Create lifelong memories. These lighthearted adventures guarantee people of all ages will have unforgettable fun.

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Dusty Trails LLC

– North Platte, 2617 North Buffalo Bill Ave.
– 308.530.0048

Offering adventures, including 1-hour horseback rides, wagon rides, tanking and more. Reservations for activities encouraged.
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eCreamery Ice Cream & Gelato

– Omaha, 5001 Underwood Ave.
– 402.934.3888

For Passport travelers, “buy one scoop and get the second free.” Plus, $2 scoops every Tuesday. While you’re there, be sure to explore the historic Dundee neighborhood.
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Edgerton Explorit Center

– Aurora, 208 16th St.
– 402.694.4032

Get excited about science at this interactive museum. Visitors are encouraged to touch and explore their exciting exhibits. Check website for fun special events.
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Front Street Steakhouse and Crystal Palace Saloon

– Ogallala, 519 East 1st Street
– 308.284.6000

Get a taste of the Old West at this cafe, saloon and cowboy museum. Enjoy live entertainment each evening at the Crystal Palace Review Show. Call for reservations to the show.
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Horn T Zoo

– Monroe, 37692 State Highway 22
– 402.276.0435

This small-town zoo offers hands-on experiences with animals that visitors never forget. Featuring animals from around the world.
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Kimmel Orchard & Vineyard

– Nebraska City, 5995 G Rd.
– 402.873.5293

Pick your own fruit at this working orchard; U-Pick is available Thurs-Sun during business hours, based on fruit availability. Visit the Apple Barn for apple doughnuts and more.
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TTM Toys

– Nebraska City, 711 1st Corso
– 402.713.5163

This independently owned, old fashioned toy store features a unique toy museum with over 45 displays, including action figures, dolls and other toy memorabilia.
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UNL Dairy Store

– Lincoln, 38th & Holdrege St.
– 402.472.2828

This popular spot on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus serves delicious ice cream, cheese and more. This year they are celebrating their 100th anniversary.
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