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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Nebraska hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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When the Gold Rush of 1848 beckoned travelers to “strike it rich,” they stopped in Nebraska for supplies before the grueling travels westward. Those who stayed behind found riches of a different kind with the fertile agricultural areas, great for growing corn and raising Nebraskan corn-fed beef.
Visit Omaha, home of Omaha Steaks, for all the amenities of a modern city: the Durham Museum and Joslyn Art Museum, fine dining, performing arts, boutique shopping and a beautiful botanical center at Lauritzen Gardens. While here explore Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo to see opposite habitats: an indoor desert under a geodesic dome with wildlife from three arid areas around the world and the Lied Jungle with plants and animals in a rainforest environment. Attend the NCAA College World Series for exciting baseball competition every June.
In the state capital of Lincoln, ride to the top of the 400-foot-tall (122-meter) Capitol Building for panoramic views of the city and flat lands stretching off to the horizon. Stroll across the grounds of the University of Nebraska and watch the Cornhuskers play Big Ten college football in Memorial Stadium. Visit Pioneers Park Nature Center to see raptors and bison, hike miles of trails or let the kids experience some environmental education of outdoor play time. Find more for the kids at Lincoln Children’s Museum, Lincoln Children’s Zoo and the unique National Museum of Roller Skating.
Be in Kearney in March to see sandhill cranes on the Platte River, an annual stop on their migration path northward. Register for Audubon's Nebraska Crane Festival to participate in seminars and guided field trips. See more cranes at Buffalo Bill Historical Park. Learn about Bill Cody, the colorful character who created Buffalo Bill Cody’s Wild West carnival show that became a global sensation.
Finish your trip to Nebraska with a bit of relaxation with 17 friends in perhaps the World’s Largest Porch Swing in Hebron.
A: If you'd love to explore the delights of the region of Douglas County, renting a set of wheels is an awesome idea. You'll have the flexibility and freedom to head off whenever you want, when you want. With our handy guide to Cheap Car Hire in Nebraska, you'll be driving along the highway before you know it. If your vacation's all about experiencing the well-known cities of Omaha or Lincoln, public transportation (or ride-share services) may be your best bet.
A: From luxurious options to those that are more simple, there's plenty of choice. Many travelers enjoy relaxing and unwinding in hotels. Other common places to stay in Nebraska are motels, bed & breakfasts and apart-hotels.
A: Everything from hotels to cars to flights. You can book just one or two or bundle the lot. Expedia also has a large selection of experiences and activities to make your Nebraska vacation even more unforgettable.
A: Book a package deal with Expedia. It's really that simple. Flights, Hotels, Rental Cars — choose what you need for your Nebraska escape and watch your savings add up. It's time to start organizing your dream vacation (and save yourself a pretty penny at the same time).
A: To start, you could go to Creighton University and University of Nebraska-Omaha. If you'll be in Omaha for a few more days, Henry Doorly Zoo is another favorite among travelers.
If you decide to base your vacation in Lincoln, it's worth visiting University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Memorial Stadium. You'll also have lots of fun at Nebraska State Capitol.
Or, for something a little different, find out why Heartland Events Center, Fonner Park and Hastings College are much-loved attractions for those traveling to Grand Island.
*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.com from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.
Nice place to spend the night. COVID has everyone in a mes but the staff is doing a good job of making the trip as good as possible.
It was clean and adequate. I appreciated that we could do laundry during the covid restrictions. The breakfast was meager, more like a snack of a granola bar and water.
The property was very clean and orderly. Unfortunately, due to national overblown reaction to China Virus, there was no breakfast offerings and there was no coffee maker in the room. Staff was friendly.
Great property, wonderful room, nice front desk staff, terrific location, stellar food nearby ( The Oven and The Mill)!
Covid made our stay much less enjoyable since there was no hot breakfast, no m
The hotel smelled and looked new so I was surprised to learn it was 5 years old. Our room was super comfortable and the staff was very friendly.
Nice property with nice rooms close to downtown. Easy check in and out, with ample parking