2020 Nebraska Passport Program sees 11 Panhandle locations

Nebraska Passport Program to move back start date and end date (Source Nebraska Tourism Commission)
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LINCOLN, Neb. - (KNEP) - Nebraska Passport announces schedule changes along with the 70 locations you can visit this tourism season.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Nebraska Tourism Commission has moved the start date for the Passport Program from May 1st to May 23rd. They will also wrap up this year’s program on October 31st rather than the normal September 30th date. These dates are subject to change if needed.

Last year, the program generated $23.7 million in travel spending.

In total, 11 Panhandle locations made the cut for the 2020 program. They include:

Alliance:
Brewery 719
Steph’s Studio

Chadron:
Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center

Crawford:
Hudson-Meng Education & Research Center

Hemingford:
Village Pizza

Kimball:
Kimball Bakery/Merrycakes

Lewellen:
The Most Unlikely Place

Potter:
Potter Sundry

Scottsbluff:
Rosita’s Restaurant
Cappuccino & Company

Sidney:
French Door Antique Mall & Creative Boutique

Here is a list of all 70 locations:

Passport Stops (by town)
Brewery 719 (Alliance)
Steph’s Studio (Alliance)
BrewBakers Coffee House & Gifts (Arnold)
Cellar 426 Winery (Ashland)
Salt Creek Merchantile (Ashland)
Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum (Ashland)
Honeybees in the Heartland (Auburn)
Mignery Bronze Garden (Bartlett)
Tall Tree Tastings (Beatrice)
Our Specialtea (Blair)
Harmony Nursery & Daylily Farm (Bradshaw)
Bonfire Grill & Pub (Broken Bow)
Fort Hartsuff State Historical Park (Burwell)
Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center (Chadron)
Platte County Museum (Columbus)
242 House Restaurant & Bar (Cozad)
Hudson-Meng Education & Research Center (Crawford)
Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art (David City)
Rock Island Railroad Depot Museum & Jefferson County Historical Society (Fairbury)
The Tow Line Co (Fremont)
Genoa Indian School Interpretive Center (Genoa)
Pony Express Station Museum (Gothenburg)
Sin City Grill (Grand Island)
Bakers Candies (Greenwood)
Bigfoot Crossroads of America Museum & Research Center (Hastings)
One of the World’s Largest Covered Porch Swings (Hebron)
Village Pizza (Hemingford)
Henderson Mennonite Heritage Museum & Park (Henderson)
Lost Way Brewery (Holdrege)
Southeast Nebraska Cancer Memorial Garden (Humboldt)
Lavender Market & Lavender Littles (Imperial)
Barista’s Daily Grind on 2nd Ave (Kearney)
Nebraska Firefighters Museum & Education Center (Kearney)
Classic Car Collection (Kearney)
Fort Kearny State Historical Park (Kearney)
Kimball Bakery/Merrycakes (Kimball)
Beyond Golf – Bar + Kitchen (La Vista)
Nebraska Brewing Company (La Vista)
The Most Unlikely Place (Lewellen)
Gallery Nine (Lincoln)
International Quilt Museum (Lincoln)
Jilly’s Socks ‘n Such (Lincoln)
The Farmer’s Wife Boutique & Coffee Co. (Lindsey)
Faith’s BackRoad BBQ (Lynch)
The Madrid General Store (Madrid)
Mac’s Drive Inn (McCook)
Harold Warp Pioneer Village (Minden)
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail and Visitor Center (Nebraska City)
Tree Adventure at Arbor Day Farm (Nebraska City)
Niobrara State Park (Niobrara)
Simpler Thymes Flower Farm (Norfolk)
Pop Corner (North Platte)
Prairie Friends & Flowers (North Platte)
Double Dips Ice Creamery (North Platte)
Driftwood (Ogallala)
The Next Chapter (Omaha)
Mulhall’s Garden + Home (Omaha)
Lo Sole Mio Ristorante Italiano (Omaha)
Made in Omaha (Omaha)
Potter Sundry (Potter)
Branched Oak State Recreation Area (Raymond)
Rosita’s Restaurant (Scottsbluff)
Cappuccino & Company (Scottsbluff)
Chapters Books & Gifts (Seward)
French Door Antique Mall & Creative Boutique (Sidney)
Auntie D’s Gift & Coffee Shop (Valentine)
Bolo Beer Co. (Valentine)
AquaPop (Wayne)
Wilber Czech Museum (Wilber)
Chances “R” Restaurant & Lounge (York)