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Nebraska City, Nebraska

  • Otoe County Courthouse

    Otoe County CourthouseThis two-story, Georgian brick structure is the oldest public building in the state of Nebraska still in use. The building was completed in 1865 when Otoe County was formed and Nebraska City named t...
    Otoe County Courthouse

Attractions and Upcoming Events

River Country Nature Center

Visitors are invited to take a walk on the wild side at the River County Nature Center. More than 400 preserved specimen of birds, fish, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles are on display at the center. The wildlife displayed are native to Nebraska, including a new Nebraska Albino Animal Display.

Nebraska City, NE Museums

Table Creek Golf Course

Enjoy a challenging 18-hole round of golf at Nebraska City's own Table Creek Golf Course. Enjoy full dining at Table Creek'

Nebraska City, NE Golf Courses

Old Freighters Museum

On July 20, 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set foot on the gently sloped banks of what is now known as Nebraska City and considered it an "ideal site for a future city." About 40 years later, the original Fort Kearny was built at this spot.

Nebraska City, NE Museums

Taylor - Wessel - Brickel House
(Nelson House)

The Taylor - Wessel - Bickel House is one of the oldest homes in the state and the finest example of Greek Revival Architecture. In the late 1850

Nebraska City, NE Museums

Wildwood Historic Home and Art Barn

When Jasper Ware, an early Nebraska City banker took his wife, Ellen Kinney, to the west edge of town, pointed out the heavily wooded area south of Arbor Lodge, and said he wanted to build her a country home on the site, she responded, "Oh Jasper, I couldn't live in these wild woods!"

Nebraska City, NE Museums

Things to do near Nebraska City, NE

Mahoney SP Fishing

There are two lakes on the park, 4 1/2-acre Owen Marina Lake and 10-acre Quest Lake. Fishing is allowed in both lakes sub...

Author, E.M. Rhodes

Eugene Manlove Rhodes was born in a double log, "dugtrot" cabin in Tecumseh on January 19, 1869. At the time, hi...