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Nebraska City, Nebraska

    December

  • 28 - 29
    YuleFest - Nebraska City - Kick off the holiday season with a weekend full of celebration in Nebraska City. A parade of costumed characters lead Santa Claus as he arrives to tow ... more on YuleFest


Upcoming Events in Nebraska City Nebraska

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Attractions and Upcoming Events

Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Interpretive

The focus will be on more than 400 scientific discoveries of flora (178 plants) and fauna, (122 animals) made at President Thomas Jeffersons direction on their historic Corps of Discovery Journey from 1803-1806.

Nebraska City, NE Tours

Arbor Lodge State Historical Park & Arboretum

A 52-room mansion that belonged to J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day. Many of the family's original pieces fill the home. The Carriage house displays carriages used by the family. Walking trails wind through the grounds.

Nebraska City, NE Arboretums

G.A.R. Hall

The Grand Army Republic offered membership to all military personal who served in the Union Army from 1861 to 1865. The purpose was to provide camaraderie for the veterans and support for the widows and orpans of the union soldiers. The G.A.R. Hall in Nebraska City was just one of close to 100

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

Otoe County Courthouse

This 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 the county seat. Inside, several photos and displays portray the building's history.

Nebraska City, NE Historic Courthouses

Things to do near Nebraska City, NE

Branched Oak Boating

As the largest body of recreational water within 100 miles of Lincoln and Omaha, Branched Oak is popular with powerboaters an...

Oto Agency (Barneston Site) Historical Marker

The Oto tribe signed an 1854 treaty relinquishing their territory west of the Missouri River except for a 250-square-mile ...