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Scottsbluff
Scottsbluff

Photo by Alan J. Bartels Visiting Scottsbluff can be a wildly fun experience. You would expect to find wild animals in the rugged country around Scottsbluff, and you will. Elk, pronghorn, mule deer, bighorn sheep, bobcats and even an occasional mountain lion are seen here. You wouldn’t ex

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Midwest Theater
Midwest Theater
Historic Midwest Theater

Historic Midwest Theater The historic Midwest Theater  is a grand, old movie palace of yesteryear in downtown Scottsbluff. For more information on Scottsbluff, contact Scotts Bluff County Tourism at 800-788-9475 or visit www.VisitScottsBluff.com.

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Monument Valley Pathways - Bike & Run
Monument Valley Pathways - Bike & Run

Bike and Walk Along the North Platte River and Scotts Bluff National Monument Alongside the North Platte River and Scotts Bluff National Monument, walking and biking trails connect Scottsbluff, Gering and Terrytown. Monument Valley Pathways includes 6.3 miles of trails; 26 miles are planned.

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West Nebraska Arts Center & Theaters
West Nebraska Arts Center & Theaters

Theater, Painting, Sculpture and Performing Arts The West Nebraska Arts Center, located in the Carnegie Library at 106 E. 18th St., is a hub of activity for painting, sculpture, artists-in-residence and the performing arts (308) 632-2226. Affiliated programs are Theatre West, a summer theater

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Westmoor Pool
Westmoor Pool

Swim and Tan with the Whole Family The Westmoor Pool is another family-friendly attraction in Scottsbluff. Located at Avenue I and 20th Street, the outdoor pool includes water cannons, slides and a lazy river. (308) 632-8881. For more information, contact the Scottsbluff/Gering United Chamber

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Riverside Discovery Center
Riverside Discovery Center
Come see more than 200 wild animals!

Show Your Children the Wildlife of the World in Scottsbluff ​ You’d expect to find wildlife in the rugged country around Scottsbluff, and you will. Elk, pronghorn, mule deer, bighorn sheep, bobcats and even an occasional mountain lion are seen. You wouldn’t expect to see e

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