YORK – The Clayton Museum of Ancient History and Lee’s Legendary Marbles and Collectibles have been chosen as designated stops in this year’s Nebraska Passport program.
Having two destinations in this area means more visitors to York County as they fulfill the quest to visit as many of the chosen stops as possible during the “tourism season” in Nebraska.
State tourism officials announced the 2019 stops this week, which will feature 70 attractions including restaurants, museums, coffee shops and state parks. It was created to draw Nebraskans and out-of-state tourists to different parts of the state, where they can collect stamps and earn prizes.
Travelers have from May 1 through Sept. 30 to get stamps at the attractions. Passports will be available at participating stops or can be pre-ordered at NebraskaPassport.com.
Participants are also encouraged to download the Nebraska Passport app to collect digital stamps. Those who used the app last year will need to download an update on or after May 1.
The program is now in its 10th year.
In the past, other York County destinations have also been chosen as part of the Passport program – including Wessels Living History Farm and Heritage Park in Henderson.