Sweet Treats & Things To Do in Grand Island | North American Junior Red Angus Event

Sweet Treats:

Big Red Treats
Locally owned and operated in Cornhusker country you can get anything from popcorn to Italian ice or just plain ice cream with all of your favorite ice cream toppings. Drink an old-fashioned soda or eat some Chocolate Chip Cookie dough gelato. For more information & directions. Click here.


The Chocolate Bar
“The trendy café with a big city atmosphere” The Chocolate Bar has a wide variety of coffees, bakery items, and serves food as well. Known for their rainbow cake, macaroons, and apple turnovers this place is so pretty just to look at and the reviews say they are really good as well! For more information & directions. Click here.


Cold Stone Creamery
A popular ice cream chain that you can create your own ice cream with your favorite toppings mixed in by hand on a granite slab they also have shakes and much more. Be creative and make your own ice cream or go with one of their signature creations, or try one of their sundaes. With a very wide variety of flavors and toppings, it will always be good. For more information & directions. Click here.

Things To Do:

Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer
A way to relive pioneer history Stuhr Museum has been listed in The Washington Post and in Good House Keeping magazine. With 200 acres filled with historical exhibits, architecture, and gardens that will take your breathe away. Explore the 1980s Railroad Town which is recreated into a prairie community. The museum has a wide variety of artifacts from early farm equipment to a historic church. For more information & directions. Click here.

Island Oasis Water Park     Take a break from being in the barn all day and go splash in the 6 acres of refreshing fun! You can either relax in the lazy river or if your more of a daredevil go down the six-story slide. There is a children’s area where they can play in the water but can also build sand castles, go across a log walk. For more information & directions. Click here. 


Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center
Learn about Nebraska’s nature sandhill cranes, native wildlife exhibits, and the latest conservation programs. Explore the beautiful murals, information with interactive displays. Be sure to visit the butterfly garden and check out the herd of American bison while viewing the Platte River’s north channel. For more information & directions. Click here.

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