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Explore Nebraska

Recreation

Swimming and Tennis - The town of Harrison offers several types of recreational facilities in the Grade School Park one block west of the Sioux County Courthouse. A combination tennis and basketball court along with a children'

Harrison, NE Recreation

North Platte Valley Museum

When you think of the days of the old settlers, a picture of horse-drawn carriages, covered wagons, one-room schoolhouses, general stores, sod houses and a simpler way of life enters your mind. That's exactly what you will find at Western Nebraska'

Gering, NE Museums

Lakeview Golf Course

Lakeview Golf Course overlooks beautiful Lewis & Clark Lake at Gavin's Point Dam on the Nebraska side. This course was built in 1987. The fairways are narrow and sloped with trees on either one side or another. The eighth hole is a blind shot and the light system lets you know by a "green"

Crofton, NE Golf Courses

Great Platte River Road Archway Monument

The only U.S. attraction to span an interstate highway, the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument is a fantastic link to the past. Its eight stories span a distance where trappers, pioneers, the 49

Kearney, NE Museums

Deutsche Evangelische Lutherische St. Johannes

St. John's German Evangelical Lutheran Church is an excellent example of a German folk version of the Gothic Revival style. Unique in its rich wood and metal detailing, St. John's is one of the finest and least altered frame churches in Nebraska.

Lyons, NE Historic Churches

John G. Neihardt - Poet Laureate - 1881-1973

Author, lecturer, and award-winning poet, John Gneisenau Neihardt, arrived in Nebraska in 1892 at the age of eleven. Settling in Bancroft from 1900 to 1920

Bancroft, NE Famous People

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


O'Connor House Museum

The two-story, brick house, located near Homer, was designed and built by Cornelius O'Connor, an Irish immigrant. O'Connor had been a carpenter, but became a farmer after settling in Nebraska. He represented

South Sioux City, NE Museums

Ernest A. Calling House

Ernest A. Calling, a pioneer businessman of Gothenburg, hired L.J. Anderson to build this distinctive Queen Anne style home in 1907. Born in Klipp, Sweden, in 1870, Calling emigrated to the United States in 1889

Gothenburg, NE National Register

Minden Opera House

Minden Opera House was built in 1891 and featured plays and Monday night dances that drew traveling bands until entertainment events at the facility ceased in the late 1940'

Minden, NE Historic Buildings

McCook Carnegie Library

The McCook Library, listed on the National Historic Register

McCook, NE Carnegie Libraries