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Grand Island Little Theater - Providing quality community theater to Grand Island and the surrounding area since 1960. Each show is proudly presented in the Hornady-Marshall Theater at College Park.

Kearney Community Theatre - Since 1977, Kearney Community Theatre has served Kearney and South Central Nebraska with the best in live theatrical entertainment.

The Big Apple Fun Center - 36 lanes of bowling, Video and Redemption Games, Miniature Golf Courses, Go Karts, and more.

Hastings Museum - Home to the Lied IMAX Theatre and the J.M. McDonald Planetarium. The museum features three floors of natural history, Native American and pioneer artifacts, antique transportation exhibit, firearms collection, Kool-Aid exhibit and lots more.

Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer - A 200-acre multi-faceted complex designed in the manner of Scandinavian outdoor museums. In the Stuhr Building you will find helpful Visitors Services staff who will help you plan your time, exhibit space that features art and historical exhibits, a series of permanent exhibits on the second floor telling the story of the prairie pioneer, and our "Kidís Corner," space, with games, toys and great fun for younger visitors.

Museum of Nebraska Art - There is much to see and enjoy at the Museum of Nebraska Art. Experience 175 years of great art from the 19th century to the contemporary scene. In addition to the wide variety of art in its eleven galleries, visitors can relax and stroll through the outdoor sculpture garden, browse through the gift shop for one-of-a-kind gifts, or visit the children's gallery.

Trails & Rails Museum - Discover the history of Trails and Rails along the Great Platte River Road. Genealogists are on hand on Mondays from 1-4 p.m. to help with Archives List of records available.

Robert Henri Museum - The childhood home of Robert Henri, the famous artist. Henri's father, John J. Cozad designed it as a combination home and hotel to accommodate settlers that arrived on the train until other lodging was available.

Children's Museum of Central Nebraska - Where children play to learn, and grown-ups learn to play! Exhibits features Construction Zone, Grocery Store, Vet's Office, Hospital/Doctor's Office, and more.

Hastings Community Theatre - For over 50 years, Hastings Community Theatre has offered some of the best entertainment in the area, and we're continuing the tradition!

Island Oasis Water Park - Two 60-foot high Speed Slides, Sand Volleyball, Kids Otter Slide, 350,000 gallon Wave Pool and more.

Plainsman Museum - Features an extensive collection depicting Plains history with exhibits, murals and mosaics. Agricultural museum features a homestead house, farm scene, barn and blacksmith shop.

Nebraska Prairie Museum - Contains an exceptionally fine collection of over one acre of indoor exhibits. Once inside, you get a feeling of spaciousness as you view collections of period clothing, antique toys, farm equipment, tools and household items, a unique W.W.II German POW exhibit room, and much more!

Pioneer Village - Here within 20 acres, are over 50,000 pieces of Americana in 26 buildings. Many of the buildings were plucked from their country settings and restored here. Modern display halls hold selected treasures.

Edgerton Explorit Center - Named after Dr. Harold "Doc" Edgerton who is listed by National Geographic Magazine as one of the fifteen most influential inventors of the Industrial Revolution (Strobe Light & Side-Scan Sonar), the Edgerton Explorit Center offers a 5,000 square foot gallery of more than 40 hands-on exhibits.

The Frank House - The Frank House is the historic home on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. The home's museum status supports the University goals for outreach and engagement.

Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles - The museum has about 100 vehicles including helicopters, tanks, half-tracks, ambulances, and a jeep from every branch of the service plus displays of weapons, uniforms, engines, equipment, and more.

Kearney Area Children's Museum - From the Dinosaur Era to the Space Age, the Science Zone is a wonderland for kids who want to have fun and learn more about the world around them.

The Archway - The gateway to the west for the 12,000 vehicles that pass under it daily. The Archway has 79,000 square feet of historical exhibits that tell the story of the Platte River Road. This road linked the nation from east to west through the evolution of transportation and communication.

Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center - Encompasses 250 acres of prime river habitat. The center offers a close-up viewing of wetland wildlife. Visitors can see turtles, ducks, turkey, deer, coyote and many other species.

Nebraska Firefighters Museum & Education Center - A statewide project that will provide the honor and recognition that is due to Nebraska's firefighters.