Nebraska | Midwest Living
More
Close

Nebraska

Pages

Story
With cheap eats, a free art museum, spacious parks and vibrant historical areas, Omaha makes a fun and affordable Midwest weekend getaway.
Story
Badlands, big skies and a surprising spread of pine forests draw visitors through the Sandhills to the panhandle in northwestern Nebraska. Things to do in Nebraska's Wild West include visiting...
Story
A memorable tubing or canoe journey passes through the gently rolling terrain of north-central Nebraska’s cowboy country. Those who venture inland find hiking trails, wildlife in two national refuges...
Story
Nebraska’s largest city blends a famous zoo, top-notch museums and world-class dining into a lively downtown on the Missouri River. See our recommendations for what to do, where to eat and where to...
Story
Family activities and fall color star in the hometown of Arbor Day founder J. Sterling Morton (population: 7,200). The best time to visit is during the fall apple harvest and specifically, if you don...
Slideshow
Download free images of Nebraska from our collection of Midwest Living® photographs. Find a photo you like, click the download link, then right-click on the photo to make it your desktop image.
Story
Beyond having one of the nation’s most famous zoos, Nebraska’s largest city blends independent shops, artfully landscaped parks and world-class dining into a lively downtown, just minutes from the...
Story
In spring, birding and antiquing draw visitors to Kearney and Grand Island.
Story
Home to the University of Nebraska, the state's second-largest city scores with beautiful blooms in the Sunken Gardens of Lincoln, lively entertainment and the Art Deco-style Capitol. Check out...
Story
Family activities, Arbor Day celebrations and fall color star in the hometown of Arbor Day founder J. Sterling Morton (population: 7,350).

Pages