Explore Nebraska's biggest city, Omaha, or head out to Lincoln, Kearney, Grand Island, the Niobrara River, Nebraska City and other great Nebraska destinations.

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Where to Go Exploring in Nebraska's Stunning Sandhills

North of Interstate-80, the largest sand dune formation in the western hemisphere sprawls 19,000 square miles across Nebraska. These Sandhills are an eco-intersection. Boreal birch mixes with western pines above prairie grass and bison. And a national scenic river runs through it.

The Definitive Guide to Visiting the Nebraska Sandhills

The largest sand dune formation in the western hemisphere spreads over north-central Nebraska. Here’s why you should go to the Sandhills—and how to plan your trip to this sprawling, sparsely populated region that holds wildlife and natural wonders.

Best Midwest Family Vacations

Head for a sparkling lake, explore big-city science and nature museums, or enjoy hiking and biking in state parks. The Midwest delivers great family getaways in destinations like Branson, Missouri; Brainerd Lakes, Minnesota; the Black Hills of South Dakota; Traverse City, Michigan; Indianapolis and more. Check out two dozen of our top picks for family vacation destinations.

36 Hours in Omaha

This big city on the Great Plains may be best known for its sublime steaks and world-class zoo, but you’ll also want to explore diverse restaurants, the hip music scene and revived historic neighborhoods.

March of the Cranes in Nebraska

Situated on 10,000 acres near Grand Island, the Crane Trust hosts various guided wildlife trips, including Nebraska’s only overnight stay with Sandhill cranes.

Top 10 Things to Do with Kids in Omaha

Go on a safari, indulge your sweet tooth, and enjoy railroad fun in Omaha. There's plenty to see, taste and do for kids and parents!

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20 Things to Do in Nebraska

Explore wide-open landscapes and check out Omaha's cool new vibe.

Top Things to Do in Valentine and the Niobrara River Valley

A memorable canoe journey passes through the gently rolling terrain of north-central Nebraska’s cowboy country. Those who venture inland find hiking trails and wildlife in two national refuges and climbs to uninterrupted views.

A Weekend in Western Nebraska

Cowboy culture makes this a place ripe for exploration, with its horses, living heritage, rugged landscape and, at night, a stirring display of stars in gunpowder-black skies. Check out our itinerary for a weekend in western Nebraska.