Three Fun Daytrips From Lincoln, NE
Seward, Nebraska
Located about 30 minutes west of Lincoln, this small town has a lot to explore. Boutiques, coffee shops, and bars line the downtown streets.
Seward is home to many local businesses, like Cafe on the Square. With plenty of parking, you can explore the entire district by foot.
On the edge of downtown you'll find Bottle Rocket Brewing Company. They are open Wednesday-Sunday and have food trucks on site every Friday.
Ashland, Nebraska
Located 25 miles east of Lincoln, Ashland looks like the quintessential small midwest town. The downtown boasts brick streets and many old buildings.
Ashland also hosts its fair share of small businesses. Salt Creek Mercantile has its own line of candles, home decor and furniture.
Make sure to stop by the local winery Cellar 426. The views are stellar and the wine is even better. Try the sangria if you like white wine!
Brownville, Nebraska
An hour south of Lincoln brings you to this adorable town. The main street is half businesses, half historic buildings turned into museums.
You can visit the old post office or the old car shop. There are several boutiques, a coffee shop, restaurant and a winery as well.
Make sure to plan time to visit nearby Indian Cave State Park. It sits on the edge of the Missouri River and offers amazing views, hiking and camping.
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