Experience the vitality and charm of Nebraska City
Although best known for our lush fall foliage and apple harvests, you can experience the splendor of Arbor Day’s hometown year-round. In search of a sun-filled vacation for the whole family or a cozy getaway for two? Nebraska City is a great destination filled with rich history, intriguing sights, and renowned festivals.
Peruse these pages for the best of the area’s eclectic shops, cafes, wineries, recreation activities, and world-class lodging opportunities.
Are you a history buff?
Nebraska City has 11 museums for you to choose from – from Civil War to Victorian Manor!
Do you like adventure?
Climb a 50-foot tree-house, or walk in the shoes of Lewis and Clark on their epic expedition.
There’s a little something for everyone in Nebraska City, so Take Your Pick.
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Getting around like a native:
We've heard it seems like nearly everything in Nebraska City is named Lodge or Arbor something er other. Here's the scoop. Arbor Lodge is the historic mansion that was the home of J. Sterling Morton, founder of Arbor Day. Lied Lodge is the modern hotel and conference center where you can dine and sleep in style.
When navigating the streets of Nebraska City, Central Avenue (or Main Street, as the locals call it) is the main road running east and west through the center of town. 11th Street is the main road running north and south through the center of town. Avenues run parallel to Central and are numbered progressively higher as you head north from Central. Corsos run parallel to Central and are numbered progressively higher as you head sounth from Central. We've been told corso means avenue or main street in Italian.