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Nebraska Travel Vacation Guide

Nebraska


Nebraska vacation rentals

Hundreds of tourists come to Nebraska every year to explore its majestic Missouri River, its tranquil countryside and vibrant cities. Tourists that are looking for affordable deals in Nebraska will find many interesting accommodation options that sleep large parties at low prices. Whether you are looking for homey atmosphere or comfort and privacy, you will find it all at an Nebraska vacation rental. Nebraska condos and cozy Nebraska vacation rental homes among others are waiting for travelers in this state. Find a perfect Nebraska hotel and enjoy your family getaway.

Things to do in Nebraska

Once a part of the Great American Desert, Nebraska is now dotted with ranches and farms that are opened for tourists. It is also a perfect place for nature lovers who will find many nature trails and scenic drives all across the state. Numerous thriving wineries, historic sites and state parks are also awaiting tourists in Nebraska. Read on to find out about area's most popular attractions.

Scotts Bluff National Monument

Located in western part of Nebraska, Scotts Bluff National Monument is an impressive rock formation that rises hundreds of feet above the flat plains of the state. This historic place was once an important landmark along the Oregon Trail and was first seen by the Sioux Indian tribe. Today the monument can be viewed from the Saddle Rock Trail.

Chimney Rock National Historic Site

Another national historic site is situated in Morrill County in Nebraska and contains famous landmark, the Chimney Rock. This sandstone rock formation rises 325 feet above the North Platte Valley and is known for its characteristic spire formation. Tourists can also visit a museum that provides plenty of information about the rock and a gift shop.

Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park

Those interested in paleontology shouldn't miss the Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park. Situated near Royal, this fascinating place is an active paleontological dig featuring the remains of camels, rhinos and three-toed horses that lived in Nebraska about twelve million years ago.

Bellevue

Bellevue is the oldest town in Nebraska and an excellent place to visit for every history lover. Situated in Sarpy County, this charming small town offers many historic sites such as the 1830 log cabins, the oldest remaining building between the Missouri River and the Pacific Ocean and the First Presbyterian Church. Tourists can also visit the Sarpy County Museum and Strategic Air and Space Museum.

Carhenge

Carhenge is a unique car sculpture made by artist Jim Reinders. It is a replica of famous English Stonehenge and consists of the circle of thirty eight cars. It has the same proportions as the original monument in England and offers a picnic spot and an educational board.

World Known Top Events in the State of Nebraska

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