to Tour Butler County, sponsored by the Butler County Tourism Committee in Nebraska. Whether you are traveling through or you are a long-time resident of Nebraska, we have collected the essential information you need to begin your richly historical, cultural and recreational exploration. There are various sites to see, things to do, and friendly people to meet during your tour through Butler County.
Start your journey by clicking the “start the tour” button to the left, or click on a city listed in the Quick Links to the right to learn about the featured attractions in that area.
For those lovers of the Great Outdoors, Butler County has a nature trail that is sure to please. This project of the Lower Platte South NRD runs between Valparaiso and Brainard on the corridor formerly Read more
Makovicka winery is a wine-lovers haven, nestled in the scenic rolling hills of the Bohemian Alps. This family-owned and operated winery and tasting room is open for Read more
This Gothic-style Church completed construction and celebrated its first mass on June 10, 1888. The fact that it was Trinity Sunday is said to have lent to the Church’s name. Read more
Another significant structure in the Brainard community is the ZCBJ Hall built in 1916. The hall was originally built by members of the ZCBJ Lodge, an organizing chapter Read more
The owners of Raskey Motors have gathered an incredible collection of old cars and motorcycles, including Studebakers and Hondas, over the years – so incredible that this collection is now Read more
Begun in 2005, Jisa’s Premium Farmstead Cheese is a 6,000 square foot plant that produces an incredible variety of premium deli-style cheese. Tours are available Read more
Spend an afternoon exploring the downtown square in the seat of Butler County. The David City Downtown Square is a central hub of retail, dining, art, and education. Read more
For those travelers that will be in Butler County for an extended period of time, find some rest and relaxation at the Rose Motel. They offer a variety of rooms, with wifi, cable, coffee, and refrigerators. Read more
Appropriately located in the former Burlington Depot, the Butler County Historical Society Museum features pieces of History thoughout the Community. Read more
Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art is the only museum in North America dedicated strictly to Agrarian Art. The museum is ideally located in the boyhood home of world-famous artist, Dale Nichols, and Read more
Originally built in 1889 by prominent David City Banker, William B Thorpe for his musically gifted daughter, this historic Opera House has been the venue for musical performances, theatrical performances, Read more
This 85-acre park, located in the county seat of Butler County, has seen great growth and change from the original 12-acres of park land that was donated in 1889. The main entrance Read more
The Shinn’s Ferry Historical Marker stands today near what used to be the original County Seat of Butler County, the town of Savannah. When first traveling across the Great Plains in Read more