Nebraska Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Douglas County, Nebraska
- Labcorp Center, 7615 Cass St., Omaha, Douglas County, NE, 68114
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Lancaster County, Nebraska
- Labcorp Center, 630 N Cotner Blvd Ste 201, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, 68505
- Labcorp Center, 5340 South Street, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, 68506
- Labcorp Center, 1500 S 48Th St Ste 414, Lincoln, Lancaster County, NE, 68506
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Douglas County, Nebraska
- Quest Center, 10020 Nicholas St, Omaha, Douglas County, NE, 68114-2188
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Lancaster County, Nebraska
A tourist brochure for the state of Nebraska stated that many people write off Nebraska as a vacation destination, and do not give it a chance...or even a thought. But the brochure also said that those who are will to take a chance and take the time to discover the state will be in for a surprise. The concluding sentence was “There is nothing to see or do here...except all of these things.”
And that sentence is so true! There are indeed many exciting and appealing things to do in the Cornhusker State, Let’s take a good look at a few of “these things:”
- Old Market in Omaha. Omaha is a perfect place to begin a trip across Nebraska, and there is no better introduction to the state than The Old Market.
Considered home to many Omaha residents, the Old Market hosts numerous restaurants that offer a broad range of culinary delights, unique shops, museums, and art galleries. The Old Market offers an opportunity to get the feel of what life was like in the town in the early 19th century due to its restored buildings and narrow, cobblestone streets.
- The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. A common refrain about zoos is that if you have seen one you have seen them all. But after you experience Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo you will know how wrong that refrain is. Henry Doorly is home to the Desert Dome, the world’s largest desert in a glazed geodesic dome, with animal and sea creatures from several different deserts. Also at the zoo is The Suzanne and Walter Scott Aquarium, a massive aquarium where you can discover coral reefs, ocean currents, polar regions, and unique wildlife, and the most significant rainforest in North America.
- The Durham Museum. Before leaving Omaha be sure to drop into the Durham Museum. History is a never-ending fascination for many people since it is impossible to truly understand the present and make predictions about the future without knowledge and appreciation of the past. The Durham Museum is a National Historic Landmark and has it all: history, culture, science, industry, and more. Guided tours are available and offer unique insights that can’t be found anywhere else.
- Nebraska State Capitol. Located an hour’s drive from Omaha, Lincoln is the Nebraska State Capitol and the Capitol Building is a must-see. Built beginning in 1922, the 15-story structure’s interior is comprised of three rooms: Vestibule, Great Hall, and Rotunda. The murals on the walls represent world-class craftsmanship and almost seem to come to life. The exterior of the building is capped by a golden dome with the statue The Sower perched atop that represents the critical role agriculture plays in the development of civilization.
- Haymarket District in Lincoln. Before you leave Lincoln you need a jolt of energy, and Lincoln’s Haymaker District is like chugging a few Espresso Frappuccinos. When the University of Nebraska sports teams are in action the Haymarket District comes alive with excitement and electricity. Eclectic eateries, comfortable lodging, a Farmer’s Market, and historical icons round out the package. Don’t forget to check out the 3-dimensional mural named “The Iron Horse Legacy” that is carved into the rock and depicts the ancient locomotive number 710 lugging the first train into Lincoln more than 150 years ago.
- Strategic Air and Space Museum. Located in Ashland, the Strategic Air and Space Museum is the perfect destination for aviation enthusiasts of all stripes since the museum is home to not only early model and newer airplanes but several types of spacecraft as well. The exhibits cover the history of the cold war, the evolution of flying, astronauts, and the incredible heroism and bravery of our pilots and crew members in every war that America has fought.
- Chimney Rock National Historic Site. Located near Bayard, Chimney Rock served as a guide for early pioneers making the trek across the country via the Mormon, California, and Oregon trails. This picturesque site is a silent and powerful testimonial to the geological forces that continually shape our landscape. As you approach Chimney Rock be aware of experiencing an optical illusion. Early travelers insisted that the rock could be seen from as far as 30 miles away, but as they neared the rock it seemed to move farther away and remain unapproachable. The area is also rich in Native American history.
- Carhenge. With this clever ploy of words, Carhenge is promoted as “The Nebraska Answer to Stonehenge”, and the clever arrangement of cars in a circle does indeed resemble the more famous Stonehenge located in England. Located on Highway 97, three miles outside of Alliance, the pictures and the gift shop will make this place well worth the visit.
- Scotts Bluff National Monument. Located in the small municipality of Gering in Scotts Bluff County near the Wyoming state line, the Scotts Bluff National Monument is still another one of Mother Nature’s sublime creations. As with the earlier-mentioned Chimney Rock, Scotts Bluff served as a guiding landmark for settlers and Native Americans. Extinct mammals once ruled this area and to learn more check out the James Cook Gallery that contains the skeletal remains of many of those beasts, as well as many artifacts of the Lakota Tribe.
- Indian Cave State Park. Located outside of Shubert near the Missouri state line, the Indian cave at the park is an engrossing look at Native American rock carvings from an unknown origin and time. The park has many hiking trails, an abundance of wildlife, and several restored structures that will delight history buffs.
- The Cowboy Trail. Starting in Norfolk and ending in Chadron, the Nebraska Cowboy Trail spans an incredible 321 miles, and is billed as “the longest rails-to-trails conversion in the United States.” The trail covers an abandoned Chicago and Northwestern Railway passageway erected from powdered limestone and features breathtaking river crossings. The modes of transportation include walking, running, horseback, bicycling, trains, and, of course, cars. The trail is supposedly haunted by many ghosts from the area’s railroad past. Is that true? Check out this engineering marvel and see for yourself.
- The Sandhills Journey. While you are in the Carhenge area, consider a picturesque, leisurely driving Tour of the Sandhills. Start the journey at the Carnegie Arts Center, continue through the Victoria Springs State Recreation Area, and conclude the trek at the Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway Visitor Center. Along the route enjoy the pristine lakes, verdant grasslands, and resplendent dunes. Or feel free to reverse the order depending on where you are in the state. At each of the above-mentioned locations, there are numerous exhibits, and opportunities for fishing, boating, camping, picnicking, stargazing, and many small-town surprises.
- There is more to do and see in Nebraska, way, way more...The many scenic byways: Lewis and Clark, Western Trails, Lincoln Highway, Loup Rivers, and Heritage, Outlaw Trail, 385 Gold Rush, Bridges to Buttes, countless state parks, historical sites...the list goes on and on.
So there you have it. Nebraska has a broad range of attractions. There is so much to do, and so much to see.
Don’t let a lack of pep and vigor hold you back
There are many reasons people do not travel:
I can’t get away from work
I can’t afford it
I can’t go alone
I have small children
I’m afraid to fly
I’m worried about the COVID-19 virus
But there is another reason for this reluctance to travel lurking under the surface: many folks are too tired, too exhausted, and too stressed even to plan a trip, let alone take one.
And it is also easy to remedy by restoring your good health!
Travel makes you a more interesting person.
Travel expands your horizons and exposes you to new things. New people. New locations. New experiences.
And Nebraska is definitely no exception to this rule. Every attraction mentioned above does not even begin to describe all that the Cornhusker state has to offer.
And proper hormone balance is crucial
At our clinics, we specialize in hormone replacement therapy. Human Growth Hormone (HGH), and testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) are our primary therapies. But we are dedicated to enhancing your health at all levels. Our Nebraska clinics offer detailed guidance in nutrition, fitness, stress reduction, and both over-the-counter and pharmaceutical-grade supplements.
We are indeed a “one-stop station” in all health matters. Contact us for a free, no-obligation discussion that will give you the energy to experience life to the fullest.
And that includes travel!
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