2020 Nebraska Passport Stops by Town

Alliance – Brewery 719

Alliance – Steph’s Studio

Ashland – Cellar 426 Winery

Bartlett – Mignery Bronze Garden

Beatrice – Tall Tree Tastings

Blair – Our Specialtea

Broken Bow – Bonfire Grill and Pub

Burwell – Fort Hartsuff

Columbus – Platte County Museum

Fairbury – Rock Island Railroad Depot Museum

Fremont – The Tow Line Co

Grand Island – Sin City Grill

Greenwood – Bakers Candies

Hemingford – Village Pizza

Holdrege – Lost Way Brewery

Lincoln – Gallery Nine

Madrid – The Madrid General Store

McCook – Mac’s Drive Inn

Niobrara – Niobrara State Park

North Platte – Pop Corner

North Platte – Prairie Friends and Flowers

North Platte – Double Dips Ice Creamery

Ogallala – Driftwood

Omaha – The Next Chapter

Omaha – Made in Omaha

Potter – Potter Sundry

Scottsbluff – Rostia’s Restaurant

Scottsbluff – Cappuccino and Company

Valentine – Bolo Beer Co.

Wayne – AquaPop

2020 Nebraska Passport Stops by Category

Unexpectables

Hebron – One of the World’s Largest Porch Swings

Lincoln – International Quilt Museum

Lincoln – Jilly’s Socks ‘n Such

Madrid – The Madrid General Store

Minden – Harold Warp Pioneer Village

Nebraska City – Tree Adventure at Arbor Day Farm

Big Bites

Broken Bow – Bonfire Frill & Pub

Cozad – 242 House Restaurant & Bar

Grand Island – Sin City Grill

Hemingford – Village Pizza

Lynch – Faith’s BackRoad BBQ

Ogallala – Driftwood

York – Chances “R” Restaurant and Lounge

Fancy Plants

Barlett – Mignery Bronze Garden

Bradshaw – Harmony Nursery & Daylily Farm

Humboldt – Southeast Nebraska Cancer Memorial Garden

Imperial – Lavender Market & Lavender Littles

Norfolk – Simpler Thymes Flower Farm

North Platte – Prairie Friends and Flowers

Omaha – Mulhall’s Garden + Home

Art Cetera

Alliance – Steph’s Studio

Auburn – Honeybees in the Heartland

Chadron – Mari Sandoz High Plans Heritage Center

David City – Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art

Lincoln – Gallery Nine

Omaha – The Next Chapter

Seward – Chapters Books & Gifts

Anything that Rolls

Ashland – Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum

Fairbury – Rock Island Railroad Depot Museum and Jefferson County Historical Society

Kearney – Classic Car Collection

Kearney – Nebraska Firefighters Museum & Education Center

Kimball – Kimball Bakery/Merrycakes

McCook – Mac’s Drive-In

Omaha – Beyond Golf Bar + Kitchen

Little Bites

Ashland – Cellar 426 Winery

Beatrice – Tall Tree Tastings

Greenwood – Bakers Candies

North Platte – Double Dips Ice Creamery

North Platte – Pop Corner

Potter – The Potter Sundry

Wayne – AquaPop

More to Explore

Columbus – Platte County Museum

Crawford – Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center

Fremont -The Tow Line Co

Gothenburg – Pony Express Station Museum

Nebraska City – Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail and Visitor Center

Niobrara – Niobrara State Park

Raymond – Branched Oak State Recreation Area

Brew-Haha

Alliance – Brewery 719

Blair – Our Specialtea

Holdrege – Lost Way Brewery

Kearney – Brista’s Daily Grind on 2nd Ave

La Vista – Nebraska Brewing Company

Scottsbluff – Cappuccino and Company

Valentine – Bolo Beer Co.

Root Routes

Burwell – Fort Hartsuff State Historical Park

Genoa – Genoa Indian School Interpretive Center

Henderson – Henderson Mennonite Heritage Museum and Park

Kearney – Fort Kearny State Historical Park

Omaha – Lo Sole Mio Ristorante Italiano

Scottsbluff – Rosita’s Restaurant

Wilber – Wilber Czech Museum

Sip & Shop

Arnold – BrewBakers Coffee House & Gifts

Ashland – Salt Creek Merchantile

Lewellen – The Most Unlikely Place

Lindsay – The Farmer’s Wife Boutique and Coffee Co.

Omaha – Made in Omaha

Sidney – French Door Antique Mall & Creative Boutique

Valentine – Auntie D’s Gift and Coffee Shop

How to Participate

  • The purpose of the Nebraska Passport is to help travelers discover Nebraska’s hidden gems. The Nebraska Passport is special because it offers a wide variety of travel adventures, including: museums, parks, restaurants, wineries, retail stores, and more.
  • At each Passport stop participants visit they receive a stamp, either in a Nebraska Passport booklet or a digital stamp on the Nebraska Passport app. It is acceptable for an individual to collect stamps in both the booklet and the app and submit all their stamps for prizes.
  • Stamps can be collected from May 23 through October 31.
  • Participants then turn in their stamps and receive prizes.
  • There is no fee to participate in the Nebraska Passport program. There is no purchase necessary to receive Passport stamps at the Passport stops.
Order Your Passport Booklet & Download the Passport App

  • Click here to complete the Passport booklet order form.
  • Every Passport traveler should also download the Nebraska Passport app. Through the app, you will receive notifications about unexpected Passport stop hour changes and important announcements.
  • The 2020 Nebraska Passport app update will be available for both iPhones and Androids on May 23, 2020. Simply search for “Nebraska Passport 2020” in your app store. [Minimum requirements are Android 6 and iOS 10.]