2019 Nebraska Passport Program

NORTHEAST NEBRASKA – State tourism officials have announced the 2019 stops for the popular Nebraska Passport program.

The passport unveiled Monday features 70 attractions including restaurants, museums, coffee shops and state parks. It was created to draw Nebraskans and out-of-state tourists to different parts of the state, where they can collect stamps and earn prizes.

Northeast Nebraska area locations include Johnnie Byrd Brewing Company in Wayne, The Neligh Mill State Historic Site, John G. Neihardt State Historic Site in Bancroft, Magnolias Home Decor & Design in Norfolk, the Hive & LemonDrop Boutique in Bloomfield, Cottontail Vintage in Clarkson, Niobrara State Park and J’s Place in Pierce.

Travelers have from May 1st through September 30th to get stamps at the attractions. Passports will be available at participating stops or can be pre-ordered at NebraskaPassport.com.

Neligh Mill State Historic Site. Courtesy: History Nebraska
John G. Neihardt State Historic Site in Bancroft. Courtesy: Travel Nebraska
Magnolias Home Decor & Design in Norfolk. Courtesy: Facebook/Magnolias Home Decor & Design
The Hive & LemonDrop Boutique in Bloomfield. Courtesy: Facebook/The Hive & LemonDrop Boutique
Cottontail Vintage in Clarkson. Courtesy: Facebook/Cottontail Vintage
Niobrara State Park. Courtesy: Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
J’s Place in Pierce. Courtesy: J’s Place Website
Johnnie Byrd Brewing Company in Wayne. Courtesy: Facebook/Johnnie Byrd Brewing Company