10 Top Tourist Attractions in Nebraska

10 Top Tourist Attractions in Nebraska

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3 Popular Attractions In nebraska

  • Strategic Air and Space Museum: Aviation and space museum in Ashland, Nebraska.
  • Nebraska Facts:

    • Nebraska is the birthplace of the Reuben sandwich.
    • In Blue Hill, Nebraska, no female wearing a ‘hat that would scare a timid person’ can be seen eating onions in public.
    • The name Nebraska comes from the Otoe name for the Platte River.
    Omaha
    City of Omaha
    Downtown Omaha in 2018

    Downtown Omaha in 2018
    Flag of Omaha

    Official seal of Omaha

    Nickname(s):

    Gateway to the West,[1] The Big O
    Motto(s):

    Fortiter in Re(Latin)
    (English: “Courageously in every enterprise”)
    Location within Douglas County

    Location within Douglas County
    Omaha is located in Nebraska

    Omaha
    Omaha
    Location within Nebraska and the United States

    Omaha is located in the United States

    Omaha
    Omaha
    Omaha (the United States)

    Coordinates:

    41°15′N 96°0′W / 41.250°N 96.000°W / 41.250; -96.000Coordinates: 41°15′N 96°0′W / 41.250°N 96.000°W / 41.250; -96.000

    Country United States
    State Nebraska
    County Douglas
    Founded 1854
    Incorporated 1857
    Government

    •Type Strong mayor–council
    Mayor Jean Stothert (R)
    City Clerk Elizabeth Butler
    City Council
    Members list
    Area

    City 144.59sqmi (374.48km2)
    •Land 140.98sqmi (365.14km2)
    •Water 3.61sqmi (9.34km2)
    Elevation

    1,090ft (332m)
    Population

    City 486,051
    •Rank 39th in the United States
    1st in Nebraska
    •Density 3,447.66/sqmi (1,331.14/km2)
    Metro

    967,604 (58th)
    Demonym(s) Omahan
    Time zone UTC−06:00 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
    ZIP Codes
    68022, 68101–68164
    Area code 402, 531
    FIPS code 31-37000
    GNIS feature ID 0835483[5]
    Airport Eppley Airfield
    Interstate highways Interstate 29 in NebraskaI-80.svg
    Auxiliary Interstate highways I-480.svgI-680.svg
    U.S. Routes US 6.svgUS 34.svgU.S. Route 75 in NebraskaU.S. Route 275#Nebraska
    Waterways Missouri River
    Website www.cityofomaha.org

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    10 Top Tourist Attractions in Nebraska: A Scenic Driving Tour of the Sandhills, Carhenge, Chimney Rock National Historic Site, Golden Spike Tower in North Platte, Haymarket District in Lincoln, Indian Cave State Park, Omaha, Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, Scotts Bluff National Monument, Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland

    12 thoughts on “10 Top Tourist Attractions in Nebraska

    1. I live in alliance ne but ben to carhenge a lot also saw chiminy rock scottsbluff national mountain lincoln nebraska state capital building used to live in lincoln for 4%years but moving back

    2. I took a road trip from IL to WI, MN, SD, WY, NE, MO, IA, and back to Illinois. Just to see what this famed Sandhill drive(hwy 2)is like… I perticularly drove hwy 2 all the way through. Well , sorry to say, it's like crap. You rarely find any gas stations with fuel any other than diesel and 87, no 89, no 91. Saw a lot of cows, some trains passing by, that's all the exciting things to me alone the way if I have to pick something exciting to mention.

    3. Old Market (Omaha), Arbor Lodge and John Brown's Cave (Nebraska City), Mahoney and Platte River State Parks (Ashland and Louisville), Pioneer Village (Minden), Lake McConaughy (Ogallala), Fort Robinson (Chadron), Niobrara State Park (Niobrara)…..the list goes on and on. Don't let the remote location in flyover country and the laid back people fool you, there's a lot to see in Nebraska!

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