New Adventures in Northwest Nebraska

Discover the most fascinating museums and breathtaking places. This region takes you on a journey to discover Nebraska craftsmanship and taste homemade flavors just the way you like them. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience the beauty of the Wild West! 

WhiteClay Makerspace – Whiteclay

WhiteClay Makerspace is a space connecting Native American artists and crafters to their community and anyone who enjoys art. See local arts and crafts and learn about the history of the area. 


High Plains Homestead – Crawford

High Plains Homestead is a wonderful step back into the 1880s for your family or group. The Mercantile shop is filled with necessities and local consignments goods. For info on lodging or group rentals, go to the website or ask during your visit. 


The Crispy Biscuit Pet Deli – Scottsbluff

The Crispy Biscuit Pet Deli is a quirky stop that caters to your furry travel companions. Stop in to reward your pet with homemade treats after a long day of exploring western Nebraska. 


Riverside Discovery Center – Scottsbluff

Featuring chimps, bison and many more animals, Riverside Discovery Center is an AZA-accredited zoo. RDC’s manageable size makes it an excellent family destination. Cool off on the newly renovated Splash Pad or learn while you play in the Pop-Up Children’s Museum!


Legacy of the Plains Museum – Gering

Located on the Oregon Trail, this stop features an impressive collection of pioneer and early community artifacts, antique tractors and farm implements, an 80-acre working farm historic farmstead structures and striking views of Scotts Bluff National Monument. 


Double L Country Store and Café – Harrisburg

Double L Country Store and Café’s ingredients come right off the farm fresh to your table. They’re known for their homemade breads, cakes, pies and farm to table menu, so come eat or browse the gift shop featuring locally sourced items. 


A Collective Gathering Antiques & Flea Market – Potter

Explore 2,500 square feet of an electric shopping experience featuring 25 vendors. They offer antiques and vintage items, silver coins, trains, rocks, handcrafted items, a selection of food items and many more treasures. 


Sam & Louie’s NYP, home of Boss City Brewing Co. – Sidney

Boss City Brewing gets its name from the rough past of Sidney when, in the late 1800s, it was considered the toughest town on the tracks. The brewery is inside Sam & Louie’s New York-style pizzeria and Italian restaurant. Come in and enjoy a handcrafted beer with a delicious pizza or classic pasta dish.