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Since 2019, Nebraska’s slogan has been “Honestly, it’s not for everyone.” This is because for a long time, this was the state least visited by tourists in the US. As you might have guessed from the tongue-in-cheek slogan, though, its government has been recently working on a rebranding campaign. You may come to this quiet, unassuming state expecting to see wheat fields and prairies, but it’s Nebraska’s witty people you’ll remember. Book your car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel for a seamless trip.
Guide to Nebraska
Nebraska is a Midwestern state that consists of two main regions. The first is the Great Plains, one of North America’s distinguishing geographical features. The second is the Dissected Till Plains, which are flatlands with a couple of gentle hills. Agriculture is the main occupation, with the primary crops being corn and wheat.
Climate in Nebraska
Most experts agree that Nebraska has either a humid continental or humid subtropical climate. Arguably, parts of the state border with Colorado are semiarid. Summer lasts between May and September, and the rains are heaviest in June or July. The best time to visit is in autumn (mid-September) when the heat subsides.
Roman Catholics comprise the largest religious group in the state. Nebraska’s culture is characterized by religiosity and traditional Midwestern hospitality.
Things to Do in Nebraska
You may have tried kayaking, canoeing, and yachting, but what about tanking? To go tanking, all you need is a couple of friends and a large livestock tank. Most of Nebraska’s rivers have tanking facilities, but we’d recommend Get Tanked, which operates on the Cedar River.
Appreciate some modern art
In 1987, a Nebraskan man called Jim Reinders decided to build a unique memorial for his deceased father. What he built was basically a replica of Stonehenge; only, it was made of cars. The monument, dubbed Carhenge, is not only a beautiful piece of modernist architecture but also a reminder of the importance of recycling. Carhenge, and a couple of other sculptures made from car parts, is located near Alliance.
Visit Omaha’s famous zoo
The Henry Doorly Zoo houses a wide variety of animals, each placed in an enclosure resembling its natural habitat. This zoo has the largest indoor rainforest, desert, and aquarium in the world. Prepare to feel transported to the steppes of Central Asia or the jungles of the Amazon.
Eating out in Nebraska
Nebraska has quite a few dining options. Brother Sebastian’s Steakhouse and Winery, in Omaha, feels like the interior of a Spanish monastery, complete with gentle yellow lighting, rustic murals, and tables that look like church benches. Beanies Sports Bar and Cafe, in Litchfield, could very easily be the place you went to for pies and fried chicken while at college.
For more fine dining, visit Au Courant Regional Kitchen, an Omaha restaurant that offers a six-course tasting menu and a New European aesthetic. The Flippin Sweet, in Kearney, serves excellent pies too, though it’s best known for its make-it-yourself pizzas.
Within the state, the best way to get around is by car, though some cities do have decent public transportation systems. The most popular car rental agencies in Nebraska include Enterprise and Budget.