FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LINCOLN, Neb. (March 1, 2023) – Nebraska Tourism is excited to announce the stops included in the 2023 Nebraska Passport program. The Passport inspires Nebraskans and tourists to travel throughout the state collecting stamps to earn prizes while also supporting Nebraska's tourism destinations and local businesses.
“We are thrilled to kick off the 2023 Nebraska Passport after another strong year in 2022," said John Ricks, Nebraska Tourism executive director. "This year’s program will offer yet another chance for Nebraska travelers to experience our hidden gems while leaving a positive economic impact across the state.”
The 2023 Passport will once again feature 70 attractions and 10 themed categories. This year's program represents 56 communities spanning the entire state. Travelers will have from May 1 through September 30 to visit the attractions and collect their stamps.
“2023 has plenty of Passport stops that are brand new to all kinds of participants,” said Madison Johnson, Passport program coordinator. “This year, you can go antiquing, feed zoos animals, rent bikes and eat everything from BBQ to artisanal chocolates! Most importantly Passporters will spend quality time with friends and family or simply fall in love with Nebraska.”
Passports will be available at participating stops starting May 1 or can be pre-ordered at NebraskaPassport.com. Participants are encouraged to download the Nebraska Passport App on their smartphone for the option of digital stamps, supplementing the physical Passport booklet for convenience. Please note, the Passport app will be updated with the 2023 information on May 1. Those who used the mobile app last year will need to update the app to see the new program information. To download, search 'NE Passport 2023" in the Apple App Store or Google Play App Store.
2023 Passport stop categories
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Ye Olde Stuff
The mission of the Nebraska Tourism Commission is to expand Nebraska’s dynamic and diverse travel industry making it more viable by creating awareness, attracting increased visitors which results in greater tourism revenue and economic gain throughout the state. To learn more, go to VisitNebraska.com.