Say hello to Nebraska and the heart of the Great Plains. Many may think it's just nothing but farmland, but there's simply so much more: from incredible landscapes to exceptional cultural attractions, Nebraska has it all. What's even better is that you're given the space to explore the state as you please. Drink pop and inspect trains at Cody Park in North Platte, explore the gorgeous Toadstool Geologic Park, and have some of the best steak of your life in Omaha. Nebraska surprises at every turn. Now, start searching for hotels in Nebraska, because it's time to see what this state brings to the table.
The Nebraska Panhandle in the western part of the state is highlighted by the intriguing Scotts Bluff National Monument, an expansive natural area defined by rock formations rising up out of flat land. Nearby there is Chimney Rock National Historic Site, which features a 320-foot tall sandstone formation. Central Nebraska is where you can explore sights like the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument in Kearney and Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer in Grand Island. Eastern Nebraska is the most populated area of the Cornhusker State. Lincoln, home to the University of Nebraska and points of interest such as the marvelous Nebraska State Capitol and pristine Sunken Gardens, is a bustling city. Omaha is also in the region and has lots of attractions, notably the Henry Doorly Zoo and Old Market, an awesome area to shop and dine in. Nebraska resorts are scattered throughout the state, and with many in the countryside, they all offer a great getaway for every palate.
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Hotels in Nebraska start at $42 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.