Catch up on all of the latest from Nebraska Tourism including media coverage.
Experiencing the Great Sandhill Crane Migration at Kearney, Nebraska’s Audubon Sanctuary
Thousands of Sandhill Cranes Descend on Kearney, Nebraska
The Knight Museum and Alliance, Nebraska—a Taste of Mayberry R.F.D.
A Visit to the Heartland of America--North Platte, Nebraska
Nebraska's Chimney Rock--a Sentinel of Westward Migration
Crane Migration Brings Splendor to Nebraska Flyway
Where to Vacation With Your BFFs In Every State
Coast to Coast: Traveling the Lincoln Highway
Epic Girls’ Getaway Destinations In Every State in America
Keep up with important news and information sent to the tourism industry by the Nebraska Tourism Commission.
Parts of central Nebraska will step into the national spotlight March 19-23, as the state plays host to a group of 20 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, Neb. (March 16, 2017)— The Nebraska Tourism Commission is excited to announce the Nebraska Tourism Serves selection committee has chosen the four service sites for 2017. This is the second year Nebraska Tourism is organizing these events and was pleased to receive numerous applications. “This program allows the tourism industry and communities to come together to ensure that our attractions are kept in a condition that they can be an asset for people to enjoy for generations to come,” said John Ricks, Nebraska Tourism executive director.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (March 14, 2017)— More than 20 million visitors came to Nebraska's attractions in 2016. Each year the Nebraska Tourism Commission collects attendance data from tourism destinations throughout the state including state and national parks, museums, art galleries and more. Once again, state parks and the Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium proved to be the most popular places to visit.
Lincoln, Neb. (March 1, 2017) – Today’s travelers have a desire to discover the local favorites of the places they visit, in addition to exploring the more well-known attractions. This trend inspired the Nebraska Tourism Commission to take a unique approach to marketing the state of Nebraska during the sesquicentennial year.
LINCOLN, Neb. (February 7, 2017) - Nebraska Tourism is excited to announce that the Nebraska Tourism Serves program will be returning in 2017 and service site applications are now being accepted. The program brings volunteers together to restore and improve Nebraska’s tourism destinations in order to enhance tourists’ experience and increase awareness of Nebraska’s tourism destinations.
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Nebraska Tourism photos and videos are available to the media. You may also view the most recent Nebraska travel guide in an electronic format.
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