Discover Nebraska’s Hidden Gems
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. The 2021 Nebraska Passport program will run from May 1 to September 30, 2021.
- Modified Hours:
- Buffalo Bill State Historical Park in North Platte: May hours – Thurs – Sun 9am-4:30pm
- GoodyPop in York: Tues 10am-5pm; Thurs 10am-7pm; Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm
- Lincoln Children’s Museum in Lincoln: Thurs-Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm
- If between hours of 9am-5pm, Mon-Wed ring doorbell and a staffer will provide stamp
- Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer in Grand Island: Daily 9am – 5pm
Wondering when your booklet is arriving?
The first shipment is being sent out now, so be on the lookout! Our mailroom is working hard to get booklets out as quickly as possible.
Order Booklets & Download the App
Order your 2021 Passport booklet here!
- 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 2021 Nebraska Passport app update will be available for both iPhones and Androids on May 1, 2021. Simply search for “Nebraska Passport 2021” in your app store. [Minimum requirements are Android 6 and iOS 10.]
2019 Nebraska Passport Results
2019 was a record-breaking year for the Nebraska Passport!
- 50,000+ travelers participated from 448 Nebraska communities and 37 states.
- 914 participants visited all 70 stops.
- 6,751 participants submitted prize entries.
- 154,755 stamps were collected.
- 23 was the average number of stamps per participant.
Nebraska Passport’s Impact
According to the study done by Dean Runyan Associates, in 2019, the Nebraska Passport program not only generated $23.7 million in traveler spending but $1.9 million in state and local tax revenue. For every dollar Nebraska Tourism invested in the program, $150 was generated in traveler spending and $12.30 was generated in tax revenue. Participants included residents from 37 states and 418 Nebraska communities. Additionally, the study found that 82 percent of passport participants made an overnight trip with 81 percent of them staying in traditional lodging.