Nebraska is easily one of the most beautiful states with the most scenic spots and exotic places.
From the state’s largest city to its hidden magnificent waterfall, Nebraska has numerous destinations that can take a lifetime to explore.
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
Located at 3701 South 10th Street in Nebraska, this zoo is proclaimed as the world’s best zoo, which features the world’s largest indoor desert, indoor rainforest and a huge nocturnal exhibit in North America.
You can also enjoy a movie in Lozier IMAX 3D theater.
Strategic Air and Space Museum
This museum is home to the largest collection of Cold War aircraft and artifacts in the United States.
Aircraft and astronomy lovers will love the astronomy shows, motion rides and showcases of different historic aircraft, missiles, and space vehicles.
Chimney Rock National Historic Site
Located in Morrill County in western Nebraska, this site is a natural geological rock formation which towers 480 feet above the North Platte River Valley.
It is one of the most popular landmarks for travelers on the California Oregon, and Mormon Trails.
Smith Falls State Park, Valentine
This State Park features Nebraska’s tallest waterfall, the Smith Falls.
Where spring fed water drops almost 70 feet and then flows into the Niobrara National Scenic River, 18 miles east of Valentine, where you can also go for a hike, have picnic and tent camping.
This Trail runs 195 miles across northern Nebraska. This is Nebraska's first state recreational trail with staggering 221 bridges along it.
This trail is suitable for bicycling, walking and horseback riding along a finely crushed gravel and limestone path.
Indian Cave State Park
Located on the banks of the Missouri River, this park is well known for it’s large sandstone cave with prehistoric petroglyphs.
It also has 22 miles of hiking trails where you can also go for picnicking, backpacking, nature and wilderness activities.
Scotts Bluff National Monument
Towering 800 feet above the North Platte River, rich with geological and paleontological history and several trails.
This 3000-acre national monument is often used as landmarks for peoples from Native Americans to emigrants on the California and Oregon.
The state capital of Nebraska is one of the busiest cities and is home to museums and cultural attractions.
Here you can enjoy the Historic Haymarket District, visit different popular restaurants, enjoy a football game at Memorial Stadium.
A Scenic Driving Tour of the Sandhills
Nebraska’s scenic country drives are perfect and a must, which will take you through the heart of the sandhill covered with sand dunes ,some of the most unique sights in Nebraska including the Carhenge, Grand Island and end with Alliance.
Old Market in Omaha
Located in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, United States, here you can wander in and out of the many boutiques and galleries within walking distance.
You can also find innovative restaurants, the popular Durham Museum and the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge.