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Rent a Charter Bus in Lexington, Nebraska and Check Out the City's Sites

Located within Dawson County, Lexington is home to more than 10,000 people. Visit the city with a charter bus in Lexington, Nebraska from

A charter bus in Lexington, Nebraska can ensure comfortable, convenient and luxurious travel for you and your group. So be sure to get one as soon as you finalize your trip.

Arts & Culture

Check out the Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles, where you have around 100 tanks, helicopters, jeeps, ambulance, halftracks and other vehicles, as well as uniforms, weapons, engines and other similar military exhibits. Or you might want to watch the productions staged by Plum Creek Players Theater Group.

And if you are in the city in July, you might want to visit the Dawson County Fairgrounds to see if the county fair is on. The county fair has livestock exhibits, shooting sports, musical entertainments, a variety of animal shows and other events. And if you are a month early, remember that the Plum Creek Rodeo is held every June.

Restaurants & Shopping

Lexington is known as the Antique Center of Nebraska and as you would expect there are a lot of antique shops here that would allow you to find that elusive vintage stuff that would complete or augment your collection. Some of the best sellers are Hofaker's Antiques, Bargain John's Antiques, Leif's Antiques, and Memories. Speaking of antiques, you should attend the Labor Day Antiques and Crafts Extravaganza, a flea market that has sellers from other states as well.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Dawson County Courthouse is a beaux arts building that was designed by William F. Gernandt and built in the 1910s. The Bedford limestone building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places with contributing properties such as other buildings on the block and a statue of the Grand Army of the Republic. You also have the Ira Webster Olive House, which was built in the 1880s. The house was built by Harry H. Mills and sports a Victorian Queen Anne style.

On top of these nationally registered historic places, you should also see the century old houses all around the city that has been restored to their original states. Plus you can go to the Dawson County Historical Society to learn more about the culture and history of Dawson County.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

If you want to get fit, visit the Community Health and Fitness Center where you can enjoy a hiking and jogging track, exercise machines, and other offerings. Or enjoy the water at the Family Aquatic Center, where you can enjoy the water slide, zero depth pools, diving pool, lap pool, sand play areas, and sand volleyball court.

You can also visit Johnson Lake and have a great day fishing, boating, swimming, and sailing. Lexington is also a great place to discover wine. There are several vineyards that you could go to, including Mac's Creek Vineyards.

Then you have the parks in the city such as Arbor Park, Memorial Park, Pioneer Park, Plum Creek Park, and Oak Park. These parks give you the chance to have a picnic, enjoy the playground, play sports such as tennis, sand volleyball, volleyball, softball, baseball, soccer, and others.

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