Discover some of Nebraska’s hidden gems. You’ll be excited to share stories of these surprising adventures with your friends.
Brownville Historic Area
Flatwater Folk Art Museum
– Brownville, 609 Main St.
Located in a beautifully renovated church, this museum’s impressive collection of American folk art reflects the human spirit and passion of common folk.
Whiskey Run Creek Vineyard & Winery
– Brownville, 702 Main St.
Between the 100-year-old barn relocated to span the creek, to the turn-of-the-century all brick cave, Whiskey Run Creek is an engaging escape as well as a provider of wines and gifts.
Chez Bubba Café
– Goehner, 1234 May St.
Enjoy mouth-watering barbeque, steaks, home-ground burgers and more in a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere.
Chili Dawg’s Foods of Fire
– Blair, 1940 Ridgeview Rd.
In addition to featuring their own products, Chili Dawg’s offers fiery foods from across the country. Free samples. Passport travelers receive a special discount and can enter a drawing.
Clayton Museum of Ancient History at York College
– York, 1125 E 8th St.
This new museum is home to a rare collection of artifacts from the ancient world, including the Roman Empire. For children, an interactive play area is open afternoons at 1pm.
Gibbons Honey Farms
– Crawford, 102 Main St.
This charming store features pure honey that is produced in Nebraska, as well as natural products made with honey and products from the hive.
G.W. Frank Museum of History and Culture
– Kearney, 2010 University Dr.
Located in an 1889 mansion, the Frank Museum is a history museum and cultural center on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus.
Pawnee City Historical Society & Museum
– Pawnee City, 529 P St.
This museum features 22 buildings filled with interesting memorabilia, including items from well-known celebrities. Passport travelers will have a fun photo opportunity.
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed
– Lincoln, 599 Oak Creek Dr.
This world-class museum features artifacts from every area and genre of automotive racing. The vast collection also includes art and music-related items.