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Chimney Rock in the Panhandle region of Nebraska

Nebraska Hotels, Attractions and More

Sure, Nebraska has prairies, but don't let images of land stretching to meet the horizon limit your vision of what else this state has to offer. For the traveler who appreciates the quirky, there are such sites as Carhenge, a Nebraska variation on the famed Stonehenge, and for visitors who prefer the historical mixed in with their vacation time, markers noting the Trail of Tears and other Native American landmarks can be found throughout the state.

Ashfall Fossil Beds State
Historic Park

Look closely at this image, and you'll see ribcages of animals from twelve million years ago. After a volcanic eruption, ash blanketed the region. Eating the ash killed the animals, but preserved such specimens as the giraffe-like camel and the giant tortoise.
Ashfall Fossil Beds State 
Historic Park

A room at Hilton Omaha in Nebraska

Hotels in Omaha
Along with Malcolm X's birthsite, Omaha boasts a variety of attractions and luxury hotels. If you are planning an Omaha vacation, make sure to review these hotel descriptions, ratings and photos before reserving a room.

Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium

This Omaha attraction is not only the largest zoo in the world, but it is home to about 17,000 animals of 964 species. A crowd favorite is the Lied Jungle indoor rainforest, but our favorite is the Kingdoms of the Night exhibit, which features the world's largest indoor swamp and nocturnal exhibit.
The Henry Doorly Zoo's Lied Jungle

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