TYPES OF CASINOS IN NEBRASKA
There are four Casinos in Nebraska located on Native American Reservations. These four casinos are all run by Native American tribes and all offer Class II gaming machines. Though these gaming machines have spinning wheels and the appearance of slot machines, they are in reality just games of bingo.
Nebraska’s Indian casinos are not required to provide payback percentages on gaming machines to the public.
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All the casinos in Nebraska are located on the east side of the state. There are no casinos in Omaha, Nebraska, and there are no casinos in Lincoln. The closest casino would be Native Star Casino, it is located about 90 miles North in Winnebago, Nebraska.
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TOP THINGS TO DO IN NEBRASKA
Although Nebraska is often overlooked as a travel destination by tourists, it is a state filled with warm-hearted people, fascinating natural attractions, and vibrant cities to explore. You can explore cities like Lincoln and Omaha which are filled with historic areas to visit and both feature vibrant cultural scenes not to miss. There are many interesting attractions you can visit in Nebraska and some of them are listed below.
This is a mesmerizing 1.5-acre fragrant garden that was constructed in 1930 as a project for unemployed men in the depression era before it grew into one of the top parks in Lincoln. If you are lucky to be in the city during the springtime, you can enjoy miles of colorful tulips and daffodils. The garden also features a cascading waterfall and two reflecting pools. There are numerous sculptures surrounding the blooms and a dome which was designed by architect Jeffrey Chadwick and is made up of laser cut panels that represent the four seasons of Lincoln.
Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
This facility houses the largest indoor desert, nocturnal exhibit, and indoor jungle in the world. The best part of the zoo is that it also features an aquarium which makes it one of the top family-friendly destinations in Nebraska. The exhibits in the zoo are largely interactive and engaging. You can have a close-up interaction with the stingrays as they swim or you can go riding on a camel. After you are done exploring the zoo, you can head to the Lozier IMAX 3D theater where you can watch movies.
Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland
This museum is a perfect place to go if you are a fan of aircraft and aviation technology. The museum is located in Ashland between Omaha and Lincoln. It was originally opened in 1959 and called the Strategic Air Command and it then moved to its current located in 1998. The museum covers more than 300,000 square feet and displays a variety of spacecraft, airplanes, and special exhibits which change on a regular basis. You can also visit the planetarium that is onsite which features seasonal astronomy shows and motion rides where you get the feeling of being in a helicopter and riding a roller coaster.
Golden Spike Tower in North Platte
This tower offers tourists the chance to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Bailey Yard which is officially certified as the largest railroad yard in the world. The yard houses over 150 trains and more than 10,000 rail cars enter this yard every day. The highlight of the yard is the tower which is enclosed in glass which allows visitors to enjoy stunning views of the Platte River valley. You can also go to the visitor center located at the base of the tower which displays a variety of Union Pacific memorabilia.
Scotts Bluff National Monument
You can easily see this imposing natural structure far across the western Nebraska prairies. This national monument was used as a landmark by the Native Americans that lived in the area and then by travelers that passed by in the mid-19th century. It was founded in 1919 and has gone through numerous renovations over the years. You can explore the winding road which leads to higher elevations and houses three tunnels. The monument is also filled with numerous hiking trails that lead to stunning viewpoints out over the countryside that surrounds it.
This is among the top attractions in Nebraska and it resembles the popular Stonehenge but it was built with automobiles. Located in Alliance, it features 39 cars that are arranged in various positions on the prairie grasslands so that it looks like the real Stonehenge. The summer solstice event happens here just like it does in England. There are also unique works on site apart from the Carhenge like the metal fish that is shown emerging from the ground.
Indian Cave State Park
At this park, you will find fascinating petroglyphs that show nature scenes and wildlife on the walls of the cave. The park has picturesque scenery and can be found on the banks of the Missouri River. It is a great spot for camping. You are also going to find lots of diverse and fascinating hiking trails around the park that you can explore like the Ridge and the Lincoln Bend Wetlands.