Which Nebraska Small Town Is Right For You?

Wondering which Nebraska small town was made for you? Take the quiz to find out!

Tags: Living, Nebraska, Small-Town

Here are all the results with descriptions

Founded in 1854, this small town is filled with museums, bookstores, boutique shops, bed and breakfasts, and folk art galleries. There's also a river, a walking and biking trail, and a 100-year-old barn surrounded by vineyards.

Known for its friendly locals and well-kept parks, McCook has lakes, a river, walking and biking trails, bird-watching, exploring, and swimming. The locals like to show newcomers how the pilgrims once lived.

Museums, national parks, and community events thrive in Minden. There are also wild bird sanctuaries and old inventions to look at, like steam machines and a Ford from 1903.

Fewer than 4,500 residents live in Aurora, but don't let it fool you. It's a great place for those looking for a typical small-town lifestyle. It's mundane, it's quiet, and it's a good getaway. And if you get bored, you can check out a museum or three on science--or history!

This is ideal for those looking to explore an air-and-space museum, get in touch with nature, or play some golf--but mainly nature. Trails prevail here, as well as parks, including a wildlife safari park.

There are plains, trees, and wildlife spotting--as well as hiking trails and campgrounds. This is a nature addict's playground!