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Author: John M. Smith
Publication: Belleville News
The Knight Museum and Alliance, Nebraska—a Taste of Mayberry R.F.D.
Thousands of Sandhill Cranes Descend on Kearney, Nebraska
A Visit to the Heartland of America--North Platte, Nebraska
Nebraska's Chimney Rock--a Sentinel of Westward Migration
Keep up with important news and information sent to the tourism industry by the Nebraska Tourism Commission.
Only 21 more days until one of the most exciting and rare celestial occurrences comes to Nebraska. We are highlighting some of the small towns in Nebraska that are celebrating the Total Solar Eclipse in big ways. These towns have unobstructed views of the sky with a lack of light pollution and tall buildings making them a great place to view the eclipse. Each town has been working hard to ensure that every visitor enjoys their time in Nebraska.
LINCOLN, Neb. (July 27, 2017)—The Nebraska Tourism Commission announces their keynote speakers for the 2017 Nebraska Tourism Conference. The Conference will be held in La Vista, NE on October 17-19. Nan Marchand Beauvois of the U.S. Travel Association, George Zimmermann of Longwoods International USA, Inc. and V.J. Smith of Life's Greatest Moments LLC will be speaking throughout the week on important topics in tourism.
LINCOLN, Neb. (July 5, 2017) – July is National Ice Cream Month and what better way to cool off in the summer than by eating ice cream. Here are some of the cutest local ice cream venues Nebraska has to offer for some sweet relief from the July heat.
LINCOLN, Neb. (June 28, 2017)—The busiest travel weekend of the summer is here. Independence Day typically attracts 12-13 percent more travelers than Memorial Day or Labor Day and this year, travelers are in luck. According to AAA, gas prices could hit 13-year lows. If you plan on taking advantage of a four day weekend, Nebraska offers some exciting activities to help you enjoy the holiday.
LINCOLN, Neb. (June 23, 2017) - Summertime has officially arrived in Nebraska and many are searching for ways to soak up every bit of that beautiful sunlight. From thrill-seeking vacationers to those in search of a quiet, calm getaway, Nebraska has an exciting outdoor destination for every interest.
LINCOLN, Neb. (June 13, 2017)—Parts of western Nebraska will step into the national spotlight June 12-18, as the Nebraska Tourism Commission plays host to a group of 21 journalists writing for international, national and regional media outlets. These tours are designed to give selected media outlets an opportunity to learn what Nebraska has to offer visitors in various regions of the state.
LINCOLN, NE (June 8, 2017)— May proved to be an amazing month for the 2017 Nebraska Passport program. The Passport is the Nebraska Tourism Commission’s annual campaign encouraging travelers to explore the state while collecting stamps and earning prizes. In 2016, more than 26,000 travelers participated. This year’s Passport is similar to recent years and features 80 attractions all across the state. Participation numbers for 2017 are expected to exceed 2016’s numbers.
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