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Tourist Attractions

Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo
Swing the world’s largest indoor rainforest viewing thundering waterfalls, exotic plants and animals, then watch sharks and stingrays swim beside you as you walk through a 70 foot underwater tunnel in the Scott Aquarium. Also visit North America’s largest Cat Complex, a four-acre open aviary, polar bears and over 4,500 exotic animals. The Zoo also boasts larger-than-life movies on the Lozier IMAX Theater, with a screen as tall as six elephants. Additional Information: Henry Doorly Zoo, 3701 South 10th St., Omaha, NE 68107-2200. Phone: 402-733-8401

Visit Cabela’s, a world renown sporting goods megastore selling outdoor equipment of every sort from fishing and hunting and backpacking at this huge 62,000 sq. ft. store. View it’s more than 500 mounted wildlife specimens found around the world and an 8,000-gallon aquarium with fish from Nebraska. Additional Information: Cabela’s, 115 Cabela Drive, Sidney, NE 69162. Phone: 308-254-7889

Strategic Air Command Museum (SAC)
This multi-million, dollar facility boasts numerous military aircraft; interactive children’s gallery, a permanent restoration center, research library, 200-seat theater and a traveling exhibit area. Located near Ashland, in eastern Nebraska, I-80 exit 426, this facility comprised of 300,000 square feet houses 33 aircraft, six missiles and more than 4, 000 artifacts. The highlight of the museum, the SR-71 Blackbird a craft that has the ability to fly more than three times the speed of sound, greets the visitors in the glass atrium entryway. Additional Information: Strategic Air Command Museum, PO Box 70, South Bend, NE 68058-0070. Location address: 28210 W. Park Hwy, Ashland, NE Phone: 402-944-3100

Harold Warp Pioneer Village
The story of how America grew, view more than 20,000 historic items from every field of human endeavor, including 350 antique autos, extensive collection of pioneer memorabilia tracing man’s progress since 1830 are displayed in 28 buildings on 20 acres. Authentic originals arranged in their order of development, all mechanical items in operating condition, some run with the push of a button. Located at Minden, in south central Nebraska, US 6, 34 &10, twelve miles south of I-80 at exit 279 this display is so well arranged in chronological order of development that is can all be seen by walking less than a mile. Additional Information: Harold Warp Pioneer Village, US Hwys 6, 34 & NE 10, Minden, NE 68959 Phone: 800-445-4447

Arbor Lodge State Historical Park
This beautiful estate in Nebraska City was home to J. Sterling Morton, founder of Arbor Day. “Other holidays repose upon the past. Arbor Day proposes for the future.” Mr. Morton was an editor, farmer, legislator, Nebraska territorial secretary and US secretary of agriculture. From its beginning in 1855 as a four-room frame house, the magnificent mansion grew to 52 rooms through several remodeling. Authentic furnishings grace the rooms and displays capture the life and times of this exceptional man. Additional Information: Arbor Lodge SHP, PO Box 15, Nebraska City, NE 68410. Phone: 402-873-7222