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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.
The Children's Museum of Central Nebraska continues to feature these “hands on” educational exhibits which explore themes of growing, living, working and creating: Fire & Child Safety Area, Construction Zone, Stage & Dress Up, Puppet Theatre, Art Corner & Music Jamboree, Gr
Open year round, in the spring and summer you can enjoy: More than 690 acres with two lakes, Swimming pool, waterslide, fishing; paddleboats. Hiking, horseback riding; miniature golf, driving range, picnicking, lodging, camping, and much more. Over 50 modern cabins, 40 lodge-motel rooms, a
The Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort offers 40 acres of ski terrain, with 10 different trails, the longest of which is 3,000 feet. The summit is located at 9,510 feet with a vertical drop of 1,000 feet. There are 30 acres of snowboarding terrain at the resort. During the 1999-2000 seas
Build, dance, play, climb, create, sing, and laugh at the Lincoln Children's Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. Here you can be whatever and wherever your imagination takes you! The Lincoln Children's Museum offers three floors and 45,500 square feet of hands-on exhibits and imaginative programs
From Tahoe's highest base (elevation 8,260'), you're launched nearly 1,800 vertical feet in 3.5 minutes. The reward? Panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and Nevada. The real payoff begins as you descend into 1,200 acres of some of the Sierra's best powder. The recent opening of the Chutes puts u