The open road and adventure meet in Nebraska where the perfect vacation awaits your group. For urban explorers, our cities offer a variety of exciting group possibilities. Shop and eat your way through the Old World charm of Omaha’s Old Market or Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket. Stop to smell the roses at Lauritzen Gardens or the Sunken Gardens. Or become a cultural anthropologist by studying the state’s flourishing art scene at Joslyn Art Museum, Museum of Nebraska Art, or Thedford Art Gallery. Exploring twelve counties without a passport—and without even leaving the state—has never been easier for your group to do!
Historically speaking, Nebraska is a top notch group destination. Follow the journey of our nation’s great western migration at The Archway, Scotts Bluff National Monument, Chimney Rock National Historic Site, or Homestead National Monument of America. One natural springtime spectacle no group should miss is the annual sandhill crane migration when half-a-million of these majestic birds descend upon Nebraska’s Central Flyway. Spring also is the time to experience the whimsical prairie chicken mating dances. Or the more adventurous in your group could hand feed an actual bison from a covered wagon. So, hit the open road in Nebraska!
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