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Arbor Day Farm is the original estate of J. Sterling Morton founder of Arbor Day. At the Tree Adventure you can climb a 50 foot tall treehouse hike miles of wooded trails and journey deep into the forest on board the Discovery Ride. Each fall pick apples in the orchard and enjoy fresh apple pie and cider.
Splash around in a 9000 square foot zero-depth pool youth pool with fountain bubbler and toys. Also enjoy a 124 foot loop waterslide 8 foot-wide river slide two diving boards shade structures sand volleyball courts bathhouse and concessions.
Cabelas is a specialty retailer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor recreation merchandise. The store features wildlife displays of fish, fowl and animals from around the world mounted in backgrounds resembling their natural habitats.
Champions Fun Center is the place for family entertainment with miniature golf course batting cages water wars 4–story free fall go–karts adventure challenge 70+ arcade & redemption games for all ages open bowling and cosmic bowling. They also have an awesome menu offering all of your favorite foods.
The Lincoln Children's Museum offers three floors and 45500 square feet of hands-on exhibits and imaginative programs that allow children and adults to discover the adventure of learning through playing together.
Classic Car Collection is the best public car attraction between Chicago and Denver that includes more than 130 vintage automobiles from the early 1900's to the 1980's. The attraction includes video and multi-media displays throughout. The entire Collection will be photographed inside and out and be displayed on a multi-media show on ipads. Visitors will be able to read the story of each automobile as they tour the attraction. The Collection is housed in a 50000 sq. ft. space in the Kearney Cabela's building. The Classic Car Collection was created to house automobiles donated by Bernie and Janice Taulborg.
Featuring more than 65 life-sized dinosaurs a movie theatre fossil dig mirror maze and more.
The Lincoln Folsum Children’s Zoo features up-close viewing of more than 300 animals with the child's eye view in mind! Animals to see include Amur leopards Bactrian camels river otters eagles crocodiles reindeer and several species of primates. One-third of the animals are threatened or endangered species. The pony rides petting zoo and a trip around the zoo on the ZO&O Railroad are experiences to treasure.
Post Commanders home and officers quarters museum. The museum preserves the history of Cheyenne County. The complex includes the restored circa-1890 home of the post commander.
The Frank House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1889 as George Washington Frank's third mansion. Designed by his son George Frank Jr. it is made of red Colorado sandstone based on the H.H. Richardson Romanesque shingle style. Its focal point is an authentic five by ten-foot stained glass window by Tiffany. The mansion was wired for electricity during construction and included three bathrooms steam heat servants' quarters and ten fireplaces. Six fireplaces remain. Restoration of the house has been an on-going project since it was deeded to the University of Nebraska in 1972. The mansion is open to the public as a historic house museum and its rooms are used for exhibits receptions and meetings.
One of the finest medical centers in the Midwest is in Kearney. Good Samaritan Hospital has one of the highest level trauma centers and neonatal intensive care units in Nebraska. Our facilities and physicians to treat bones and joints cancer and heart disease are equal to any in larger metropolitan areas. Our extraordinary nursing and support staff are dedicated to helping you recover and improve your health with care and compassion. You may never need hospital care but if you do it's nice to know that all the care you're ever likely to need is right here…within reach.
Described by the Miami Herald as a “splashy brassy history museum that uses film computer graphics light and sound life-size dioramas re-enactors and classic cars to document over 150 years of transportation and communication across America.” The Archway brings the westward migration to life. An adventure that links our nation that will transport you back in time to an era when covered wagons hand-pulled carts and trains first criss-crossed the prairies. The Great Platte River Road Archway is an interactive adventure that pays tribute to the pioneers who passed through Nebraska on their way West. These entrepreneurs were shaped by what they saw and experienced and they have given America a heritage that is a living spirit that molds our nation’s character today. You will witness the thrills of news coming into a distant trail a buffalo stampede the words and faces of those that lived and died on the route the building of the railroad the creation of the first transcontinental road (the Lincoln Highway) and today’s modern transportation system that still brings adventures-like you! The Great Platte River Road Archway is a bridge that pays tribute to the perseverance and ingenuity that developed our wonderfully diverse culture and dynamic American heritage and future. We have wonderful education programs for children of all ages the outstanding Chuckwagon Restaurant a premiere gift shop that offers a variety of Nebraska-made products and a selection of themed items that will appeal to all.
The Henry Doorly Zoo is a world class tourist attraction and a leader in environmental education. This amazing zoo includes the following: The Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom Pavilion Lozier IMAX Theater and Cat Complex showcase fascinating wildlife and exotic places. The Scott Aquarium and Lied Jungle Desert Dome Kingdoms of the Night Hubbard Gorilla Valley and Hubbard Orangutan Forest provide immersive environments that display animals in their natural habitats.
The main shopping area in Kearney with numerous stores and seasonal shops.
Houses unique works from antiquity to present with an emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Kearney Area Children's Museum / Kidzone is dedicated to developing within children and adults a feeling of excitement about learning a sense of family and community. KidZone provides fun interactive educational experiences for children. It's a place for children and families to experience the world of science cultures and the arts in a unique hands-on environment.
The Lancaster Event Center located at 84th and Havelock Avenue Lincoln Nebraska is a public multi-purpose year-round facility designed to host a variety of local regional and national events and activities. The center hosts agricultural trade and livestock shows regional and national equipment shows automotive shows indoor and outdoor sporting events concerts reunions craft shows school science fairs and speech competitions along with general conferences and meetings.
With the world's most advanced laser tage equipment available Laser Quest is played in a large multi-level arena with specialty lighting fog and heart pounding music.
The Lied Center for Performing Arts is a state-of-the-art performing arts facility. The Lied Center is Nebraska's Home for the Arts. The facility offers major regional national and international events designed to attract a statewide audience.
Explore…the art of Nebraska! MONA has been home of the state’s official art collection since 1979. You’ll see Nebraska in a whole new way in eleven galleries. Visitors may also relax and stroll outside through the Cliff Hillegass Sculpture Garden browse through the MONA Shop for one-of-a-kind gifts and visit our Hitchcock Education Gallery.
The Capitol is the perfect place to begin your tour of Lincoln's attractions and learn Nebraska's story. The interior of this must-see jewel tells the state's history through carvings mosaics paintings sculpture inscriptions and inlaid wood.
The public is welcome to see collections and laboratories in areas normally closed to viewing. The museum has less than 1 percent of 13.5 million specimens on exhibit - the rest are located in the museum's Research Collections in Nebraska Hall. Visitors will be able to see items from anthropology botany entomology vertebrae paleontology and zoology.
Amazing venue for concerts and more.
Downtown Sidney is home to numerous buildings listed on the national historic register. It is the only city in western Nebraska to have a historic district due to the buildings being adjoining.
The nation’s foremost of its kind.
Authentic brick streets and an eclectic collections of businesses make it perfect for a late night stroll.
The University of Nebraska - Lincoln is one of the nation's leading teaching institutions and a research leader with a wide array of grant-funded projects aimed at broadening knowlege in the sciences and humanities. UNL is the home of the Nebraska Cornhuskers numerous museums and art galleries as well as the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
Kearney The public residential University of Nebraska at Kearney is an affordable student-centered regional hub of intellectual cultural and artistic excellence that has been a prominent part of Nebraska's higher education landscape for more than a century. But what truly distinguishes UNK is its commitment to providing an outstanding education in a small and personal setting. It is a university that quickly transforms nearly 6500 students from across the globe into a close-knit
The region's premier natural history museum features the world's finest collection of fossil elephants Nebraska fossils ancient weapons American Indian and African exhibits dinosaurs wildlife dioramas and much more.
The Viaero Event Center was built in 2000 for $10.5 million. Since opening the 5500-seat multi-purpose arena has built a reputation as one of the Midwest's premier venues for concerts sporting events and conventions. The privately-owned facility is home to the Tri-City Storm which plays in the 14-team United States Hockey League for players age 20 and under. The Storm won the 2003-04 Anderson Cup and was named the USHL's Franchise of The Year for both the 2000-01 and 2003-04 seasons. The Event Center also hosts youth high school and college athletic competitions including tournaments for wrestling basketball volleyball indoor soccer and other sports. In addition to sporting events the Viaero Event Center hosts a variety of entertainment functions from industry trade shows sports banquets and business conferences to other special events or exhibits.
Antelope Park is a particularly beautiful park offering extensive facilities including Rose Gardens Sunken Gardens fountains statues Lincoln Children's Zoo a recreation center a play center a golf course trails system tennis courts swimming pool and several playground areas and is accessible for all children. The Sunken Gardens is a beautiful terraced garden featuring thousands of annuals reflecting ponds waterfall paved pathways with donated engraved concrete pavers that memorialize special people and events restrooms and an ornate gazebo.
This 52 room neocolonial mansion is located within a 72 acre arboretum with a lilac walk of over 200 varieties of lilacs. A tree trail Italian terraced garden and carriage house are also located on the grounds.
This important frontier outpost on the Oregon Trail features recreated stockade blacksmith shop and other structures. The grounds are open year-round sunrise to sunset.
18 Hole championship caliber course with beautiful yet rugged terrain.
Features include a pond railroad monument living memorial gardens war memorial Nebraska tallest flag pole a gazebo and more.
This 1100-acre park includes splendid examples of public art an outdoor amphitheater picnic areas hiker/biker trails ponds a sled run and a golf course. Two interpretive buildings contain small animal and hands-on exhibits dedicated to the plants and animals of Nebraska.
Lillian Annette Rowe Bird Sanctuary commonly known as Rowe Sanctuary is dedicated to the conservation of sandhill cranes whooping cranes and other migratory birds and their habitat along the Platte River in southcentral Nebraska. Owned and managed by the National Audubon Society the original purchase of 782 acres in 1974 which was funded by Lillian Annette Rowe of Trenton NJ included 2.5 miles of river channel wet meadows and some agricultural fields. Additional land acquisitions have increased the current size of the sanctuary to nearly 1900 acres.
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