Something for everyone in South Central Nebraska

Whether you’re interested in shopping, nature, history, or food, there’s something for you. Here are some places you should stop at while visiting South Central Nebraska!

back alley bicycles & outfitters - red cloud

Back Alley Bicycles & Outfitters offers a selection of men’s women’s, and youth cruiser bicycles available for rent, plus a large selection of products for adventure-loving friends. 


Big apple fun center - Kearney

The Big Apple Fun Center is a great location to entertain the entire family. Ages 3 years to 103 years plus.


central mercantile town - kearney

Enjoy the quaint coupling of homemade baked goods and the latest in kitchenware. While you’re indulging in some Nebraska-made ice cream or a fresh-made sandwich, wander through Kearney’s newest spot for home gadgets and best-in-industry cookware. 


dragon fly bakery - Alma

Dragonfly Desserts is a big-city coffee house experience in a small town. Enjoy homemade pastries and desserts as well as breakfast and lunch. You’ll love their chicken salad croissant!


first street brewing - hastings

First Street Brewing Co. welcomes you to historic downtown Hastings. Sample, sip, and taste locally made beer, kombucha, and cold brew coffee home with you.


mac's creek winery and brewery - lexington

Mac’s Creek offers the best of regionally grown and Nebraska-produced wines, hard ciders, and craft beers. This family business is committed to sustainable craftsmanship in its vineyards, production, and community. 


Robert Henri Museum and art gallery - cozad

The Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery celebrate the life of the world-famous artist and his boyhood in Nebraska. The museum has the largest collection of his paintings and sketches on display in the country.


What the dickens? - hastings

Located in historic downtown Hastings, What the Dickens? Bakery brings the traditional British tearoom experience to Nebraska. Take a moment from your travels for lunch, afternoon tea, or a special treat.