Plainsman Museum receives its 1000th Nebraska Passport visitor of the year

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The Nebraska Passport Program is a unique effort on behalf of Nebraska Tourism to boost the attendance of businesses, museums, shops and more across the state. One objective of the statewide initiative is to get people out and about and visiting places that they may have never been to.
Covering the whole state of Nebraska, locations that have signed up for Nebraska Passport are listed on a map, categorized by type of attraction and then alphabetized by town.
Those who wish to be a part of the program don’t have to be from Nebraska and have the option to pick up booklets, or passports, at any of the stops.

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