln and city Omaha. These are the ancient historic regions to explore the breathtaking sceneries and culture to its fullest. Furthermore, 300 feet long chimney rock is a landmark must to visit. However, Space and Air museum Ashland showcase number of space crafts, aircrafts, missiles and planetarium for a magnificent experience. Another great monument is carhenge in North Alliance constructed with vintage cars. Likewise, 200 miles cowboy trail is an outstanding trail for cycling and hiking. On the Big Blue River’s bank, Seward cities comprise of famous downtown districts and City Park for strolling and water activities. All of the natural charms, wonderful cities and good mannered people make Nebraska an appealing travel destination.
During the 1890s, scientists rediscovered what the Lakota Sioux already knew - bones preserved in one of the most complete Miocene mammal sites in the world. Agate offers a wide variety of activities for its visitors. From the dramatic displays to the breath-taking trails - there's somethi
Imagine a place where time and space seem to have no boundaries, where you can dream about infinity and the complexity of the universe. Better yet, imagine a place where the dream can become an experience. For over 45 years, Mueller Planetarium has educated audiences with exciting multi-me
The Omaha Children's Museum is a special place where children can challenge themselves, discover how the world works and learn through play. There are many exhibits, programs and activities to enjoy, such as: Charlie Campbell Science and Technology Center: This exhibit allows kids to explo
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo has four primary objectives: conservation, research, recreation, and education. In promoting these objectives on a local, regional, national, and global scale, the Zoo provides exciting recreational opportunities that simultaneously enhance our visitors' knowledge
Towering eight hundred feet above the North Platte River, Scotts Bluff has been a natural landmark for many peoples, and it served as the path marker for those on the Oregon, California, Mormon, and Pony Express Trails. Scotts Bluff National Monument preserves 3,000 acres of unusual land f