Sidney in Nebraska was named after Sidney Dillon, who was a former president of Union Pacific Railroad. The city is part of Cheyenne County and is home to more than 6,700 people. Get on a charter bus in Sidney, Nebraska and check out the many attractions of the city.
A charter bus in Sidney, Nebraska can easily accommodate 60 passengers and everyone will experience a comfortable and convenient ride. Now where to go in Sidney?
Sidney has Cabela's Retail Store, where you can buy everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors. An added bonus when you visit their store is the wildlife display that counts more than 500 animals as exhibits. If you collect antiques, then be sure to check out the French Door Antique Mall, the Moose and Goose Gallery, and Rust-n-Roses. Then you also have the smaller businesses that you can patronize, such as Play It Again Sam Thrift Store, Daisies & Dragons, and Shirt Tales.
Hillside Golf Course has 18 holes, and has close to 7,000 yards of golf. It has a course rating of 72.5, a par of 72 and a slope rating of 121. This golf course has been open since the 1960s.
Check out the War Memorial at Legion Park, which pays tribute to the city's veterans. You can find brass plates bearing the different wars and the names of the veterans who fought in each war. Or check out Sidney Boot Hill Cemetery, which was created in the 1860s to bury the soldiers slain at Fort Sidney and then the victims of the city's Wild West era.
Also visit the Fort Sidney Complex. You can find the fully restored Post Commander’s Home, and the Cheyenne County Museum, within the complex. They also host several events such as Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration and Christmas Lamplight tours. Further visit the National Pony Express Monument, which provides great photo opportunities while also tell you more about the founders of the Pony Express.
Then you have the sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the Sidney Historic Business District that has six acres of space and largely features late 19th and 20th century revival architecture. Then you have Deadwood Draw, which was a part of the Black Hills mining operations in the 1870s, while the Christ Episcopal Church was built in the 1880s and features shingle style architecture. Other nationally registered sites include Christ Episcopal Church, Sidney Carnegie Library, Sioux Ordnance Depot Fire & Guard Headquarters, and Wild Horse Draw-Leeman's Springs Archeological District.
Check out Legion Park where you can have fun playing games or rest under the shade of trees while you take in the breathtaking scenery. The park features playground equipment, a stocked lake, a railroad monument, a hiking path, and picnic facilities, as well as baseball fields and horseshoe pits. Or you can stroll around Living Memorial Gardens located within Legion Park.
Go on the Sidney Deadwood Walking and Biking Trail, which takes you through scenic sites, bluffs, residential areas and through various parks and other public buildings. Other facilities under the city's care include the Sidney Softball and Tee-ball complex, the Legion Field Baseball Diamond, Deer Run Park Frisbee Golf and Soccer Fields, the Bertrum O’Connor Swimming Pool, Memorial Gardens and Angel of Hope Skate Park, and the Lodgepole Valley Youth Camp. Other parks you could go to include North Park, Lodgepole Creek, and Verde Lane Park.
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