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You may not know it yet, but Nebraska’s vacation possibilities are truly endless. Whether you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast getaway, an action packed outdoor adventure, a family friendly jaunt through history, or something else entirely, Nebraska has it.

Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers, pioneers and Plains Native Americans. Discover wildlife from the prairie and from around the world. Get in touch with the area's rich cultural heritage at one of the many summer festivals. Tap into the state's natural wonders and sleep out under the stars. Whether it’s Lewis and Clark, the panhandle, the sandhills, or frontier trail that strikes your fancy you’re sure to find it in Nebraska.

While in Nebraska make sure to check out the amazing Corn Palace, a must see attraction where all the murals are made out of corn and husks.

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