Located in the northeast portion of Seward County, Nebraska is the small town of Bee. Bee is home to just 191 residents, but is abundant in history and charm. Established in 1888, Bee has come a long way in the last 125-years, though much of the area remains rural and undeveloped. The highlight of the town is the historical States Ballroom, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as the backdrop for many local events. Bee is also the historic landing point of Paul Perry, who in 2004 bicycled across the Atlantic Ocean from a village named A in Norway, 5,600-miles to Bee, NE. During the actual crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, a stationary bike was used. The goal, to travel from A to B, was a success.The overall vibe of Bee is one of community. The small-town charm and quiet streets are the perfect reprieve from the vast wilderness around the area while providing all the comforts of home to those traveling through the area. Bee is located just a few minutes north of Seward and Highway 34, and only 32-miles away from Lincoln. With such a convenient location, Bee is accessible to many conveniences and interesting sights.