Do you enjoy traveling around Nebraska but have no idea where to start? The Nebraska Passport provides 70 different ideas. Although this program covers the state, I tend to start with the Nebraska Eastern half locations. Since these places are closer to my home, I am able to make it to many of them even if I only a half a day to travel. In the summer edition of the Lincoln Kids Newspaper, I promised to write a post listing all of these eastern locations. I hope that this list of the 2018 Nebraska Passport Lincoln Area places will be helpful. All of the links go to the organization’s Facebook pages. That seems to be the best way to find out current hours and information. Please comment below if you have gone to any of these locations during the 2018 season!
2018 Nebraska Passport Lincoln Sites
These 4 locations are located inside of the Lincoln City limits.
Update: I recently visited the “Rabbit Hole Bakery” with a friend and was definitely impressed. Someday I will go back again to try more of their delicious desserts!
2018 Nebraska Passport Sites in Omaha
(Update: I wrote review posts about the current Durham Exhibits – American Adventure 1607 and Fighting for the Right to Fight: African Americans in World War 2
Both exhibits are at the Durham through mid-July)
The Passageway Gallery (found in the Old Market area)
Zio’s Pizza (also known as Zio’s Pizzeria) Old Market location only
2018 Nebraska Passport Lincoln Area – Northeast Locations
Bellevue: Fontenelle Forest
Fremont: Milady Coffeehouse at the May Brothers Building
Greenwood Platte Valley Antique Mall
Hooper: Iron Horse Food and Spirits
Louisville: Feathers (Also known as Coop de Ville and Feathers)
Tekamah: Master’s Hand (Chocolate Shop, Boutique Store, Tea Room)
2018 Nebraska Passport Lincoln Area – Western Locations
Aurora: Plainsman Museum
Seward: Bottle Rocket Brewing
2018 Nebraska Passport Lincoln Area -Southeast Locations
Beatrice: Black Crow Restaurant
Fairbury: Rock Creek Station State Historical Park
Nebraska City: Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure
Nebraska City: Wildwood Historic Center