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In spring, birding and antiquing draw visitors to Kearney and Grand Island.
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The state university (broken into city and east campuses) and the lively Haymarket District energize Nebraska’s capital (population: 258,000).
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Family activities and fall color star in the hometown of Arbor Day founder J. Sterling Morton (population: 7,300).
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Whether you go storm-chasing, bread-baking, schooner-sailing or cattle-driving, you'll come home with stories your friends can't wait to hear.
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Winter casts a magical glow over cityscapes—especially at these destinations offering some of the Midwest's most treasured holiday traditions.
Badlands, South Dakota
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Peaceful lakes, sweeping vistas, state fair food—here is our list of 30 essential Midwest experiences. Consider this a checklist for this year's travel, in case it's time to renew the...
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North of Omaha, the Missouri River goes stunningly wild. Here are more than two dozen ways to experience this region's beauty and character.
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These swimming destinations hidden in the heart of the Midwest will cool off even the hottest summer days.
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Discover these monuments to American history in Nebraska, Minnesota, South Dakota and Iowa.
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The world's cultural gems might be as close as your own Midwest state. Check out some of the Heartland's finest (and not so fine) replicas of famous art and architecture.

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