Discover Nebraska this Mother's Day


Jenn Gjerde at 402-471-3768, or jenn.gjerde@nebraska.gov
Erin Lenz at 402-471-7755, or erin.lenz@nebraska.gov

Discover Nebraska this Mother's Day


LINCOLN, Neb. (May 4, 2018) —This Mother’s Day, show the important women in your life exactly how much you love them by celebrating right here in Nebraska. Create a one-of-a-kind gift or celebrate in the great outdoors with the whole family.

Whiskey Run Creek Vineyard Winery
Take mom on a relaxing day of wine tasting in a 110-year-old barn overlooking a beautiful creek. Whiskey Run Creek has a variety of Nebraska wines from dry to sweet as well as an incredible rustic scenery where you and your mom can make memories that will last a lifetime.

Kimba’s Touch Pottery
Want to give mom a gift that shows her just how special she is? Visit Kimba’s Touch Pottery and create or paint beautiful handmade pottery. Bring mom along and make it a day of fun and creativity.

The Chocolate Bar
Grand Island
Show mom how sweet she is with a lovely brunch at The Chocolate Bar. Spend time together over a plate of their special Chocolate Hazelnut French Toast. 

Sunken Gardens
Explore the floral beauty of Lincoln’s Sunken Gardens. This public garden has been named one of the “300 Best Gardens to Visit in the United States and Canada” which makes it the perfect place to take the best mom in the world.

Lake McConaughy
A relaxing day at the lake is the perfect way to celebrate mom. Grab your picnic basket and beach towels and enjoy time spent with the whole family.


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