Hear intriguing stories about the people and events that shaped these destinations. Enjoy a unique look at the history of Nebraska.
– Broken Bow, 509 South 9th Ave.
Built in 1928, this historic hotel is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and offers elegant western charm. Passport travelers receive a special discount.
Fort Cody Trading Post
– North Platte, 221 Halligan Dr.
This truly original gift shop features an old west museum and the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show in Miniature, a folk art display. Passport travelers receive a special gift.
Fort Sidney Museum and Post Commander’s Home
– Sidney, 544 Jackson St.
This historic fort features a museum, powder magazine and the Commander’s home furnished to period time.
Historic Argo Hotel
– Crofton, 211 West Kansas St.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this hotel was built in 1912 to serve railroad traffic and has been restored back to its former grandeur.
Klown Doll Museum
– Plainview, 306 West Park Ave.
This museum is home to a fun, unique collection of over 7,000 clown dolls and related items. Located in the Klown Kapital of Nebraska.
Museum of Shadows
– New Location: Plattsmouth, 502 Main St.
– New Phone Number: 402.298.4403
The Museum of Shadows has relocated from Elmwood to Plattsmouth (502 Main Street). You can receive your stamp Wed-Sat from 10am-4pm (last tour is at 4pm) and Sun from 12-3pm (last tour is at 3pm). Tours last one hour.
– Holdrege, 72993 S Rd.
This steakhouse serves excellent dishes and offers an ambiance reminiscent of the 1930’s. Reservations are recommended.
Trails and Rails Museum/BCHS
– Kearney, 710 West 11th St.
Tour historic buildings filled with spooky stories.