For more information on the Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway, please contact us by telephone at 308-546-0636 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You can find additional information on the byway by visiting one of several tourist information sites conveniently located along the byway.
Caboose near I-80 exit 312 (adjacent to Bosselman’s Truck Stop)
Convention & Visitors Bureau, 2424 South Locust St.
Stuhr Museum, Junction Highway 281 & NE Highway 2 & 34.
Co-op Station on south side of the Byway (NE Highway 2) at Junction Highway 68 (flashing yellow light)
Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway Visitors Center, east side of Broken Bow in Big Red Barn, south side of byway
Chamber of Commerce, northeast corner of Junction NE Highway 2 and NE Highway 21.
Custer County Historical Museum
Norm’s Sinclair Station, just west of Dunning on north side of NE Highway 2 near Junction of NE Highway 91.
Halsey Frontier Inn, on south side of Highway in Halsey
Roadside Inn, just east of Thedford on north side of highway
Thedford Art Gallery in Thedford, on north side of highway
Sandhills Motel & Campground, on western edge of Mullen on south side of highway
CaLinda’s Pot Shop, in downtown Ashby – east side of main street.
Chamber of Commerce, 111 West 3rd St (south side of NE Highway 2 in downtown)
Knight Museum & Sandhills Center, 908 Yellowstone Ave.