Nebraska: 10 Things Shocks of Nebraska

Nebraska: 10 Things Shocks of Nebraska

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3 Popular Attractions In nebraska

  • Gene Leahy Mall: Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Nebraska Facts:

    • Nebraska has the U.S.’s largest aquifer (underground lake/water supply), the Ogalala aquifer.
    • The world’s only museum dedicated to Fur Trading is located at Fort Atkinson near Blair.
    • Kearney, Nebraska is located exactly between Boston and San Francisco.
    Lincoln, Nebraska
    City of Lincoln
    Downtown Lincoln skyline

    Downtown Lincoln skyline
    Flag of Lincoln, Nebraska

    Official seal of Lincoln, Nebraska


    Star City[1]
    Location within Lancaster County

    Location within Lancaster County
    Lincoln is located in Nebraska

    Location within Nebraska

    Lincoln is located in the United States

    Location within the United States

    Lincoln is located in North America

    Lincoln (North America)


    40°48′32″N 96°40′44″W / 40.80889°N 96.67889°W / 40.80889; -96.67889Coordinates: 40°48′32″N 96°40′44″W / 40.80889°N 96.67889°W / 40.80889; -96.67889

    Country United States
    State Nebraska
    County Lancaster
    Founded 1856 (Lancaster)
    Renamed July 29, 1869 (Lincoln)
    Incorporated April 1, 1869
    Named for Abraham Lincoln

    •Type Strong mayor–council
    Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird (D)
    City council
    U.S. Congress Vacant[a]

    State capital city 99.050sqmi (256.538km2)
    •Land 97.689sqmi (253.013km2)
    •Water 1.361sqmi (3.525km2) 1.4%

    89.618sqmi (232.110km2)

    1,422.269sqmi (3,683.660km2)
    CSA 2,282.229sqmi (5,910.95km2)

    1,176ft (358m)

    State capital city 291,082
    •Density 2,938.74/sqmi (1,134.65/km2)

    258,719 (US: 146th)
    •Urbandensity 2,887.2/sqmi (1,114.8/km2)

    340,217 (US: 152nd)
    •Metrodensity 239.2/sqmi (92.4/km2)

    361,921 (US: 104th)
    CSA density

    158.6/sq mi (61.2/km2)
    Demonym(s) Lincolnite
    Time zone UTC−6 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    ZIP code(s)
    68501-68510, 68512, 68514, 68516-68517, 68520-68524, 68526-68529, 68531, 68542, 68544, 68583, 68588
    Area codes 402, 531
    FIPS code 31-28000
    GNIS feature ID 0837279[7]
    α. ^

    1 2 Area, city density, metro population/density and CSA population/density as of the 2020 Census.[8][9]
    β. ^ Urban population/density as of the 2010 Census.[10]


    Hey there fellow travelers, welcome to the Cornhusker state, Nebraska. Whether you are hungry for chili & cinnamon rolls, incredible vistas, one of the best zoos in the US or you just want to meet some of those down to earth friendly Nebraska locals, here are ten culture shocks tourist and travelers have when they visit Nebraska. And yes, you should totally stop at Runza on your trip.
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    12 thoughts on “Nebraska: 10 Things Shocks of Nebraska

    1. I've driven my cycle all across the US. Although I'm NOT from Nebraska…one of my favorite places (in the entire country) to ride are in the Sand Hills that stretch for 100's of miles in Central/Northwest Nebraska (Highway 2). It's absolutely beautiful!! Massive rolling hills, bluffs/canyons, wildlife, no traffic (can go long distances without passing another vehicle), and I love the small cowboy type towns. It's like stepping back in-time!! Honestly, one of the best kept secrets in the US…..shhhhhhh, don't tell anyone!!

    2. Oh how I love Nebraska. The beautiful Sceneries, the rivers, the corn, the Kool-Aid, the beef, and all loads of things in Nebraska. No matter what, if I travel to another state or country, it won't feel the same as how I feel about Nebraska. And when I travel back, I'll always feel so better and happy to be home in my city and my state.

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