Looking for a different view of the Cornhusker State? There are plenty of guided tour options that will take you around Nebraska’s most famous landmarks, eateries, breweries, and wineries. Whether you’re a visitor or a long-time resident, rest assured that one of these great guided tours will fit your taste!
If you’re a foodie then don’t miss a tour through the unique neighborhoods of Omaha and sample the city’s best local eateries. The Omaha Culinary Tours group offers both walking and bus tours for visitors to get to know the city one bite at a time.
For a real adventure, book an Elk and Buffalo Tour just eight miles southwest of Niobrara State Park and get up close and personal with these incredible animals native to the area. You’ll move about in a covered wagon and experience a day like a true pioneer.
Looking for a fun way to explore Omaha’s history Old Market district? Then book a ride on a giant 16-passenger bike provided by Omaha Patio Ride. You and all of your friends can make your way through all of the coolest bars in the area.
Pedal out life’s stresses on board Lincoln’s first and only 15-seat passenger powered bicycle that tours around the city. Whether you’re celebrating with friends or out for an office retreat, you’ll end the tour feeling happy and reenergized!
To find out what’s brewing in Omaha, book a ticket and hop on board the Omaha Brew Bus. This fun guided tour makes a stop at all of the top breweries where you’ll get to learn about what goes on behind the scenes and what goes into making a delicious craft beer.
Make your way to the Hornady Plant in Grand Island where top engineers have been producing bullets and ammunition for over half a century. This unique tour runs every day of the week and offers an overview of the interesting manufacturing process at this long-time Nebraska business.
For an unforgettable tour of Omaha, don’t miss an opportunity to climb aboard the River City Star Riverboat. Public cruises make their way to the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge and all along the Omaha Riverfront for spectacular views of the city skyline.
If you’re a Nebraskan, then a tour of the Capitol Building in Lincoln needs to be on your bucket list. Guided tours will take you around the grounds of the historic building that was constructed in 1867.
The Joslyn Castle might be the only official castle in the state of Nebraska, so it’s definitely worth a visit. Guided tours take place on the first and third Sunday of each month and take you both inside and all around the majestic castle grounds.