Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is a privately run, non-profit institution recognised by as one of the top five zoos in the world.

Old Market in Omaha

The Old Market is a great place to buy, eat, and get a sense of how Omaha could have seemed in its earlier years.

Strategic Air and Space Museum

A museum dedicated to the aircraft and nuclear missiles used by the US Air Force during the Cold War is called the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum.

Chimney Rock National Historic Site

Chimney Rock was the most famous landmark along the Mormon, Oregon, and California Trails in the 18th century.

Haymarket District in Lincoln

The Haymarket area is a lot of fun to visit any time of year because to its bustling environment, fantastic restaurants, and renovated historical buildings.

Scotts Bluff National Monument

The Oregon and Mormon Trails' most important monument, Scotts Bluff National Monument, features geological and paleontological history.

Golden Spike Tower in North Platte

The Bailey Yard, recognised as the largest train yard in the world, may be seen from above from the Golden Spike Tower.

Indian Cave State Park

The walls of the cave in this state park are covered in stunning and fascinating petroglyphs depicting natural landscapes and wildlife.


Carhenge is a replica of the more well-known Stonehenge but is made out of vehicles, making it one of Nebraska's odder tourist attractions.


Nature enthusiasts will like Nebraska's Sandhills area. It occupies a fifth of the state and is made up of grasslands, small lakes, and dunes, some of which are 300 feet tall.

Cowboy Trail

Located in northern Nebraska, the Cowboy Path is a rail trail. The recreational trail may be used for walking, horseback riding, and bicycling.

Lauritzen Gardens Omaha's Botanical Center

Omaha's Botanical Center, Lauritzen Gardens, is a calm urban haven of beauty. In the centre of the city, there lies a secret refuge.

Niobrara River

One of the greatest grass-stabilized dune zones in the world, is where the Niobrara River runs as it is fed by hundreds of springs.