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Reasons to Book Cheap Nebraska Flights

Nebraska features a typical Midwestern climate with big extremes between the four seasons- cold winters and hot summers. The best time to visit the US state of Nebraska is of fall that is followed by a short window of early summer. From September to the end of October, the weather cools off and the rain is infrequent and thus ideal to get outdoors. One can also visit the state from late May to June as the humidity is not elevated yet.

Popular Destinations in Nebraska


Omaha is a city in the U.S. state of Nebraska, on the Missouri River close to the Iowa border. A stop on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, it's known for its pioneer history, museums and cultural centers. The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium spearheads conservation work and features a big cat complex as well as indoor jungle, rainforest and desert habitats.


Lincoln is an emerging entertainment destination in northeastern Nebraska with a vast number of attractions. Families will enjoy destinations such as Antelope Park, featuring the Lincoln Children’s Zoo, a play center, golf course, trail system, and more. Sunken Gardens, which can also found in this park, is a stunning terraced garden with paved pathways, a waterfall, a reflecting pond, and an ornate gazebo. There are also various outdoor activities at the Branched Oak State Recreation Area, including swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, and an equestrian campground. The Aardvark Antique Mall, Abbott Motocross Park, and the Roca Berry Farm are a few of the city’s other must-see highlights.


Norfolk offers a small-town vibe with big city attractions, shopping, recreation, and festivals. Enjoy leisurely activities such as antiquing, exploring 200 fossils at the Ashfall Fossil Beds, or walking along the historic Cowboy Trail. Visitors can relax and have fun in the great outdoors with activities like geocaching, kayaking, canoeing, golfing, and biking the Maskenthine Lake Bike Trails. They can immerse themselves in local culture at the Elkhorn Valley and Madison County museums or revel in the beauty of the Norfolk Arts Center. Kids will have fun playing mini golf at the Willow Creek Recreation Area, or splashing the day away at the Memorial Aquaventure Waterpark.

Popular Festivals and Events

Crane Watch Festival, Kearney

Proclaimed as the Sandhill Crane Capital of the World, Kearney welcomes more than 80% percent of the world’s population of sandhill cranes traveling from southern wintering grounds to northern breeding grounds in Canada, Alaska and Siberia. Celebrating their stop along the Platte to rest and gain body fat before they continue their journey, the sandhill cranes are the focus of this popular event that also features fun-filled, educational, family activities including the Miss Crane Watch Festival Pageant, entertainment and community wide events taking place in Kearney, Minden, and Gibbon. late March

Arbor Day Celebration, Nebraska City

One of the top 15 Nebraska events and festivals, celebrated each year on the last Friday in April, every state has their own Arbor Day, a celebration of tree planters around the world that encourages tree planting and care. It is a celebration that is particularly important to Nebraska because the event originated in Nebraska where it was founded by J Sterling Morton in 1872. Citywide, the event includes children's activities and live entertainment, a Family Fun Festival at Wildwood Historic Center, a parade and a 5K trail run. late April

Buffalo Commons Storytelling Festival, McCook

This award-winning festival brings nationally-known storytellers, poets and musicians to the stage in celebration of ordinary people living extraordinary lives. Usually held the first weekend after Memorial Day each year, the festival is organized by the Buffalo Commons Storytelling Committee which falls within the umbrella of the McCook Arts Council. Also, under the auspices of the event, there is a story book project to raise stories, publish them on the Internet and eventually in a book. late May – early June