The 10,000 residents of Lexington are a melting pot of people with pioneer ancestry and newcomers from cultures from around the world. The welcoming Dawson County community is north of the Platte River and I-80. The community began in 1871 as Plum Creek. Lexington is known for its ethnic restaurants and shops, Mac’s Creek Winery, and the Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles.
Learn more about Lexington by contacting Lexington Convention and Tourism at visitlexington.org or (308) 324-7434.