Attractions

Top Choice Park in Nebraska Panhandle

Scotts Bluff National Monument

Scotts Bluff has been a beacon to travelers for centuries. Rising 800ft above the flat plains of western Nebraska, it was an important waypoint on the Oregon Trail in the mid-19th century. You can still see wagon ru…
Top Choice Monument in Nebraska Panhandle

Agate Fossil Beds National Monument

Some 20 million years ago, this part of Nebraska was like the Serengeti in Africa today: a gathering place for a rich variety of creatures. Today the bones of thousands of these ancient mammals are found at this iso…
Natural Feature in Nebraska Panhandle

Chimney Rock National Historic Site

Centuries-old bluff formations rise up from the horizon, their striking presence a visual link connecting modern-day travelers with their pioneer forebears. One of these links is Chimney Rock, located inside the Chi…
Historic Site in Nebraska Panhandle

Fort Robinson State Park

This old military fort's turbulent past belies its stately appearance today: Crazy Horse was killed here in 1877, 'buffalo soldier' African American brigades were formed, it was a POW camp for Germans, and more. The…
Museum in Nebraska Panhandle

Museum of the Fur Trade

Get a feel for the tough lives led by early settlers at this idiosyncratic museum. The best part is the reconstructed sod-roofed trading post where pelts were swapped for guns, blankets and whiskey from 1837 to 1876…