A - Z Books is the largest bookstore in Lincoln and Denver, but it has been operating in North Platte for more than 20 years, since opening in a rundown old building in the heart of downtown. The store is located on the corner of South Main Street and Main Avenue and sells used books, both paperbacks and hardback books. A-Z Books, a small, independent bookstore specializing in children's and adult books, has transformed the dilapidated old buildings into an art center for art lovers who don't miss art centers. Located on the north side of North Park Street, north of Interstate 80, the hotel is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 10 a.m. to midnight on Saturday.
Watch a movie or one of the four main stage productions at North Platte Community Playhouse. Every year the CVB maintains a full programme of concerts, plays, films, concerts and other events and this year brings four performances to Northern Hesse. To learn more about these performances, please send an email to (713) 784-5555 or email the theater director or the director's office at [email protected] for more information.
Theater at the North Platte Community Playhouse, 715 N. Main St., North Platte, Neb. (713 - 784 - 5555) for more information about the events and activities of the CVB.
Theater at the North Platte Community Playhouse, 715 N. Main St. (713 - 784 - 5555) for more information about the events and activities of the CVB.
Dewey Street from Highway 83 to the east side of the North Platte County Courthouse at the corner of Dewey and Main Streets and from the north end of Main Street to the west side to be on Dewney Street on Highway 83.
Many of the sports items have display cases and much of it is from Cornhusker items from Nebraska. There are bespoke gift baskets with Nebraska football, basketball, baseball, football and basketball jerseys as well as other sporting goods and apparel.
Those who love what is shown can also buy special memorabilia that recall his time in North Platte. A large statue of life donated by Britain to North Korea is surrounded by photos of the Wild West show, which has toured abroad and US states.
Roadside stalls are a bit unpopular these days, but the Fort Cody Trading Post is widely known as a good value. Located on the west side of North Platte, just a few miles south of downtown, the hotel is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On the edge is a weed path with abandoned shops and warehouses and a large parking lot with lots of parking.
It was here that Buffalo Bill was born in 1882 with his rodeo as Old Glory Blowout and later, when he was not on the road, hosted his Wild West show. During World War II, the city was famous for the North Platte canteen, and the Lincoln County Historical Museum has an exhibit describing the 6.5 million servants it welcomed. The town and surrounding towns and other towns and villages in the area met with troop flocks that drove through the northern plateau, offering coffee, sandwiches and hospitality. Today, freight trains only serve as freight trains to and from North Platte (without giving reasons), but they are still a popular destination for tourists.
Buffalo Bill State Historic Park, also known as Buffalo Bills Scout Rest Ranch, is located 4 miles northwest of US 30 on BuffaloBill Avenue. Dusty Trails offers families the opportunity to ride horses in the area, and young women from many ranching families compete in many events, including riding for the Miss Rodeo Nebraska title. Buffalo Bills State Historic Park, also known as Scout Rest Ranch.
The most important way to get to North Platte is Interstate 80, which runs from east to west. If you're not careful, you'll pay the high gas price on Interstate. Lincoln is three hours east of I-80, Cheyenne is 3 hours west of I / 80 and Denver is 4 hours west of I, 80 or I 76. You can fill up at any gas station, gas station or grocery store in the area, but you can't drive more than a few kilometers east or west of the highway.
You will most likely find your way to North Platte either from Omaha or Cheyenne or from Denver or Denver, Colorado.
There is a lot more in this area than you might know and it offers a family friendly experience. Find restaurants, shops, restaurants and other interesting things to do in North Platte, as well as some of the best hiking trails in the country.
Most people come to North Platte by car, but you can explore the city on the roads, highways and an extensive network of roads. Activities include hiking, cycling, hiking, mountain biking and other outdoor activities. Drive to the side entrance where you will find parking for visitors, or walk from the parking lot to one of the many public parks and hiking trails in the area.