You’ll feel right at home at these welcoming destinations. Explore beautiful downtown squares, cozy shops, delightful cafes and more.
Aurora Downtown Square
– Now ‘The Old Homestead Market & Floral’
– Aurora, 1211 M St.
This full service florist offers a fabulous selection of gifts and home décor with a vintage farmhouse flair. A family owned business with over 50 years of experience.
The Renaissance Fine Art & Photography Studio
– Aurora, 1210 L St.
View an impressive collection of local art and photography, and visit an old time photo booth for a fun Passport souvenir.
Fairbury Downtown Square
Explore this lovely historic downtown area around the Jefferson County Courthouse. Get your stamp at:
Stagecoach Mall Antiques/Main Street Coffee House
– Fairbury, 508 E St.
This award-winning shopping destination features antiques, collectibles, gift items and a coffee shop.
Ord Downtown Square
Explore this charming area around the Valley County Courthouse. Get your stamp at:
The Golden Husk Theater
– Ord, 129 South 16th St.
This historical theater is a hub for engaging creative resources, empowering community connection and enriching quality life. Offering a diverse selection of arts and cultural events.
Our Corner Cottage Gifts
– Wahoo, 1265 County Road 20
Located in the beautiful countryside, this gift shop invites you to relax and enjoy coffee on the cozy porch. Passport travelers receive a special discount.
Polish Heritage Center
– Ashton, 120 Howells Ave.
This center strives to preserve the culture of one of Nebraska’s largest immigrant groups.
Rustic & Red
– Cozad, 139 West 8th St.
This beautiful store has Nebraska history within its walls. Offering gifts with a rustic twist, this is truly a unique shopping experience in the heart of Nebraska.
Seward Downtown Square
Chapters Books & Gifts
– Seward, 548 Seward St.
This independent, locally owned book and toy store features a large selection of books by Nebraska authors and about Nebraska. Passport travelers receive a special discount.
Red Path Gallery & Tasting Room
– Seward, 514 Seward St.
The ultimate Nebraska experience, view the work of Nebraska artists while you enjoy Nebraska-made beverages. Feel the heart of Nebraskans as you enjoy shopping locally.
Tecumseh Downtown Square
Go back in time in this lovely downtown around the Johnson County Courthouse. Get your stamp at:
Johnson County Museum
– Tecumseh, 289 Clay St.
Located in a recently restored 1890’s brick building, this museum’s impressive displays depict historic events, helping visitors visualize how the past might have looked.