Official Destination Videos - Click on an Image to Explore The Cornhusker State
Follow the paths of the pioneers and discover new opportunities for adventure. Where ancient artifacts and modern marvels inspire young and old alike.
Dedicated to preserving, interpreting and displaying items significant in racing and automotive history - more than 135,000 sq. ft. over three levels. Located in Lincoln.
From February to early April, more than 80% of the world’s Sandhill Cranes converge on the Platte River as they head to breeding grounds in Canada, Alaska and Siberia.
Located south of Omaha on 260-acres of rolling hills, deciduous forests & apple orchards that were once the estate of J. Sterling Morton - the founder of Arbor Day.
The annual roundup of bison and longhorn cattle herds. The buffalo meat is used for Nebraska's park kitchens and buffalo stew feeds.
Follow the Oregon Trail, learn more about the homesteading era and see the impact of the western migration.
Explore a city filled with history, culture and adventure.
Bed & breakfasts, lodges, guest ranches, and even a riverboat can provide lodging along a Byway.
Features a panoramic view of Union Pacific's Bailey Yard - the world's largest rail yard. Located in North Platte.
Visit America's largest indoor rainforest at the Lied Jungle. Become immersed in a jungle & view animals from the canopy or trail level.
Scenic state park retreats or a shady spot near a lake - you'll find numerous locations on one of the 9 historic byways.
Travel these nine highways in search of Old West forts, World War II relics, and war memorials.
Formed by Kingsley Dam, is a man-made body of water that is 22 miles long, 4 miles wide, 142 feet deep with 76 miles of shoreline, making it the state's largest reservoir.
Featuring the world's premier collection of fossil elephants, interactive paleontology exhibits, American Indian exhibits, walk-in wildlife dioramas and more.
A great way to explore the pioneer history of the state. So pack up the car and travel along these nine highways to follow the Oregon Trail.
Home to fine culinary and artistic treasures; a budding live music scene; breathtaking parks, golf courses and trails and a friendly Midwestern attitude.
With more than 200 public and semiprivate courses to choose from, you’re never too far from the perfect round.
The first paved coast to coast roadway, spanning 3,380 miles through 13 states, connecting New York to San Francisco and all towns in between.