Find Your Fix in Northeast Nebraska

No matter where you find yourself in Northeast Nebraska, there's something amazing to explore, whether it's a historical treasure or a sweet treat!

4th Street Sweets - norfolk

Kick it “old school” with small batch fudge and barks, confections, gourmet chocolates, caramel apples and retro candy.


Ashfall Fossil Beds - Royal

Ashfall Fossil Beds is an active fossil site where excavations take place every summer. Complete fossil skeletons are revealed and left in place for public viewing. The fossil bed is protected by the Hubbard Rhino Barn.


Gold mine antiques - schuyler

Specializing in advertising signs, clocks, thermometers, smalls and primitives, you will be amazed by their extensive inventory! Perfect for any man cave.


Graf Bees - Emerson

The buzz is a husband-and-wife beekeeping team with nearly 10 years of experience. Buzz in for a jar of locally grown honey, see numerous beeswax and honey-produced products made by the Grafs, sample merchandise or sip a glass of mead. You can even arrange for an opportunity to explore the apiary.


Neligh Mill Historic Site - Neligh

The Neligh Mill is a 150-year-old flour mill with all the original milling equipment. Video, displays, and guided tours are available.


Pebble Creek - Scribner

This stop offers designer bags, name-brand clothing, housewares, toys, and even furniture. Men, women, children, animals- there’s something for everyone at Pebble Creek Vintage Thrift.


The old poor farm - nickerson

This sanctuary is dedicated to the care of abused, unwanted, and special needs animals. Enjoy your outdoor visit to the animals while exploring the four-acre Dodge County Poor Farm historic homestead compete with an indoor museum and gift shop.


Terrace Books - Columbus

Terrace Books is a new independent, woman-owned bookstore featuring new and gently used books and a variety of bookish gifts. Spend some time outside on the terrace and say hello to Kojak the Book Cat for the fully experience!


Wiebelhaus Recreation - Crofton

Wiebelhaus Recreation is a second-generation family business with a 76-year history. They offer a large menu with a mom-and-pop homemade touch. They serve alcohol and have daily specials in this sports-themed restaurant.