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2018 LINCOLN VISITORS GUIDE Top Spots | Local Events | Unique Experiences

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We Welcome: Sports Teams, Corporate, Family Travel, Wedding Blocks, Reunions, Bus Tours, Graduations and more. Fairfield Inn & Suites Lincoln Airport 1000 W Bond St, Lincoln, NE (402) 413-9003

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lincoln South 8801 Amber Hill Ct, Lincoln, NE (402) 423-1176 en/lincoln/lnkne/hoteldetail

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201 N 7th St. (7th & P streets in the Lincoln Station) (402) 434-5348 The Visitors Center offers a wide variety of information about Lincoln and Lancaster County. During the summer months It is open daily in the Historic Haymarket, and closed on Sunday during the winter. The center also has materials from other sites in Nebraska and surrounding states, so stop in and a friendly face will help you find what you need.



LINCOLN CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU Mailing Address: P.O. Box 83737, Lincoln, NE 68501 Office Address: 1128 Lincoln Mall, Ste. 100 (402) 434-5335 | (800) 423-8212 Fax: (402) 436-2360 |





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AIRPORT SHUTTLES Leisure Limousine & Sedan (402) 476-8132

Navigator Airport Express (800) 888-9793

BY TRAIN Amtrak departs twice daily (westbound at 12:14 am; eastbound at 3:26 am) from the Lincoln Haymarket Station, located at 277 Pinnacle Drive. Amtrak

(800) USA-RAIL Passenger information (402) 476-1295 Baggage information (402) 476-9335

OMALiNK (402) 475-5465

BY BUS Arrow Stage Lines 5250 Superior St. (402) 475-9229 (800) 356-0727

Burlington Trailways

(402) 474-1071 (800) 992-4618

Windstar Lines

(402) 467-2900 (888) 494-6378

Dashabout Roadrunner (970) 345-6613

BY CAR In the state of Nebraska, Interstate 80 runs west from Lincoln to the Wyoming state border, ultimately ending in San Francisco, California, and east ending in Teaneck, New Jersey, in the New York City Metropolitan area. Mileage Chart Chicago 8 hours

520 mi

Minneapolis 6.5 hours

430 mi

Denver 7 hours

488 mi

Kansas City 3 hours

193 mi

St. Louis 7 hours Des Moines 3 hours

442 mi 188 mi

Source: Google Maps


CITY BUSES Routes: StarTran has 19 weekday and 13 Saturday routes. See website for expanded hours. For route information, call (402) 476-1234 or visit

Fees: On-street metered spaces, with time limits ranging from 10 minutes to 10 hours, are $1.25 per hour. Parking meters are not monitored on Sundays and after 6 pm all other days. Public facility fees are $1.25 per hour, with a maximum of $11.25 for all-day parking.

Fares: $1.75 for adults and children age 5 and up, 85¢ for age 62 and up and 25¢ for disabled riders on the Star Shuttle. Free transfer ticket available from the driver. 20-Ride and 31-Day Passes are available.

For unique vehicles and unusual parking situations call:





(402) 474-9555


(402) 770-7659

(402) 477- 4111 (402) 477- 4111


(402) 477-6074


(402) 202-2222


GETTING AROUND With a few exceptions, Lincoln’s major arterials are laid out in a simple grid. Numbered streets run north to south and in the older sections of town, lettered streets run east to west. O Street is the north-south dividing line. Many Downtown streets are one-way.

PARKING Downtown: There are approximately 23,000 spaces in metered, on-street or in parking lots/garages available for general public use daily. First Hour Free! Find a space in a Park & Go city garage where your first hour is free. First floor shopper zones are available for your convenience. Parking and towing restrictions are enforced. Parking information is available at Elsewhere: Free, off-street parking is convenient to most shopping, dining and business areas. On-street parking is free in residential districts.



1200 N 27th St. 310 S 10Th St. 4601 O St.



Lincoln Airport 2400 W Adams

(888) 826-6893

Lincoln Airport 2400 W Adams (402) 474-1202 Lincoln Downtown 2745 O St. (402) 475-6197 Sears Auto Center–Gateway Mall 6500 O St. (402) 474-0001

BUDGET Lincoln Airport 2400 W Adams 2935 N 27th St.

(402) 474-2800 (402) 474-2800

Lincoln Airport 2400 W Adams St. Lincoln–O Street 5401 O St.

(402) 474-4079 (402) 489-5401

NATIONAL CAR RENTAL Lincoln Airport 2400 W Adams St.

(888) 445-5664

RENT-A-VAN 1530 Pioneers Blvd.


2400 W Adams St.,Ste. 101 (402) 474-0179

RENT ‘N DRIVE 4103 S 48th St.


(402) 477-6000 (402) 476-6800 (402) 488-2800

(402) 421-3400

(402) 441-4835

CURRENCY EXCHANGE Currency can be exchanged at Wells Fargo, 13th and O streets, and U.S. Bank, 13th and M streets.

INTERPRETERS If you need an interpreter, call the Lincoln Police Department at (402) 441-6000.

MEDICAL EMERGENCY For ambulance or emergency services, call 911. Emergency medical services are available at all Lincoln acute care hospitals.


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For veterinary service on nights, weekends and holidays, call Veterinary Emergency Hospital (402) 489-6800.

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For assistance during unusual weather, or for road conditions, listen to local radio stations KFOR (1240 AM) or KLIN (1400 AM) and local TV stations KOLN (Channel 10/11) or KLKN (Channel 8). A winter storm, thunderstorm or tornado warning means threatening weather is about to take place and people in the watch area should seek shelter. The Nebraska State Patrol offers a recording describing road conditions throughout the state: call 511.



BURKHOLDER PROJECT BB-3 719 P St. | (402) 477-3305 Hours: Tues.–Fri. 10 am–4 pm; Sat. 10 am–3 pm

The Burkholder Project houses 25 studios and 4 galleries that feature new shows monthly. Visit studios where you can see art in progress, as well as finished works. 70 regional artists working in many art forms are represented. Check out Gallery Alley to the west of the building—it’s a pedestrian walkway with lots of art and incredible lighting!

CONSTELLATION STUDIOS DD-3 2055 O St. | (402) 438-0049 Hours: Tues.–Sat. 9 am–6 pm; and by appointment

Constellation Studios is a work site, a gallery and a creative destination for artists in Lincoln, Nebraska. In a professional studio they mentor, educate, explore and celebrate interconnections between traditional and innovative print, paper and bookmaking. Events, activities and workshops are offered for community engagement.

EISENTRAGER-HOWARD GALLERY BB-2 University of Nebraska—Lincoln 120 Richards Hall (402) 472-5522 | Hours: Mon.–Fri. during exhibitions 12:30–4:30 pm

The Eisentrager-Howard Gallery serves as an extension of the studio and classroom, providing students and the public with the opportunity to interact with contemporary art. A major function of the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery, located on the first floor of Richards Hall, is to exhibit the work of UNL faculty and students.

ELOISE KRUGER GALLERY BB-2 University of Nebraska—Lincoln Architecture Hall (10th & R streets) (402) 472-3560 | Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–5 pm

The Eloise Kruger Gallery is Nebraska’s collection of miniature scale furniture and accessories. The collection features historically-accurate miniatures representing major English and American design styles. Visitors can tour the free public exhibition on their own, or contact the gallery, for a curator-led tour of the exhibition and storage space.


124 S 9th St. | (402) 477-2822 Hours: Wed.–Sat. 10 am–5 pm; Sun. 12–5 pm; First Friday Gallery Walk 6:30–9 pm

Gallery 9 is an independent gallery located in the spacious, turn-of-the-century Mission Arts Building at 124 S 9th Street. The gallery features a wide selection of art by local artists; including paintings, jewelry, photography, sculpture, turned wood, stained and fused glass, ceramics, gifts and more. New shows on display every month.

GREAT PLAINS ART MUSEUM 20/BB-3 1155 Q St. | (402) 472-6220 Hours: Tues.–Sat. 10 am–5 pm; Closed Sun. & Mon.

The Great Plains Art Museum at the University of Nebraska is a free museum with a permanent collection consisting of bronze sculptures, works on paper and photographs featuring art of the American West and Native American Art. The museum also hosts traveling exhibitions and works by contemporary artists.


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Nebraska Wesleyan University 5000 St. Paul Ave. (50th St. & Huntington Ave.) (402) 465-2230 |

by Yinka Shonibare 19th St. & N. Antelope Valley Parkway

Hours: Tues.–Fri. 10 am–4 pm; Sat. & Sun. 1–4 pm; Closed Mon. and University holidays

Elder Gallery, located in the Rogers Center for Fine Arts, is Nebraska Wesleyan University’s premiere exhibition space for visual art. Recently renovated, Elder Gallery hosts four to five exhibitions each year by emerging and established contemporary artists.


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Tues.–Sat. 10 am–4 pm; Sun. 1–4 pm (Feb.–Nov.); Closed Mon.

Hours: Tues. & Thurs. 3–7 pm; Wed., Fri., Sat. 11 am–3 pm; Closed Sun. & Mon.

1523 N 33rd St. | (402) 472-6549

Uncover quilts from around the world and across generations at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. Free docent-led tours are available daily.

KIECHEL FINE ART CC-3 1208 O St. | (402) 420-9553

Hours: Tues.–Thurs. 10 am–6 pm; Fri. 10 am–8 pm; Sat. 11 am–5 pm

Since 1986, KFA has specialized in contemporary and 20thcentury regional art. KFA represents the John Steuart Curry Estate and is a premier source for work by Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood. KFA services have expanded to include secure, climate controlled art storage, event rental and multiple exhibition galleries as well as appraisal services.

LUX CENTER FOR THE ARTS K-3 2601 N 48th St. | (402) 466-8692

Hours: Tues.–Fri. 11 am–5 pm; Sat. 10 am–5 pm; First Friday 11 am–8 pm

LUX Center for the Arts is a non-profit art center that offers experiences to suit a wide range of interests and tastes. The LUX offers art classes for youth and adults in a range of disciplines and features exhibitions in two galleries and a gift gallery representing the highest caliber art work of local, regional and national artists.

MCCLELLAND ART GALLERY K-6 Union College Ortner Center 3800 S 48th St. | (402) 486-2600

Hours: Daily 7:30 am–10:30 pm; Closed during Christmas Break

Located in the Ortner Center at Union College, the McClelland Art Gallery features a variety of arts and mediums presented by both Union Students and outside artists.

1935 Q St., Ste. 1 | (402) 468-0529

The Malaika Gallery at the Midwestern African Museum of Art (MAMA) brings Lincoln the culture and art of Africa. Features include rtifacts from toys made by children to musical instruments, fiber arts, paintings and other wall art, and a display of sculptures passed down to MAMA by Nelson Mandela.

NOYES ART GALLERY BB-3 119 S 9th St. | (402) 475-1061

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–5 pm; First and Third Fridays open until 9 pm

Enjoy over 80 artists at the Noyes Gallery, located in Downtown Lincoln within walking distance from the Arena. Established in 1993, view brand new monthly exhibits, meet artists and invest in original art. Four gallery rooms and nine studios provide something for everyone.


University of Nebraska—Lincoln Home Economics Building, East Campus 1650 N 35th St. | (402) 472-2911 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 8:30 am–4 pm; and by appointment

Located in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln, the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery is the only gallery of its kind in the region devoted to the exhibition of textiles—from art to apparel, from East to West, from past to present. Closed during UNL holidays and between exhibitions.

SHELDON MUSEUM OF ART 9/CC-2 University of Nebraska—Lincoln 12th & R streets | (402) 472-2461

Hours: Mon.–Wed. & Sat. 10 am–5 pm; Thurs. & Fri. 10 am–7 pm; Sun. 12–5 pm

Sheldon Museum of Art houses a permanent collection of international distinction in a landmark Philip Johnson building at 12th and R streets on the University of Nebraska—Lincoln City Campus. Admission is free.



Travis Van Dyke studied economics at Nebraska Wesleyan University and then worked for Pacific Life, which relocated him to Orange County, California. When he had a chance to move back to Lincoln, he did. An opportunity surfaced with ReSource Pro, which helps insurance companies optimize their operations for increased productivity and performance via a set of services, including data analytics. The New York-based company had just opened a service delivery center in Lincoln, and the chance to grow with this company was too good for him to pass up. “It used to be common to graduate from a school in Lincoln then move away for the bigcity job,” Van Dyke said. “I’ve been to the big city and I can tell you that there are great jobs at amazing companies right here, in Lincoln. Lincoln now offers all the amenities other cities do but at a lower cost—and lower stress. It’s also a great place to start a family, get to know your neighbors and find creative ways to improve your community.” Van Dyke is proud that ReSource Pro has selected Lincoln for its first onshore service delivery center. The primary goal was finding a city with the right culture, work ethic and a young population driven to excel. “Lincoln,” he said “had everything the company wanted—Innovation Campus, investments in the Railyard and the Pinnacle Bank Arena are enormous draws for young professionals.”


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HAYMARKET THEATRE BB-3 803 Q St. | (402) 477-2600 Specializing in children’s performance classes throughout the year, including two and three-week summer performance camps, the Haymarket Theatre also features Mainstage series and hosts a variety of local performance groups.


LINCOLN COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE 19/K-5 2500 S 56th St. | (402) 489-7529 Tickets: Mon.–Fri. 11 am–5 pm

Lincoln Community Playhouse positively transforms the lives of individuals and profoundly changes our community by providing the finest quality theatre experience in both process and production. Lincoln Community Playhouse provides theatre education and outreach opportunities to the community.


University of Nebraska—Lincoln 215 Temple Building (12th & R streets) (402) 472-4747 |

Nebraska Wesleyan University 51st & Huntington Ave. | (402) 465-2384

Tickets: Mon.–Fri. 11 am–5:30 pm and one hour prior to curtain

McDonald Theatre in the Elder Memorial Theatre Center is home to Nebraska Wesleyan University’s main stage performances. Twelve large productions and musicals are performed each year in this 300-seat venue. Free parking is available on campus. For tickets, contact the box office at (402) 465-2384 or order online at

The Nebraska Repertory Theatre is the professional theatre at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, connected to the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, offering six productions from September to April. The student-run Theatrix theatre company produces four plays. The film production program culminates in the annual Nebbys Film Festival.

KIMBALL RECITAL HALL BB-2 University of Nebraska—Lincoln 11th & R streets | (402) 472-6865 Tickets: (402) 472-4747

Located on the UNL City Campus, Kimball Recital Hall has a main floor and balcony, seating 850 audience members.

LIED CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS & LIED CENTER’S JOHNNY CARSON THEATER 10/BB-2 301 N 12th St. | (402) 472-4747 The Lied Center is a state-of-the-art performing arts facility known internationally as a top 100 performing arts center. The Lied Center programs marquee artists in every art form ranging from top Broadway musicals to contemporary dance and the most in-demand orchestras in the world. Visit for the full season schedule and brochure.

The Mary Riepma Ross MEDIA ARTS CENTER Featuring daily screenings of the critically acclaimed independent, documentary, and foreign films you won’t see anywhere else in Lincoln, THE ROSS is a stimulating alternative to commercial movie theaters. Visit our website for showtimes, upcoming films and events, online ticketing, and more information! ww 313 N. 13th Street, Lincoln NE | 402-472-5353

The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD and National Theatre Live Don’t miss this opportunity to see world-class opera and theatre, broadcast live from New York and London to the big screen at The Ross. Visit for schedules and ticketing.


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701 P St. | (402) 438-8232

124 N 13th St. | (402) 476-6540 The Rococo Theatre is located in the historic building formerly known as the Stuart Building. Both truly unique spaces. The Rococo is an entertainment venue hosting many national acts, weddings and corporate events.

Tickets: 45 minutes to curtain

Home of the award winning TADA Productions, Inc., the TADA Theatre produces award-winning professional theatrical productions as well as stand-up comedy, cabarets and more.

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA— LINCOLN GLENN KORFF SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1104 R St. | (402) 472-2503 The Glenn Korff School of Music nurtures the creativity, artistry and scholarship of students and faculty; educates students to achieve excellence as educators, performers, composers and scholars; and enriches the education of all students through the study and practice of music and dance.

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JOYO THEATER K-2 6102 Havelock Ave. | (402) 464-5696 This 80-year-old building hosts a variety of events including movies, both old and new. The theatre can also be rented out for special occasions like birthday parties and whatever else people need.

THE GRAND BB-3 11th & P streets (14 screens)

EAST PARK CINEMA L-4 66th & P streets (6 screens)

MARY RIEPMA ROSS MEDIA ARTS CENTER CC-3 313 N 13th St. | (402) 472-5353 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 4:30–9:30 pm; Sat. & Sun. 12–9:30 pm

EDGEWOOD CINEMA K-6 56th & Highway 2 (6 screens)

SOUTHPOINTE CINEMA J-7 27th St. & Pine Lake Rd. (6 screens)

Offering concessions, two screens and state-of-the-art sound and projection, the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center is one of the finest venues for independent and foreign cinema in the country. Take advantage of this Lincoln treasure and see the movies the rest of the country is talking about. Visit for show times.

…[Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau] went above and beyond in helping us, including leading convention attendees to their meeting rooms, to greeting attendees at the front entrance. We were very impressed! S. Watson

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ABENDMUSIK Year Round | Abendmusik, or evening music, is a year-round concert series that provides collaboration of community talent with wellknown ensembles, composers, conductors and soloists from around the world. Located at the historic First-Plymouth Church, Abendmusik creates musical experiences that uplift and inspire audiences of all ages.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION February | Lincoln, Nebraska is the largest city in the world to be named for President Lincoln and the city celebrates every February with an entertaining and educational event. More details will be available in January at

CHOCOLATE LOVER’S FANTASY February 9 | Chocolate Lover’s Fantasy will celebrate its 32nd year! A variety of professional and celebrity chefs join the spirit of the evening to let their imagination and creativity run wild. This year the event will be held at Embassy Suites, Downtown Lincoln. Admission is charged. For more information, call (402) 435-7496.

SESOSTRIS SHRINE CIRCUS March 14–18 | Don’t miss the 73rd annual Shrine Circus at Lancaster Event Center, located at 84th and Havelock Ave. There are many new acts and some traditional acts for 2018. Great family entertainment for all ages. For more information, visit or call (402) 474-6890.

EUROPEAN MOTORCYCLE NIGHT S April–October | Now in its 15th year, European Motorcycle Nights is a gathering of the smaller elements of the two wheeled world. Scooters, vintage, European, dual sport motorcycles are exhibited on 8th Street between P and Q streets in Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket. The European Motorcycle Nights is the first Wednesday of the month from April through October. Guest parking available on Q Street. Come on down!

LINCOLN COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GARDEN PERFORMANCE SERIES May–August | The Lincoln Community Foundation Garden Performance Series is held every Wednesday, May through August, from 12 pm to 1 pm at the Lincoln Community Foundation Garden at 1415 N Street in Lincoln. This series brings FREE public concerts to hundreds of audience members each week. See schedule on website and Facebook page.

LINCOLN SALTDOGS May–August | The Lincoln Saltdogs are playing their 18th season at Haymarket Park, which will be the setting for 50 home games in 2018. The Saltdogs are a member of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball, which includes teams from Canada to Texas. For all things Saltdogs or to order tickets, call (402) 474-2255 or online at

THE HAYMARKET FARMER’S MARKET May–October (Saturdays 8 am–12 pm)

Local entertainers, farm-fresh produce, baked goods, jams, jellies, honey, fresh and dried flowers, bedding plants, herbs and hand-crafted items will be for sale. The Haymarket Farmer’s Market is around 7th and P streets. Call (402) 435-7496 for more information.

LINCOLN/NATIONAL GUARD MARATHON AND HALF MARATHON May 6 | There will be an expected 15,000 participants for the 41st annual Lincoln/National Guard Marathon and Half Marathon, presented by Pepsi. The race begins at 14th and Vine streets and will finish on the 50-yard line inside Memorial Stadium. For information call (402) 435-3504.


FRIDAY NIGHTS LIVE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES June 1–August 24 | Enjoy fabulous live music, food and fun every Friday, 6:30–8:30 pm, in the lush Center Courtyard of SouthPointe Pavilions Shopping Center. A goodwill donation per person is requested to benefit charitable organizations. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome.

CAMP CREEK ANTIQUE MACHINERY THRESHING 42ND ANNUAL SHOW July 21 & 22 | The volunteer organization’s purpose is to preserve and educate the public about the agriculture and industrial heritage of our forefathers. You can see demonstrations and many antique buildings. For more information call (402) 786-3003.



June–July | Meadowlark’s mission is to make chamber music a necessary component of every Nebraskan’s definition of “The Good Life.” Meadowlark does this by presenting internationally renowned artists in casual settings and at a fraction of the cost of larger organizations. Children 16 and under are always admitted free.

July 20–29 | The Cornhusker State Games is a statewide amateur sports festival for all Nebraskans. The purpose of the Games is to provide top-quality amateur competition in a wide range of activities. The 2018 Games are scheduled for July 20-29 at more than 70 sites in Lincoln, Omaha and surrounding communities.



July 3 | Join us for Lincoln’s official Independence Day Celebration at Oak Lake Park, 1st and Charleston streets. Enjoy family fun activities and food all day, followed by an evening concert and fireworks display. For more information, call (402) 441-7547.

USA ROLLER SPORTS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS July–August | Join more than 2,000 skaters for the USA Roller Sports Indoor National Championships. The competition will be held in the indoor field house at Speedway Village, located south of Van Dorn Street and Park Blvd. The four-week event includes in-line speed skating, rink hockey, roller derby, slalom and roller figure skating competitions.

WAVERLYFEST July 3–4 | The WaverlyFest Street Dance is a tradition held on July 3rd for more than 35 years, sponsored by The Waverly Community Foundation. Enjoy the largest street dance in the area, good drinks, great friends and fabulous music. Activities include pancake feed, parade, picnics and fireworks! Find us on Facebook.


August | The Lincoln Haymarket Development Corporation presents the 4th Annual “Haymarket in White Dinner & Dance” at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Guests will dress all in white, dine on gourmet picnic fare and dance the night away.

LANCASTER COUNTY SUPER FAIR August 2–5 | Come let the good times grow at one of the largest county fairs in the USA! Enjoy many free attractions like racing pigs, petting zoo and nightly concerts. Experience carnival rides, fair food, thrilling motorsports and much more. Call Lancaster Event Center at (402) 441-6545 for more information.

NEBRASKA PORK PRODUCERS CAPITAL CITY RIBFEST August 16–18 | Nebraska Pork Producers Capital City Ribfest will be August 16–18 at the Pinnacle Bank Arena Festival Lot located just north of the arena. The Capital City Ribfest features award-winning barbecue from around the country and some of best local live music during the three-day event.




September 1–November 23 | The University of Nebraska Cornhuskers have seven home games in 2018 at Memorial Stadium. Named to honor all veterans, the stadium holds more than 90,000 and on homegame days becomes the state’s third-largest “city.” The home of the Huskers has been sold out since 1962. For ticket information, call (402) 472-3111 or ( 800) 8BIGRED or visit









TRACTORS, TRUCKS, TRAINS, & PLANES August 18 | Favorite toys come to life as kids sit in the big seat and experience their favorite real machines up close and personal. They will learn about all of the important jobs that go with these vehicles and helpful safety tips as well.

NEBRASKA SPORTS COUNCIL MUD RUN August 25 | The Nebraska Sports Council Mud Run is Nebraska’s ORIGINAL Mud Run! The spectator friendly 3-mile course features music, obstacles, creek crossing, multiple mud pits and a giant slip-nslide. The race also includes a tethered 3-person team division and a one-mile Mini Mud Run.

LINCOLN’S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA September–May | Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra (LSO) is a professional orchestra conducted by Music Director Edward Polochick, with a concert season that runs from September–May in the Lied Center for Performing Arts. With $15 and $35 ticket prices ($5 for 17 and under), LSO makes every effort to be accessible to all of Lincoln with a variety of programming and community activities.

ART IN THE GARDEN September | Noyes Art Gallery presents their 6th “Art in the Garden” art sale at Sunken Gardens with over 50 Nebraska artists; free event, music, dancers and free parking at the Rose Garden. In support of the Sunken Gardens, artwork is available for purchase.

42nd ANNUAL SHOW July 21 – 22, 2018

17200 Bluff Rd, Waverly, NE 2 miles east of Waverly Middle School Swap Meet Featuring: Massey Ferguson and Rock Island May 19, 2018 Gas Engines; Sunday Veterans Day Discount Food Stand & Restrooms on Grounds

For more information call: 402-786-3003

Miniature Railroad Show Sept. 8 – 9, 2018

For more information call: 402-238-2577




Seasonal Hours: Daily 9 am–7 pm Roca Berry Farm has been harvesting memories since 1980. Located just 7 miles south of Lincoln, Roca Berry Farm’s 40 acre pumpkin patch is the largest and oldest in Lancaster County. Guests can enjoy over 50 activities and rides for families and groups including four late night fright on the weekends. It is a must visit for family fun.

18TH LINCOLN ARTS FESTIVAL Fall | Presented by the Lincoln Arts Council, the city’s largest juried art show is at SouthPointe Pavilions Shopping Center. Featuring nearly 100 artists from across the country plus live music and dance on the Southeast Community College World Entertainment Stage and free crafts for the kids. Attendees can enter free drawings for art and a $500 festival shopping spree. Admission: $1 for ages 12 and up.

MARKET TO MARKET RELAY October 6 | The Market to Market Relay is Nebraska’s running road trip. The largest day-long relay in the nation with over 4,500 runners takes teams from Omaha to Lincoln. Teams of six, seven or eight friends run three stages per person varying in distance from three to five miles each.

LINCOLN STARS HOCKEY October–April | Fast-paced, hard hitting and highly skilled USHL hockey played at The Ice Box, in Lincoln, voted top five places to see a Jr. Hockey game in North America. An unbelievable pre-game light show, fun filled contests, future NHL’ers and the USHL’s best fans. A Stars game is an evening to be experienced.

HAPPY HALLOWGREEN October | Don’t miss out on treats and “EEK”-o-friendly fun for the whole family at Lincoln’s #1 indoor family trick-or-treat event! There will be more than 20 treat stops, plus earth-friendly activities throughout the Museum to help families think green when it comes to Halloween and the fall.

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Since 1869, Lincoln has entrusted it’s heritage and families to WYUKA’s care. As a vital part of the Lincoln community, you can trust WYUKA to provide the for generations to come. WYUKA, Lincoln’s premiere funeral home and cemetery, offering complete services in one convenient, central location.

October 26–30 | Boo at the Zoo is Lincoln’s largest trick-or-treat event. The entire family will love stopping at over 40 trick-or-treat booths to get candy, coupons and more. All of the money raised during Boo at the Zoo directly supports the Zoo. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at

GOOD LIFE HALFSY October 28 | The Good Life Halfsy is more than a half marathon. It’s a funfilled weekend celebrating Nebraska and its people, landmarks, icons and culture. There’s something special about this place and we’re running through the streets of Lincoln to let the secret out. Some would call it a half marathon. We call it the Halfsy.

3600 “O” Street Lincoln, NE (402) 474-3600


THE SANTA CELEBRATION & SANTA STATION Every weekend beginning November 23

Santa makes his grand entrance on November 23rd in SouthPointe Pavilions Center Courtyard. Refreshments, giveaways, activities and more. Enjoy Santa chats and photos in the Santa Station every weekend beginning November 23rd. Santa activities presented by First National Bank.


December 8 | Located in the Candy Factory on P Street between 7th and 8th streets, have your picture taken with Santa and enjoy a delicious breakfast provided by Lazlo’s. For information call (402) 435-7496.


December | Lincoln Children’s Museum invites families to kick off the holiday season at Holiday Spectacular! Of course no holiday party would be complete without a visit from Santa, who can be found in his Nebraska workshop right in the Museum! It’s a night of song, dance, storytelling, indoor snowball fights, decoration making and special guest appearances.


November 30, December 7 & 14 The event is held from 6–9 pm on Friday nights. See Santa strolling through the streets and enjoy entertainment throughout the Haymarket. Also, enjoy a horse and carriage ride! Activities will be around 7th and P streets. Call (402) 435-7496 for more details.


December 31 | The Lincoln Children’s Museum is the place for families on New Year’s Eve. This mini-version of the grown-up party includes music, party favors, a Bubble Wrap Stomp, a visit from Father Time and Baby New Year and an official countdown to the New Year including a ball drop and balloon shower at 8 pm. Ticket information at


As an Atlanta, Georgia, resident who found herself in Lincoln, AshLea Allberry wanted to get plugged into her new community. The Young Professionals Group (YPG) was her way of doing just that. Allberry moved to Lincoln from Atlanta for a job with Nanonation—a technology company that makes digital signage, kiosks and other interactive solutions. She immediately joined YPG, which led her to involvement in other organizations as well. One of them is Rise Lincoln, an organization that brings 200 women in business together once a month.

“I’ve always been amazed that there are so many opportunities for young people in Lincoln,” she said. “Lincoln does a really good job of allowing young people to create things.” Allberry has found success in Lincoln. Not only has Nanonation had the most growth in the last three years than it ever has, Allberry has found her spot in Lincoln’s business community. “I can’t imagine leaving,” she said.


AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GERMANS FROM RUSSIA 14/K-5 631 D St. | (402) 474-3363 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–4 pm

The Germans from Russia were attracted to Lincoln and the Great Plains because of the climate and the farming conditions similar to those in Russia. By 1914, more than one-third of Lincoln’s population was of German Russian descent.

FAIRVIEW, THE BRYAN MUSEUM 18/K-5 49th & Sumner streets | (402) 481-3032 To schedule a tour, call (402) 481-3032. Please schedule tours at least 48 hours in advance.

William Jennings Bryan served two terms in Congress, was U.S. Secretary of State and was the Democratic nominee for President in 1896, 1900 and 1908. His historic residence has been restored to its early 1900s grandeur. Scheduled tours offer the opportunity to see the house that once sat atop a hill and offered a “fair view” of the city.

GOVERNOR’S RESIDENCE 12/CC-4 1425 H St. | (402) 471-3466 The Governor’s Residence is open for public tours every Thursday (except holidays) from 1–3:30 pm. There is no charge for the tours and a reservation is not required, except for groups of 10 or more. To schedule a reservation for groups of 10 or more, please call (402) 471-3466.

HAYMARKET/DOWNTOWN 2/BB-3 Pinnacle Arena Drive to 17th St., H to R St. (402) 434-6900 | An array of unique specialty shops and over 150 restaurants, clubs and nightspots await visitors to Downtown and the Haymarket. Shopping attractions include antiques and art galleries in the Haymarket, as well as Husker apparel, bookstores, shoes and clothing in the Downtown core.

FRANK H. WOODS TELEPHONE PIONEER MUSEUM 29/DD-3 2047 M St. | (402) 436-4640 Hours: Sun. 1–4 pm, or by appointment. Closed all holiday weekends. Guided tours available upon request. Call and leave a message. Someone will return your call to schedule your tour.

Experience communication antiquities and learn how the telephone transformed a segmented nation into one large community. View replicas of Alexander Graham Bell’s original telephones. See an impressive display of wooden wall and candlestick phones, as well as the colorful telephone sets of the art deco ‘50s and ‘60s. View the beauty and sparkle of the “Crown Jewels of the Wire” the glass insulators. Harken back to a simpler time when the operator had to place your call and you shared your line with as many as ten other customers.


1420 P Street • Lincoln, NE 68508




N ATURAL H ISTORY | (402) 472-2642 14th & Vine Streets | UNL City Campus | Lincoln, NE

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LANCASTER EVENT CENTER 25/M-2 4100 N 84th St. | (402) 441-6545 With over 270 events yearly, you’ll find fun at Lancaster Event Center! This active facility is home to many horse, dog and car shows, and some of the largest trade shows in Lincoln. They have numerous flea markets, craft/antique shows, women/kid’s expos, mud runs and motorsports. Check their calendar when you’re in town and let the good times grow!

LARSEN TRACTOR TEST & POWER MUSEUM 22/J-3 University of Nebraska—Lincoln East Campus Near 35th & Fair streets | (402) 472-8389 Hours: Tues.–Fri. 9 am–4 pm; First Sat. of the month 10 am–2 pm

The Larsen Tractor Test & Power Museum is housed in the original Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory built in 1920. The collection features tractors that represent advancements in technology which have been tested in accordance with the Nebraska Tractor Test Law that was passed in July of 1919.

LINCOLN CHILDREN’S MUSEUM 11/CC-3 1420 P St. | (402) 477-4000 Hours: Sun 1–5 pm, Tues.–Sat. 9:30 am–5 pm, open until 7:30 the first Friday of every month

Build, dance, play, climb, create, sing and laugh at the Lincoln Children’s Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. Here you can be whatever and go wherever your imagination takes you! The Lincoln Children’s Museum offers three floors of hands-on exhibits and imaginative programs that allow children and adults to discover the power of play.

LINCOLN CHILDREN’S ZOO 15/EE-5 1222 S 27th St. | (402) 475-6741 Hours: April–Oct.: Sun.–Sat. 10 am–5 pm; June–Aug.: Sun., Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10 am–5 pm; Wed., 9 am–8 pm

Rated among the nation’s best zoos for children by Parent Magazine, the nationally award winning Lincoln Children’s Zoo is home to over 400 animals including the Humboldt penguin, snow leopard and ring-tailed lemur. Complete your visit by watching a show on the Animal Encounter Stage and a ride on the historic ZO&O Railroad.

LINCOLN MONUMENT CC-4 Lincoln Mall & 14th streets (402) 471-0448 | The Lincoln Monument on the west side of the Capitol was created by sculptor Daniel Chester French and architect Henry Bacon 10 years prior to their Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Dedicated September 2, 1912. Nebraska’s monument celebrates the centennial of President Abraham Lincoln’s birth and includes the Gettysburg Address in granite.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ROLLER SKATING 17/K-5 4730 South St. | (402) 483-7551 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–5 pm; Closed Holidays

Animals on skates? Motorized skates? Only in Lincoln will you find the world’s largest collection of roller skates and skating memorabilia. Travel through time to discover early skating, or “rinking”; all original skates, dating back to 1819. Discover skates, photographs, costumes, trophies, patent drawings and more.

NEBRASKA HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS HALL OF FAME 40/AA-1 500 Charleston St., Ste. 3 | (402) 476-4767 Hours: Winter: Mon. & Wed. & Fri. 10 am–4 pm; Summer: Wed. & Fri. 10 am–4 pm

If you’re looking for something different and want to catch a free glimpse of Nebraska’s storied athletic history, check out the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame exhibit hall. The hall is located in the Nebraska School Activities Association building located north of Haymarket Park. The Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame motto is “Honoring the past to inspire the future.”

NEBRASKA HISTORY MUSEUM 6/CC-3 131 Centennial Mall North | (402) 471-4782 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–4:30 pm; Sat. & Sun. 1–4:30 pm; Closed State Holidays

Enjoy cool old stuff with a cool new look at the recently renovated Nebraska History Museum. Changing exhibits, hands-on history, daily guided tours, family fun days and public programs for all ages connect you to fascinating Nebraska stories. The Landmark Store features books, children’s educational items and Nebraska products. Free admission.


NEBRASKA STATE CAPITOL 31/CC-4 1445 K St. | (402) 471-0448 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 8 am–5 pm; Sat. and Holidays 10 am–5 pm; Sun. 1–5 pm; Closed Thanksgiving, the Friday after, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

The Nebraska Capitol, constructed 1922 to 1932 for $10 million, is described as the nation’s first truly vernacular state capitol. Seen from miles away, the majestic 400-foot domed tower and low spreading base contains mosaics and sculpture representing the natural, social and political development of Nebraska.

THE RAILYARD 45/BB-3 300 & 350 Canopy St. | The Railyard on Canopy Street is Lincoln, Nebraska’s premier entertainment district located across the street from the Pinnacle Bank Arena. This vibrant venue features 13+ restaurants & bars, live entertainment, a public market and THE CUBE presented by Union Bank & Trust.

THOMAS P. KENNARD HOUSE 13/CC-4 1627 H St. | (402) 471-4764 Hours: By Appointment Only

PRAIRIELAND DAIRY 13000 Pella Rd. Firth, NE | (402) 791-2228 Hours: Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 9 am & 11 am

Come out and visit the farm and see how milk goes from farm to table. Tours are scheduled in advance, by appointment only and hosted on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9 am and 11 am. Admission is $3/person for ages 2 and older with a $20 minimum. Tours last an hour to an hour and a half depending on size of group.


The house of our first secretary of state proudly proclaimed, “Nebraska is here to stay!” when the state was barely two years old in 1869. Experience Victorian elegance and learn about building a state. Group tours available.


American Historical Society of Germans from Russia Museum DISCOVER YOUR HERITAGE

EAGLE RACEWAY 617 S 238th St. Eagle, NE (402) 781-2243 | Hours: Sat. 4–10 pm

Eagle Raceway, America’s home track, includes a one-third mile high banked dirt track known as the World’s Fastest Third Mile because of its speed! Race days on Saturdays, April through September will feature: IMCA RaceSaver Sprints, Modifieds, SportMods, Hobby Stocks and Sport Compacts. Home of the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Nationals, Nebraska’s Vacation Destination!

Visit the village, research library and gift shop.

Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 631 D Street 402.474.3363 |

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA STATE MUSEUM—MORRILL HALL 7/CC-2 14th & Vine streets | (402) 472-2642 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 9:30 am–4:30 pm; Thurs. 9:30 am–8 pm; Sun.1:30–4:30 pm; Closed Major Holidays

HOMESTEAD NATIONAL MONUMENT OF AMERICA 8523 W State Hwy. 4 Beatrice, NE (402) 223-3514 | Open Daily–Free Admission

The Homestead Heritage Center offers a film and museum that looks at homesteader life and the evolution of the Homestead Act and its impact on people today. The Education Center hosts special programs and temporary exhibits. See an original cabin, one-room school and over 2.5 miles of trails in tallgrass prairie and burr oak woodland.

I-80 SPEEDWAY 13909 238th St. Greenwood, NE (402) 342-3453 | Hours: April–middle of October, Weekly

“Archie” the life-sized bronze Columbian mammoth greets visitors outside Morrill Hall, the region’s premier museum of natural history! The Museum provides a glimpse into our ancient past featuring the world-famous Elephant Hall, hands-on discovery center, Bizarre Beasts, plus more!

I-80 Speedway is home to the NASCAR Whelen All American Series on Friday nights featuring Super Late Models, Grand Nationals, Hobby Stocks, Stock Cars, A Mods, B Mods and Compacts. The tracks feature event is the Silver Dollar Nationals, a national crown-jewel event that annually draws raves from fans and drivers alike.



ARBOR DAY FARM TREE ADVENTURE 2611 Arbor Ave. Nebraska City, NE (402) 873-8717 | Hours: Mon.–Sat. 9 am–5 pm; Sun. 11 am–5 pm

Explore and enjoy the 260 acres of Arbor Day Farm in Nebraska City, Nebraska—the home of Arbor Day! At Arbor Day Farm’s Tree Adventure, you can climb a 50-foot tall tree house, hike miles of forested trails, journey deep into the woods aboard the Discovery Ride and more. Each fall, pick apples in the orchard and enjoy fresh apple pie and cider.


28210 West Park Hwy. (I-80, Exit 426) Ashland, NE (402) 944-3100 | Hours: 9 am–5 pm Daily. See website for holiday hours.

The Museum is the home to the largest collection of aircraft that span 70-years of history. Come and see air and space exhibitions, explore the Children’s Learning Center or learn to fly in a simulator. Check the website for special events throughout the year! The world of discovery awaits.


Nebraska History Museum Where History Lives 131 Centennial Mall N (402) 471-4782 Free Admission



LINCOLN SHINES AS AN INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION FOR SPORTS ATTRACTION Lincoln has secured its reputation as a destination city for international sporting events. For years, Lincoln has been recognized as having some of the best sports fans in the US and identified itself as a sports destination city. In recent years however with world-class facilities, a strong sports base and an increased momentum others have taken notice and are booking significant events in Lincoln. Lincoln is sweeping top national rankings which are validating its success, yet its charming character and modesty still rings true.

Convention and Visitors Bureau staff exceeded the needs of our team behind the scenes.” The NORCECA Women’s Olympic Qualifier was held at Pinnacle Bank Arena in January 2016. Participating teams included the USA, Dominican Republic, Canada and Puerto Rico. The United States prevailed after defeating all three opponents during the three day event. Over 10,000 fans cheered on the USA as they beat the Dominican Republic for their shot at the 2016 Olympic Games.

Lincoln hosted the USA Wrestling World Team Trials in June of 2017. This event brought the best junior and senior freestyle wrestlers from all over the country a Over 10,000 volleyball fans cheered on the USA as they beat the Dominican Republic for chance to compete at the World Championships in their shot at the 2016 Olympic Games. Paris, France.  Nearly 5,000 wrestling fans converged Park, Lancaster Event Center and on the Bob Devaney Sports Center newly modernized University of to watch former Olympic and World Nebraska facilities among others, Champions compete at the highest beckon new events and provide level. The event was highlighted by endless opportunities for fans that stay. the final match of the night when former Husker and three times World Lincoln scored big wins in recruiting Champion Jordan Burroughs took on a trifecta of major international four times NCAA Champion Kyle Dake events in hosting USA Volleyball, for the final spot on Team USA.  USA Wrestling and Lincoln was most recently tapped to host major events The National High School Rodeo with the 2020 and 2021 National Association selected Lincoln, Nebraska High School Rodeo finals. Selection with a vote of 47-0 to be the committee for national events agree, host of the 2020 and 2021 NHSRA it is an incredible time to be Championships. Over 1,700 athletes in Lincoln. will compete in 13 rodeo events at the

A new cityscape welcomes fans and visitors as they enter Lincoln. A glimmering new Arena, Haymarket

“Lincoln was a tremendous partner as we co-hosted the North, Central America and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation (NORCECA), said Melissa Weymouth Senior Manager National Team events and sponsorship from USA Volleyball, “The Lincoln

Lancaster Event Center. This event will see representatives from 43 states, 5 Canadian provinces and Australia, each sending 4 qualifiers in every event.

For more information on international sporting events coming to the Lincoln area, please visit




140 N 8th St., Ste. 60, The Apothecary (402) 477-7801 | Business Hours: Thurs.–Sun.; Weekday bookings by appointment

ADVENTURE GOLF CENTER K-7 5901 S 56th St. (56th & Old Cheney Rd.) (402) 421-2254 Hours: Mid-March–Mid-October

Get your competitive juices going in a family-friendly atmosphere with two beautifully landscaped 18-hole courses; six batting cages; an arcade and clubhouse with snack bar.

CHAMPIONS FUN CENTER I-3 1555 Yolande Ave. | (402) 434-7066

Hours: Winter: Mon.–Thurs. 10 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10 am–12 am, Sun. 11 am–10 pm, Summer: Mon.–Thurs. 10 am–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10 am–12 am, Sun. 11 am–11 pm

Escape Lincoln is a real-life adventure game where participants are locked in a room and use puzzles and clues around them in order to “escape.”

LINCOLN ESCAPE ROOM I-6 3700 S 9th St., Ste. D | (402) 432-7306

Hours: Mon.–Wed. 4–9 pm, Thurs. 4–10 pm, Fri. 12–11:30 pm, Sat. 10:15 am–11:30 pm, Sun. 12–9 pm

Lincoln Escape Room is a physical adventure game, in which people are locked in a room with friends, family or complete strangers and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues and escape the room within 60 minutes. Escape Room also offers Escape Reality VR, Lincoln’s first ever virtual reality room.

Champions Fun Center is the place for fun family entertainment. Enjoy an 18-hole mini golf course, batting cages, water wars, four-story freefall, go-karts, adventure maze, open bowling and cosmic bowling, 70+ arcade/redemption games and a snack bar that has pizza, giant pretzels, hot dogs, chicken strips and more.



Laser Tag is a mildly aerobic, thrill seeking game that is fun for all ages! The object of the game is to score as many points by tagging other players, while trying to avoid being tagged yourself. The 6,840 square-feet arena can hold up to 30 players at a time and leave players with an experience they will never forget!

16500 SW 14th St. Martell, NE | (402) 464-2769 Nebraska’s premier paintball park for the past 26 years. The park includes 21 acres of wooded area with seven different playing fields. The park now specializes in low-impact paintball for ages 8 and up. Come in for birthday parties, bachelor parties, church outings, corporate events and just plain fun. Now featuring online booking and waivers.


345 Sporting Village Drive, Ste. 1 (402) 817-6900 | Hours: Mon. 10 am–9 pm, Tues.–Thurs. 3:30–9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10 am–11 pm, Sun. 11 am–7 pm

Defy Gravity is the first trampoline park in Nebraska where you can actually bounce off the walls during open jump, play dodgeball on the trampoline, act like you are in the Mission Impossible movies inside the laser maze and so much more.

6600 N 27th St. | (402) 476-4824

Hours: Fall/Winter: Wed. & Thurs. 6–9 pm, Fri. 5–11 pm, Sat. 11 am –11 pm, Sun. 12–7 pm, Summer: Tues.–Thurs. 1–9 pm, Fri. 1–10 pm, Sat. 11 am–10 pm, Sun. 1–7 pm


8431 Cody Dr. | (402) 261-0440 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 10 am–9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10 am–9:30 pm, Sun. 11 am–8 pm

Your outdoor playland...indoors! Kids of all ages can have a fun-tastic time. The space includes: playsets with many different activities, fun maze, inflatable jumpers, foam pit, toddler area, jumping pillow, a big ball-pit, an arcade (not included in the pass) and a snack area to satisfy your cravings.




Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–10 pm; Sat. & Sun. 10 am–8 pm


930 N 14th St. | (402) 472-4777

Discover Nebraska’s largest climbing and bouldering gym, a three-story 2,383 sq. ft. space with 30 rope lines. A unique spot for a kid’s birthday party. Rent gear for all adventures–bikes to explore the city trails; canoes, kayaks and paddleboards for nearby waterways; and tents and coolers for camping. Cross-country ski rentals available in winter.

ARBORETUMS ALICE ABEL ARBORETUM K-3 Nebraska Wesleyan University 5000 St. Paul Ave. | (402) 465-7530

DOWNTOWN LINCOLN ARBORETUM 206 S 13th St., Ste. 101 | (402) 441-0020 66 Square Blocks Downtown

LINCOLN CHILDREN’S ZOO 15/EE-5 1222 S 27th St. | (402) 475-6741

LINCOLN LOWER PLATTE SOUTH NRD I-3 3125 Portia St. | (402) 476-2729


West Prospector & Folsom streets (402) 471-4444 | By Appointment Only

8200 Cody Dr. |



1445 K St. | (402) 471-0491

PIONEERS PARK NATURE CENTER G-6 3201 S Coddington Ave. | (402) 441-8708

PRAIRIE PINES ARBORETUM J-3 UNL East Campus | 407 Hardin Hall


Southwest corner of 27th & Capital Parkway (402) 441-7847 |

TAYLOR PARK NEIGHBORHOOD K-4 330 Park Vista | (402) 489-3006

JOSHUA C. TURNER ARBORETUM K-6 Union College 3800 S 48th St. | (402) 486-2536



UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA— LINCOLN BOTANICAL GARDEN AND ARBORETUM 12 garden areas on both City (1400 R St.) and East campus (1705 Arbor Dr.) (402) 472-2679 |

WYUKA CEMETERY J-4 3600 O St. | (402) 474-3600

ASTRONOMY & SPACE SHOWS RALPH MUELLER PLANETARIUM 7/CC-2 University of Nebraska–Lincoln 210 Morrill Hall | (402) 472-2641 Hours: Shows on Sat. & Sun.

The Ralph Mueller Planetarium at Morrill Hall is the premier fulldome theater in Nebraska! Come for an exciting adventure through space, natural history and beyond—an unforgettable experience! Children must be at least 4 years old to be admitted.


Holmes Lake, South Shore Rd. (402) 441-7094 | Hours: March (DST)–August: Sundown–11 pm; September: 8–11 pm; October–March (DST) 7–10 pm

Built, furnished and operated entirely by donations, Hyde Memorial Observatory is devoted exclusively to public viewing, completely free of admission charge, staffed only by volunteers. The observatory is located on the south side of Holmes Lake in southeast Lincoln.

CAMPGROUNDS LANCASTER EVENT CENTER CAMPING 25/M-2 4100 N 84th St. | (402) 441-6545 Hours: (Business office) Mon.–Fri. 8 am–4:30 pm

Camp under the Nebraska sky at the back of the 160 acre grounds. Camping amenities include: 200 gravel or grass spots, 30/50-amp electrical hookups, showers in the multi-purpose arena (open during event hours), potable water fill up and dump station in the parking lot at the entrance. Book online or call (402) 441-6545.

CAMP A WAY CAMPGROUND 34/H-2 200 Campers Cir. (1st & Superior streets) (402) 476-2282 |

Camp A Way Campground is a full-service RV Park that’s consistently been rated in the Top 5% of North America. This year-round park features full service 30/50-amp RV sites, cabins and roomy tent sites. Also included: Wi-Fi, cable TV, heated pool, laundry, dog park, family activities and events, convenience store, snack bar and gift shop.

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING Lincoln parks offer a great diversity of terrain. Two excellent parks for cross-country skiing are Wilderness, 15 miles of treelined trails, and Pioneers, with large stands of wooded areas and challenging slopes. Park areas are open 7 am to sunset. Because of the danger to turf, no skiing or sledding is allowed on city golf courses.


FISHING & WATER SPORTS Salt Valley lakes offer fishing for channel catfish, largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, bullhead, carp and other species. Also there is boating, jet skiing, swimming and camping allowed for day-use. A state park permit is required at state recreation areas (SRA). Fishing licenses are required for anyone 16 and over at all areas. To learn more, or ask about 1-day and 3-day fishing licenses, visit or call Nebraska Game and Parks at (402) 471-0641.

GOLF (CITY) Challenge yourself at one of Lincoln’s many picturesque golf courses. For general information, call the Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department at (402) 441-7847 or visit Call individual courses to arrange tee times or for other specific information.

HIGHLANDS GOLF COURSE 5/G-2 5501 NW 12th St. | (402) 441-6081 Sunrise to Sunset

The 18-hole “Highlands” course at Highlands Golf Course facility features 7,021 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.5 and it has a slope rating of 119. The Highlands Golf Course opened in 1993. Highlands also has a full grass driving range and golf shop.

HOLMES PARK GOLF COURSE 8/K-5 3701 S 70th St. | (402) 441-8960 Sunrise to Sunset

The 18-hole “Holmes Park” course at the Holmes Golf Course facility features 6,805 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Floyd Farley, ASGCA, the Holmes Park Golf Course opened in 1963. The course sits next to Holmes Lake and has a full grass driving range and snack area for drinks and food.

JIM AGER MEMORIAL GOLF COURSE AND LEARNING CENTER 9/J-5 3761 Normal Blvd. | (402) 441-8963 Hours: March 15–Nov. 15, 8 am–Sunset

Jim Ager Golf Course is a fun 9-hole, short course that is easy to walk. Great for families to play together or golfers just learning the game. There are no tee times first come, first tee off and every hole is a Par 3. The course is located within 5 minutes to Downtown. Course has club rentals for juniors and adults and pull carts are also available. A new sport called FootGolf can also be played at the Ager course; it is a combination of golf and soccer. Instead of a swinging a golf club you kick a soccer ball into an oversized hole.

MAHONEY GOLF COURSE 11/L-3 7900 Adams St. | (402) 441-8969 Sunrise to Sunset

Mahoney Golf Course is unique in that it’s a par 70 course, rather than a par 72. This makes for a fun and challenging experience. There are six par 3s. You are forced to hit six great iron shots to have a decent round. Located in northeast Lincoln, the course features many trees that provide a breathtaking view in the fall.

PIONEERS GOLF COURSE 13/F-5 3403 W Van Dorn St. | (402) 441-8966 Sunrise to Sunset

Pioneers is the oldest public golf course in Lincoln. The 18-hole course, built in 1930, is spread across a gradual hill, which the beautiful clubhouse sits atop. The unique thing about this course is that there are no sand bunkers on the course, it plays to a par 72 and the total yardage is just over 6,500 yards. Consistently year after year the Pioneers course is the most played golf course in Lincoln. Located in west Lincoln, the course gives golfers stunning views of Pioneers Park and is surrounded by trees and rolling hills. If you like to golf, this is a must play in Lincoln.




333 S 134th St. | (402) 489-7899 This championship 18-hole, par 72, golf course plays down into the beautiful valley and finishes back up hill towards the full-service clubhouse. It has five sets of tees to choose from for varied difficulty.

HIDDEN VALLEY GOLF CLUB 4/N-7 10501 Pine Lake Rd. | (402) 483-2532

This 18-hole, par 70, layout sprawls across a lush, tree-lined valley and two slopes southeast of Lincoln. A creek meanders across the course to feed two ponds, which come into play on several of the imaginatively designed holes.

HIMARK GOLF COURSE 7/M-6 8901 Augusta Dr. | (402) 488-7888

This, 27-hole, par 36 course offers a spectacular layout and is open year round to the public. HiMark is located in southeast Lincoln and has been voted the Best Greens in Lincoln and is perfect for all skill levels. The facilities include a seasonal golf lounge and two banquet rooms perfect for groups of all sizes.



375 Fletcher Ave. | (402) 476-1012 The Links 9-hole course is an affordable luxury golf club with a challenging course and use of the Clubhouse Grill, Club Room, game room, fitness center and golf shop.


6601 S 84th St. | (402) 488-7105 Pine Lake is a challenging 9-hole, par 3, course that offers reasonable rates and a family atmosphere. Find them on Facebook.


1800 Wilderness Woods Pl. | (402) 434-5106 Hours: Sun. & Sat., Call for tee times

Wilderness Ridge is the most unique golf course in the state. With its granite boulder-lined ponds and streams, waterfalls, bent grass fairways and more than 6,000 trees throughout the 18-hole championship course and 9-hole talon course, it’s truly a resort style golfing experience. Wilderness Ridge is also home to the UNL golf teams.

HUNTING For specific dates and fee information call the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission at (402) 471-0641.


Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 12–8 pm; Sat. & Sun. 12–6 pm; Wed. Closed

The Outdoor Education Center is a fully-staffed shooting facility focusing on educating people of all ages to the shooting sports. They provide the equipment and the instruction in archery, handgun and rifle. Climate controlled indoor firearm range is available for those ages 8 and over. The archery range is available for ages 6 and over. Personal archery, crossbow and firearm up to 30-06 rifle and 44 Mag handgun welcome. The Outdoor Education Center is a great option for fun after 12 pm with friends, family, teams and corporate groups.

ICE SKATING Outdoor rinks are prepared by the Parks and Recreation Department throughout the ice skating season. They are open for public use until 11 pm each night. Call (402) 441-7847 after 9 am to inquire about ice conditions.

HOLMES LAKE L-5 70th & Normal Blvd., East portion

OAK LAKE PARK H-4 Charleston St. & Sun Valley Blvd.

JOHN BRESLOW ICE HOCKEY CENTER 47/BB-2 433 V St. | (402) 472-2758

The John Breslow Ice Hockey Center is a premier ice skating experience for the public. Home to the University of Nebraska Husker Hockey Club. John Breslow Ice Hockey Center also offers public skating, stick & puck, drop-in hockey sessions, birthday parties, learn to skate, youth and adult hockey and broomball. Ice rentals are also available.


1880 Transformation Dr. | (402) 474-7827

THE RAILYARD ICE RINK 45/BB-3 300 Canopy St. | The Railyard Ice Rink is a seasonal outdoor ice skating rink that has become a special wintertime tradition. The rink is open seven days a week during the winter.

MOTOCROSS/BMX ABBOTT MOTOCROSS PARK L-1 8033 Arbor Rd. | (402) 413-0234

Hours: open four days a week for riding—call track hotline for weekly schedule or visit website

The Abbott Motocross Facility features three motocross tracks and off-road riding trails. The main track is 1.5 miles long and 30 feet wide. This track features doubles, tabletops, rhythm-sections, rollers and off-camber corners. The vintage track consists of natural terrain and rolling hills. There is also a mini-track open to youth riders on 50cc or 65cc motorcycles or ATVs. Competitive events held throughout the year.


101 Charleston St. | (402) 570-5734 Hours: 6 am–10 pm (sunrise-sunset). Park closed when track is muddy or unsuitable to ride

Star City BMX has been in Lincoln since 1988. They are a non-profit, volunteer-ran BMX bicycle park. Star City is a public park, they welcome you to come and ride.


23rd & N streets | 33rd & Sheridan Blvd. (402) 441-7847 | Hours: Sun.–Sat. Sunrise–11 pm

Antelope Park is a particularly beautiful park offering extensive facilities, including the Hamann Rose Gardens, Sunken Gardens, fountains, public art, Ager Learning Golf Course, Veterans Memorial Garden, trails system and a universally accessible playground area.

The Ice Box, home to the Lincoln Stars, is a 200 x 85-foot NHL regulation skating rink. The Lincoln Stars, a USHL hockey team, play from September–April. Public Skating is open from October-April. Call or visit the website for game schedule, ticket information, group nights, fundraising or general information.



18th & E streets | (402) 441-7847 Hours: Sun.–Sat. Sunrise–11 pm

This quaint, Victorian-inspired style park includes a gazebo, fountain, play area and benches all surrounded by an ornate cast iron fence. It is tucked away in Lincoln’s historic Near South neighborhood.


70th & Normal Blvd. | (402) 441-7847

A man-made lake is the center feature of Holmes Park and is a Lincoln favorite for non-motorized boating, picnicking and fishing. The park also offers ball diamonds, a playground, an 18-hole public golf course and the Hyde Memorial Observatory. In winter, part of the lake is cleared of snow for ice skating and sledders fill the hills.


3201 S Coddington Ave. | (402) 441-7847

Pioneers Park includes over 288 acres of green space including sports fields, trails, bridle paths, playground areas, shelters and a large hill for sledding in the winter. The Pioneers Park Nature Center (653 acres), located on the west side of the park offers a variety of nature programming for all ages. The Pioneers Golf Course (179 acres) located on the northwest side of the park is one of the oldest courses in Lincoln. Pioneers Park is also home to Pinewood Bowl.


11700 SW 100th St. Denton, NE | (402) 797-2301 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–5 pm; Sat. & Sun. 1–5 pm; Trails are open from sunrise to sunset. Closed major holidays.

Experience the sights and sounds of an 850-acre native tallgrass prairie preserve. Twenty minutes southwest of Lincoln, Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center offers prairie, wetland and woodland habitats; miles of walking trails; a straw-bale constructed visitor center and trail ruts from the Nebraska City-Fort Kearny Cutoff of the Oregon Trail. Interactive exhibits will engage the whole family!

SUNKEN GARDENS EE-5 27th & D streets | (402) 441-7847 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 5 am–11 pm

Sunken Gardens is a beautiful terraced garden featuring reflecting ponds, thousands of annuals, a waterfall, paved pathways with donated engraved concrete pavers that memorialize special people and events, restrooms and an ornate gazebo. The gardens are ADA accessible.




PIONEERS PARK NATURE CENTER 21/F-6 3201 S Coddington Ave. Hours: Mon.–Sat. 8:30 am–5 pm; Sun. 12–5 pm

The Nature Center, at the west end of Pioneers Park, features eight miles of walking trails through native prairie, woodlands and wetlands. Bison, elk, hawks and owls are exhibited in outdoor enclosures. Stop by the Prairie Building and Chet Ager Building to visit small animals exhibits, hands-on displays and bird, children’s and herb garden. Follow us: @lnknaturecenter




2600 Arbor Ave. Nebraska City, NE (402) 873-7222 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 9 am–5 pm; Sun. 11 am–5 pm; Winter: Weekends Only

Arbor Lodge State Historical Park in Nebraska City is the original estate of J. Sterling Morton, the founder of Arbor Day. The park includes a historic mansion, arboretum, Italian terraced garden, a log cabin, hiking trails and a carriage house. The mansion is open for tours and special events under the direction of the Arbor Day Foundation.


VETERANS MEMORIAL GARDEN 30/EE-5 3200 Veterans Memorial Dr. | (402) 441-7847 A visit to this site in Lincoln’s historic Antelope Park will take you on a walking tour of over twenty one military monuments. A place of solemn beauty, the garden allows peaceful reflection and serves as a permanent reminder of the sacrifices veterans have made to preserve our freedom. Military individuals have been honored with “Bricks of Honor” that are permanently displayed throughout this garden. Veteran’s Memorial Garden is located within Antelope Park at 3200 Veterans Memorial Drive.

WILDERNESS PARK H-5–H-7 1st & Van Dorn streets | 27th & Saltillo Rd. (402) 441-7847

Wilderness Park, Lincoln’s largest park, covers more than 1,475 acres and features over 22 miles of bridle, hiking and biking trails. The trails begin in southwest Lincoln at South 1st and Park Boulevard. The Jamaica North Trail goes through the park stretching six and a half miles and connecting with the Homestead Trail south of Saltillo Road.


28500 W Park Hwy. Ashland, NE (402) 944-2523 Eugene T. Mahoney State Park is open year-round. Overnight cabin and lodge room accommodations, camping and food service is available. Seasonal activities: include interpretive programs, family aquatic center, ice skating rink, activities center, indoor playground, horseback rides, playhouse theater, fishing, hiking and biking. State park permit is required.


30 minutes east on I-80 at Exit 426 South Ashland, NE (402) 944-9453 | Hours: Apr.–Oct., Sun.–Sat. 9 am–5 pm

Drive your car through free-ranging North American wildlife in natural habitat! See bison, white-tailed deer, cranes in wetland habitat and hike to Pawnee Creek Trailhead. Enjoy beautiful gardens, small-animals exhibits, gift shop and accessories at the Visitors Center.






Lincoln is a skateboard friendly community with multiple outdoor skate parks. The Bay is an indoor skateboarding venue that features coffee, music and other amenities.

Pioneers Park is a beautiful winter park with a ramp for sledding. The park is open 7 am to sunset in winter. However, when the snow cover is adequate for good sledding, the ramp area is lighted and open for use until 11 pm.

PETER PAN SKATE PARK J-4 32nd & W streets | (402) 441-7847 Hours: Daylight Hours only. Fees: No Fee

The facility in Peter Pan Park is an outdoor, modular unit skate park. Peter Pan Park has many fun things to enjoy including a half-court basketball, sand volleyball, hard-surfaced tennis courts, soccer fields, horseshoe courts, a playground as well as a skate park. The park is constructed with metal framing and skatelite surfacing and includes a large ledge and small box for tricks. Posted rules and regulations apply.


27th & Tierra to 37th & Carnelian streets (402) 441-7847 | Hours: Daylight Hours only. Fees: No Fee

The Tierra Skate Park is an outdoor, modular skate park. Located southeast of the 27th and Highway 2 intersection, Tierra Briarhust Park includes this skate park as well as ball fields, a disc golf course, a playground, baseball and tennis courts. The newly renovated skate park facility is intended to appeal to a wide variety of users of various experience levels by incorporating design/construction techniques and materials to mimic streetscape elements and urban architecture within a public park space. Posted rules and regulations apply.

SWIMMING Outdoor public swimming pools are generally open at 1 pm through the summer, weather permitting. Pool season is Memorial Day weekend to the second Sunday in August. For a listing of neighborhood pools, call Lincoln Parks and Recreation at (402) 441-7847. No swimming is allowed in the lakes in the city parks. Information regarding pool hours and admissions is available at

HIGHLANDS AQUATICS CENTER G-2 5511 NW 12th St. | (402) 441-7800 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 1–8 pm, Sat. & Sun. 1–6 pm

Highlands Aquatic Center is an outdoor, seasonal, public swimming pool facility opening Memorial Day weekend. Zero-depth entry, accessible facility, drop slide and other amenities are available.

STAR CITY SHORES J-6 27th & Highway 2 | (402) 441-6670 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 12:30–8 pm

Star City Shores is an outdoor, seasonal, public swimming pool facility opening Memorial Day weekend. Zero-depth entry, accessible facility, two big slides, two small water slides, large dump bucket, water play feature, family changing rooms and a concession stand.


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WOODS TENNIS CENTER 35/EE-3 401 S 33rd St. | (402) 441-7095

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 8 am –10 pm, Sat. 7 am–7 pm, Sun. 8 am–8 pm

Lessons and leagues for junior and adults of all ages and ability levels from recreational level to high performance; adult cardio tennis; adult and jr. team tennis; tournament, events and open court time. Open to the public, no membership required. Fifteen premium-surfaced asphalt courts, six are covered for indoor play during cold or inclement weather.

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MISTY’S 200 N 11th St. I-4


6235 Havelock Ave. J-7

727 S 11th St. BB-4 | (402) 435-1133

3930 Village Dr. K-3 (402) 476-7766 |

Hours: Daily 7 am–9 pm

Hours: Locations Vary

3535 Holdrege St., # 130 J-3 | (402) 904-7937

For over 50 years Misty’s in Historic Havelock has been Lincoln’s favorite place for steaks and prime rib. In 2003, Misty’s Downtown opened adding quality hand-crafted ales to their menu. Top quality products and excellent service are the driving force behind this Lincoln landmark.

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 7 am–8 pm, Sat. & Sun. 8 am–4 pm

Cultiva Labs DD-4 2510 Randolph St. | (402) 975-2664 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 7 am–6 pm, Sat. 8 am–4 pm, Sun. Closed

Cultiva Coffee is a locally and independently-owned coffee roaster, retailer, wholesaler and creperie located in Lincoln. Their goal and passion is to curate thoughtful and delicious coffee and food offerings.



Single Barrel is a Nebraska butchery and whiskey bar that specializes in hand-cut steaks and wood-smoked BBQ. Proudly serving all made-from-scratch dishes with as much locally sourced ingredients as they can find! They offer a wide selection of local beers along with over 160 whiskeys from around the world. Check out for their shows and concerts as well!

130 N 10th St. | (402) 904-4631 Hours: Tues. 11 am–10 pm, Wed.–Sat. 11–2 am, Sun. 4:30–10 pm

1100 O St. | (402) 475-9575 Hours: Lunch Mon.–Fri. 11:30 am–1:30 pm, Dinner Mon.–Thurs. 5–9:30 pm, Fri. & Sat. 5–10:30 pm

At DISH their mission is to share their passion for food, drink and community. Featuring New American fare and a carefully curated wine and cocktail list, DISH showcases local farmers and offers an inviting space for casual dinners and special occasions alike. Stop in to experience one of Downtown Lincoln’s premiere dining spots.

LAZZARI’S PIZZA 1434 O St. CC-3 | (402) 475-5556 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 11 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–2 am

4701 Old Cheney Rd. J-6 | (402) 423-0234 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 11 am–10 pm

Authentic New York style pizza, pasta and calzones are featured.

LINCOLN ESPRESSO CC-3 112 S 16th St. | (402) 438-0650 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 6:30 am–9 pm, Sun. 7 am–6 pm

Lincoln Espresso was founded in 1997 and is locally-owned and operated. It features a full coffee menu with any drink prepared hot, iced or blended. Real fruit smoothies (with funny names!) are also offered. The coffee shop provides drive-thru service as well as inside seating with free WiFi for guests who stay and enjoy their coffee or smoothie.

THE GREEN GATEAU BB-3 330 S 10th St. | (402) 477-0330 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 11 am–2 pm, 5–9 pm, Sat. 8 am–9 pm, Sun. 8 am–3 pm

The Green Gateau is a locally-owned, full-service restaurant open for 24 years featuring American Contemporary cuisine. The Green Gateau proudly serves Black Angus beef, fresh seafood and pasta, as well as salads, sandwiches and homemade desserts. A Wine Spectator award winner, voted best brunch by the Lincoln Journal Star and best restaurant by Trip Advisor.

TICO’S CC-3 317 S 17th St. | (402) 475-1048 Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–10 pm

A Lincoln tradition! Tico’s has been serving Lincoln’s finest Mexican food for over 40 years. Enjoy entrées like the Chile Rellenos, Fish Tacos and Fajitas. Try the famous margaritas or select a beverage from the full bar. Mexican Brunch available Sundays from 11 am–2 pm. Take-out, catering and private party room available. Reservations accepted.




247 N 8th St., Ste. 101 | (402) 475-8822

301 N 8th St. | (402) 261-8849

Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–11 pm

Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 11 am–Midnight, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–1 am, Sun. 11 am–10:30 pm

Located in Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket, Buzzard Billy’s specializes in Cajun and Creole specialties, serving alligator, jambalaya, gumbo and many southern recipes. They also feature Nebraska steaks and Buffalo meat, as well as seafood, chicken, pastas, salads and sandwiches. Be sure to check out The Starlite Lounge martini bar in the basement.

LeadBelly is a local restaurant in the heart of the Historic Haymarket. The menu offers a little something for everyone from the signature LeadBelly burgers to street tacos, entrees, sandwiches, pastas and more. Haymarket patrons can indulge in unique appetizers and fresh salads, and choose from a broad selection of local beers, wine and cocktails.

CRESCENT MOON COFFEE BB-3 140 N 8th St., Ste. 10 (Lower Level) (402) 435-2828 | Hours: Mon.–Sat. 7 am–11 pm, Sun. 9 am–9 pm

Crescent Moon serves a variety of single origin and locally roasted coffees, loose leaf teas, espresso specialty drinks, craft beer, wine and cocktails. In addition to an extensive drink menu, Crescent Moon offers made-to-order crepes, panini sandwiches, soups and snacks and live music and poetry evenings. Check out the website for a complete schedule.

JTK CUISINE AND COCKTAILS BB-3 201 N 7th St. | (402) 435-0161 Hours: Mon.–Sat. Lunch 11 am–1:30 pm, Dinner 5–Close

Located in the Haymarket in the Historic Lincoln Station, JTK offers diners a distinctive ambiance. The menu reflects Contemporary American foundations while focusing on the use of superior quality ingredients and refined culinary techniques.

LAZLO’S BREWERY & GRILL 210 N 7th St. | (402) 434-5636 BB-3 5900 Old Cheney Rd. | (402) 323-8500 K-7 Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–Midnight

Lazlo’s Brewery & Grill offers creative comfort food served with a contemporary flair. The food is hand-crafted from scratch with fresh ingredients, and cooked on our custom-grill fueled by hickory wood. Pair it with one of their handcrafted ales from their in-house brewery, Empyrean Brewing Company.


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311 N 8th St., Ste. 101 | (402) 477-3959

737 P St. | (402) 480-7475

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 8 am–3 pm, Sun. 11 am–3 pm

Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 5–9 pm, Fri. 3–9 pm, Sat. & Sun. 11 am–9 pm

Since 2000, Maggie’s Café has been proudly serving organic, handcrafted vegetarian and vegan fare. A trusted source for farm-to-table, non-GMO, seasonal vegetarian cooking. Maggie’s Café is committed to sustainable agriculture by buying from local farmers and producers. Maggie’s Avocado Melt Wrap was featured in Food Network Magazine.

America’s first authentic Brazilian steakhouse highlighted by grilled items on three-foot skewers, perfectly seasoned and carved tableside by Brazilian-style gauchos. Unlimited complimentary sides and 30+ item gourmet salad bar included. Enhance your meal with their extensive drink/wine list and finish off with a traditional homemade dessert. Lincoln’s most unique and sizzling dining experience!

MCKINNEY’S IRISH PUB BB-3 151 N 8th St., Ste. 140 | (402) 477-0021 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 11 am–2 am

Mckinney’s Pub is an Irish pub located in the Haymarket and opened in November 2013. Mckinney’s offers a large selection of craft beer and Irish whiskeys. The kitchen is open daily 11 am–10 pm.

THE MILL COFFEE & TEA 800 P St. | (402) 475-5522 BB-3 Haymarket Hours: 7 am–11 pm

4736 Prescott Ave. | (402) 327-9391 K-6 College View Hours: 6:30 am–10 pm

2021 Transformation Drive | (402) 413-9191 I-3 Bistro Hours: 7 am–10 pm


330 S 21st Street DD-3

728 Q St. | (402) 475-8683

Telegraph Hours: 7 am–10 pm

Hours: Call for hours

You want it? They got it! The NZone has over 20 years of experience serving the Haymarket and now the Railyard. Wings! Pizza! Burgers! Super selection of beers! Sports! All this with service and prices that cannot be beat in the area!

The Mill Coffee & Tea is a coffee house, espresso and tea house and on-site coffee roaster. In addition to a full line of coffee and fine teas, The Mill offers house-made sandwiches, baked goods, desserts, gourmet candies and chocolates, all in a casual and eclectic environment. Craft beer and wine offered at the Telegraph and Bistro locations.



800 Q St. | (402) 975-2322 Hours: Call for hours

Lincoln’s newest bakery is now open! The Rabbit Hole Bakery offers the Haymarket, as well as Lincoln, the best in custom made cakes and desserts for any occasion. Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, The Rabbit Hole Bakery helps make any event even more special with their sweet touch. Located at 8th & Q St. in the Historic Haymarket, the Rabbit Hole is also a great afterdinner stop to find that perfect dessert to top off the evening. Or, try one of their desserts and drink parings. The Rabbit Hole Bakery, a unique Lincoln attraction.

808 P St., Ste. 100 | (402) 435-3889 Hours: Lunch Mon.–Fri. 11 am–2 pm, Dinner Sun.–Sat. Starting at 5 pm

For 24 years Vincenzo’s has been a locally owned and operated restaurant. They pride themselves on exceptional service and our extraordinary home-style cuisine. Voted “Lincoln’s Top Italian Restaurant” by the Lincoln Journal Star. They offer delectable pastas, chicken, veal, steaks and seafood.


HIRO 88 BB-3 601 R St., Ste. 100 | (402) 261-9388 Hours: Sun.–Tues. 11 am–10 pm, Wed. & Thurs. 11 am–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–Midnight

Indulge your Imagination

Hiro strives to meet the best of both worlds, offering both cooked Asian cuisine as well as sushi. Currently with three Omaha locations, Lincoln is Hiro’s third restaurant. They have received accolades such as Wine Enthusiasts Award of Excellence, “Best Sushi Restaurant” in Lincoln and Open Table Service Awards.

NORTH At The Rabbit Hole Bakery we believe in small batch baking and providing top quality sweets and treats, with no shortcuts!

800 Q St, Suite 10 Lincoln, NE | 402.975.2322

THE RAILYARD BUFFALO WINGS & RINGS 350 Canopy St., Ste. 200 | (402) 261-9464 BB-3 6820 O St. | (531) 739-0075 L-4 Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–Midnight

Whether it’s famous wings and rings, the perfect beer pairing or giving you BW&R’s bold take on burgers, sandwiches and salads, Buffalo Wings & Rings is the kind of inviting place where friends and family get together, watch a game and share stories.

GATE 25 BAR AND RESTAURANT BB-3 300 Canopy St., Ste. 140 | (402) 261-4140 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 11 am–Close

Gate 25 is a Modern American Bar and Restaurant. The perfect place for you to eat, drink and rally. The destination for all Canopy St. events, concerts, sporting events, entertainment, etc. Private party room available.


BANHWICH CAFE I-4 940 N 26th St., Ste. 201 | (402) 261-4655 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm, Sun. 10 am–8 pm

Specialty Vietnamese restaurant in Asian fusion and Vietnamese sandwiches, banh mi. Also serving and specialize in bubble tea and frozen yogurt. Their restaurant has over 17 styles of sandwiches, from Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese and Thai-inspired creations. Come visit the Cafe in the little Saigon Shopping Plaza next to Pho Factory!

SPIKES BEACH BAR & GRILLE I-3 2300 Judson St. | (402) 477-1175 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 11 am–1 am, Sun. 12–1 am

Spikes Beach Bar and Grille is Lincoln’s premier sand volleyball complex and sports bar. Hands down, Spikes has Lincoln’s biggest beer garden! The Buffalo Chicken pizza is a MUST! Spikes also offers some of the best wings and burgers in town. The gourmet wraps and salads are a big hit with those looking for something a little lighter.




1625 Arbor Dr. | (402) 472-2828

2500 Tamarin Ridge Road (Inside the Holiday Inn Southwest) | (402) 858-0111

Hours: Mon.–Sun. 10 am–9 pm; Call for tours

Hours: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner: Mon.–Thurs. 6 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 6 am–1 am, Sun. 6 am–2 pm

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Dairy Store serves handmade ice creams, cheeses and meats to the Lincoln community and beyond. The UNL Dairy Store has been providing premium quality dairy products for the University of Nebraska—Lincoln since 1917. The best part? Each scoop gives UNL students jobs and supports their education.

SOUTH 9 SOUTH CHARGRILL I-5 844 South St. | (402) 474-9997 1201 Park Drive Hickman, NE | (402) 792-2268 Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–10 pm

9 South Chargrill is a casual grill with flair. Scratch cooking with locally sourced foods. They have a full wine list as well as craft breweries on tap. Reservations available. #1 Neighborhood Restaurant, according to Lincoln Journal Star. They serve steaks, duck, pastas, catfish and ribs. Catering is also available.

Aura has some of the most competitive beer prices in Lincoln. Happy Hour specials on draft beer and half-price appetizers from 3–6 pm.

CONROY’S FAMILY BAKERY I-7 1600 Normandy Ct. | (402) 261-5740 Hours: Mon. 4:30 am–3 pm, Tues.–Fri. 4:30 am–6 pm, Sat. 4:30 am–2 pm, Sun. Closed

Conroy’s Family Bakery has been serving the Lincoln and surrounding communities since 1957. They specialize in homemade donuts, rolls, breads and cakes for individual or group size orders. Their selection and service is amazing, as they cater to walk in traffic or special orders for your office, birthday or wedding events.

GOLDENROD PASTRIES K-6 3947 S 48th St. | (402) 486-4103 Hours: Tues.–Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Sat. 9 am–4 pm, Sun. & Mon. Closed

Goldenrod Pastries is a whimsical boutique bakery in the Prescott neighborhood. This female owned and operated shop is inclusive to most alternative diets with its many gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options. Goldenrod Pastries creates treats for special events and also has a daily selection for walk-in customers. Locally roasted coffee and specialty teas are also served.

SWEET MINOU DD-4 2510 Randolph St. | (402) 975-2664 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 7 am–2 pm

Sweet Minou offers a full drink menu, pastries and chocolates— all made with organic, fairly-traded cacao. The imaginative chocolates are enchanting, from bean-to-bar! Sweet Minou is located inside the Cultiva Labs facility.




Keith Peterson considered moving to a much larger city after graduating from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. “I looked into moving to Chicago or New York and probably would have if I didn’t receive such a great opportunity from Tom Smith at Smith Hayes to get into business,” he said. Peterson started with an internship at Smith Hayes in 2011 and was then hired as a financial adviser in 2012. Soon after getting settled into his career he fell more in love with the city and “can’t imagine ever leaving at this point,” he said. With the emergence of the Haymarket, Pinnacle Bank Arena, the Railyard, along with the growth in startup businesses, “it shows people that Lincoln is willing to evolve to become a cool city and not just a boring college town,” Peterson commented. Lincoln is a fantastic place for young professionals because of the job opportunities available. “The city is beaming with energy and city leaders actually listen to input from young professionals,” he said. Peterson is on the council of the Lincoln Young Professionals Group and continues to ensure young professionals have a voice in Lincoln on major decisions and that the young professionals are looked upon for guidance on where, and how the progressive city moves forward.


THE COFFEE ROASTER K-7 5022 Old Cheney Rd., Ste. 3 | (402) 421-1122 Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9 am–6 pm, Thurs. 9 am–8 pm, Sat. 9 am–4 pm, Sun. Closed

The Coffee Roaster has been providing exceptional air roasted coffee and service since 1995. They carefully select the highest quality specialty coffee from around the world, and roast daily to ensure customers always have a fresh roasted experience. They believe air roasted coffee simply tastes better.

THE HARBOR COFFEEHOUSE K-5 1265 S Cotner Blvd., Ste. 10 | (402) 489-1720 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 6:30 am–6 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–2 pm, Closed Sun.

The Harbor Coffeehouse is located in the heart of beautiful Lincoln, NE! The Harbor Coffeehouse offers espresso and a variety of specialty coffee, scrumptious pastries including the signature Loveknot, breakfast items served all day, and complete lunch menu of freshly made sandwiches, soups and salads.


WEST MERLE’S FOOD AND DRINK E-4 8250 W O St., Emerald, NE | (402) 474-6435 Hours: Tues.–Thurs. 11 am–9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–1 am, Sun. & Mon. Closed

“Feel at Home while Eating Out!” Merle’s has been in business since 1959 serving some of the best prime rib, steaks, awesome burgers, fried chicken and their house specialty: grilled walleye!

SHOEMAKER’S TRAVEL CENTER E-4 151 SW 48th St. | (402) 474-1771 Hours: 24/7

Lincoln’s landmark travel center and restaurant. Shoemaker’s Travel Center hand-cuts their steaks and chops and breads their own chicken-fried steak and pork tenderloin. Shoemaker’s serves breakfast all day, and has the best thick sliced bacon around. The antique gas station pumps memorabilia and the 200-foot mural of Historic Route 6 is amazing!

2785 S 17th St. | (402) 476-0606


Hours: Mon.–Sat. 5–10 pm; Occasional Sunday Brunches, visit their Facebook page for details


Set within an intimate, elegant French restaurant, The Normandy will welcome you with the sole purpose to provide you and your guests with a comfortable and exquisite dining experience. Born in 2010 at the farmers market and built throughout the years by loyal Lincolnites, The Normandy has matured into one of Lincoln’s finest restaurant.

THE WARM COOKIE I-6 3700 S 9th St. | (402) 310-2881 Hours: Carryout: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–6 pm, Sat. 9 am–2 pm, Delivery: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–5 pm

Lincoln’s only warm-cookie delivery service. All cookies are delivered warm, fresh-from-the-oven in a gift wrapped chocolate brown box with a hand-written card. Cookies are available by the dozen and the cost includes delivery and gift wrapping. Add milk or ice cream to your order to make it even more special. Carryout specials offered daily.


840 N 70th St. | (402) 261-9860 L-3 126 N 14th St. | (402) 261-4904 CC-3 2662 Cornhusker Hwy. J-3 Hours: Daily 11 am–9 pm

Honest Abe’s creates burgers and fries and that’s it. Because of this, they’re dedicated to using the freshest ingredients possible, locally made beef patties that are never frozen and hand cut freedom fries every day. They go beyond the normal toppings and reach for the exotic, matching flavors that bring out the best in each bite.

LA PAZ MEXICAN FARE AND CANTINA K-4 321 N Cotner Blvd. | (402) 466-9111 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 11 am–10 pm, Sun. 11 am–9 pm

La Paz is a family style sit-down restaurant. La Paz has been at its location for 28 years, and strives to provide high quality food and customer service.

LE QUARTIER BAKING COMPANY L-4 6900 O St., Ste. 132 | (402) 464-0345 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 7 am–5:30 pm, Sat. 7 am–4 pm, Sun. 8 am–2 pm

Le Quartier Baking Company is an artisan bread company producing authentic French breads and pastries as well as offering delicious soups, sandwiches and desserts.

PIZZA RANCH M-2 8420 Lexington Ave. | (402) 261-8039 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 11 am–9 pm, Sun. 11am–8 pm

Pizza Ranch offers a wide selection of pizza, salad, chicken, potatoes, vegetables and desserts in a unique buffet-style environment. Dine-in, carryout or let us deliver hot and fresh food to your door.

SOUTHWEST LINCOLN RACE COURSE WINNER’S CIRCLE SPORTS BAR & GRILLE H-7 7055 S 1st St. | (402) 474-5371 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 10:30 am–Close

PARKER’S SMOKEHOUSE K-4 8341 O St. | (402) 467-5110 Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–10 pm

Parker’s Smokehouse is a locally owned business that provides quality food and smokin’ service!

Lincoln’s premier entertainment destination! The only venue in town to Watch, Wager and Win on live Simulcast horse racing from tracks coast to coast, plus play Big Red KENO and pickle cards. Great signature food and beverage menu featuring daily, weekend and monthly specials. With over 240 HD TVs and three 16’x9’ big screens, you will never miss a Husker game and you can catch all the NFL action every week with the NFL Sunday Ticket. Also, unwind in the Smoking Paddock, Lincoln’s only inside smoking lounge!





1800 Wilderness Woods Place | (402) 434-5118

5500 S 56th St., Ste. 8 | (402) 423-2222

Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–9 pm (Kitchen) 10 pm (Bar), Fri. & Sat. 11 am–10 pm (Kitchen) 11 pm (Bar), Sunday Brunch 10 am–2 pm

Wilderness Ridge offers upscale, casual dining in a rustic lodge setting. Gourmet salads, juicy burgers, fresh seafood to steaks done just right, Wilderness Ridge’s seasonal menus offer something for everyone. Wet your whistle with a glass of wine, craft beer or a signature cocktail, enjoy live music on the weekends and brunch every Sunday.

SOUTHEAST FIREWORKS RESTAURANT M-6 5750 S 86th Dr. | (402) 434-5644 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 11 am–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–Midnight

FireWorks’ menu features the simplicity and beauty of primal flavors created over a wood fire, keeping the tradition of fromscratch recipes and house brewed beer. Burgers, wood-fired pizzas, seafood and more. Call ahead, happy hour, kids menu and private dining too.

Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 11 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–11 pm

The Parthenon is a Greek restaurant and tavern. They have wine dinners every month. The patio is always dog friendly. The Parthenon also has live entertainment that fluctuates monthly.

VENUE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE L-6 4111 Pioneer Woods Dr., Ste. 100 | (402) 488-8368 Hours: Open for Dining Mon.–Sat. 11 am–10 pm, Open for Cocktails Mon.–Thurs. 11 am–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11–1 am

Locally owned Venue Restaurant & Lounge blends locallysourced products with a true scratch-made kitchen for an authentic Nebraska experience. With one of the highest wine selections and two certified sommelier wine professionals on staff, Venue provides a passionate wine experience for every occasion. Drink, dine and gather at one of Lincoln’s finest destinations. Reservations are welcome for regular dining, monthly dinners, catering and events. Enjoy a local favorite at the Venue on the corner of 70th and Pioneers.



LOCALLY-OWNED FAST FOOD AMIGOS/ KINGS CLASSIC 4200 S 14th St. | (402) 423-6794 I-6 1407 Q St. | (402) 475-9819 CC-3 1515 Pine Lake Rd. | (402) 328-8797 I-7 1520 S Coddington Ave. | (402) 476-5090 G-5 2240 N 48th St. | (402) 465-4433 K-3

BRAEDA FRESH EXPRESS CAFÉ J-6 33rd & Pioneers Blvd. | (402) 488-6767 Mon.–Fri. 7 am–9 pm, Sat. & Sun. 7:30 am–9 pm

Gourmet quality FAST! The Braeda® menu showcases mouthwatering entrée salads, unique pastas, baked and deli sandwiches and soups as well as coffees, teas and specialty drinks.


27th & Capitol Pkwy. | (402) 476-4101 I-4

11th & G streets BB-4

29th & Cornhusker Hwy. | (402) 466-6088 J-3

44th & O streets K-4

56th & Old Cheney Rd. | (402) 420-2484 K-6

27th & Superior streets J-2

70th & A streets | (402) 489-9944 L-5

29th & Pine Lake Rd. J-7

6310 Havelock Ave. | (402) 466-9222 K-2

4120 S 48th St. K-6 (402) 475-1111 |

5701 NW 1st St. | (402) 476-4226 H-2 4700 W Huntington Ave. | (402) 470-2250 F-3 27th & Fletcher Ave. | (531) 218 0432 J-2 84th & Holdrege streets | (402) 261-5245 M-3 Hours: Listed on website for each store

Amigos is a locally-owned chain found only in Nebraska that originated in Lincoln 37 years ago! Open early for breakfast and late night for snacking—so you can enjoy Amigos’ freshly made food any time of day. Dine in or drive-thru. Menu offers soft tacos, nachos, burritos, burgers, wings and more.

Delivery Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 10:30 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10:30 am–11 pm, In Store: 10:30 am–Close (hours vary by location)

daVinci’s is a locally-owned and operated Italian restaurant open since 1978. daVinci’s delivers city wide plus five convenient dine-in locations. daVinci’s has the best gourmet pizzas, pasta, salads and the most popular hot hoagies & cheese steaks in Lincoln.




13th & E streets | (402) 475-7320 CC-4

301 Centennial Mall South | (402) 476-4111 CC-3

27th & Superior streets | (402) 477-0653 J-2

Mon.–Fri. 6:40 am–5 pm, Sat. & Sun. Closed

27th & Pine Lake Rd. | (402) 421-0808 J-7

3275 Cornhusker Hwy. | (402) 325-0196 J-3

33rd & Highway 2 | (402) 488-6701 J-6 40th & Randolph streets | (402) 483-6042 J-4 48th & O streets | (402) 488-5550 K-4 56th & Holdrege streets | (402) 466-1087 K-3 70th & Van Dorn streets | (402) 488-8043 L-5 84th & Holdrege streets | (402) 488-6808 L-4 87th & Highway 2 | (402) 488-1533 M-7

Mon.–Fri. 6 am–8 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–6 pm, Sun. 7 am–6 pm

1033 O St., Ste. 100 | (402) 474-5282 I-4 Mon.–Fri. 6:30 am–7 pm, Sat. 7 am–5 pm, Sun. Closed

151 N 8th St. | (402) 475-0115 I-4 Mon.–Thurs. 6:30 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 6:30 am–11 pm, Sun. 8 am–10 pm

2700 Dan Ave. | (402) 742-0263 J-2 Mon.–Sat. 6 am–10 pm, Sun. 7 am–10 pm

5535 S 16th St. | (402) 421-0093 I-6

11th & Cornhusker Hwy. | (402) 435-7070 I-3

Mon.–Fri. 6 am–8 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–8 pm, Sun. 7 am–8 pm

56th & Highway 2 | (402) 421-9117 K-6

5800 Hidcote Dr., Ste. 100 | (402) 858-6481 K-7

Gateway Mall | (402) 466-4171 L-4

Mon.–Fri. 6 am–9 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–9 pm, Sun. 7 am–8 pm

610 W O St. | (402) 476-1189 H-4

2901 S 84th St., Ste. 1& 2 | (402) 327-8477 L-5

40th & Yankee Hill Rd. | (402) 420-2828 J-7 Take out:

Mon.–Fri. 6 am–10 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–10 pm, Sun. 7 am–10 pm

6100 O St., Ste. 274A | (402) 261-9072 K-4

UNL Student Union 14th & R streets | (402) 438-1400 CC-2 Corporate Office: (402) 423-2394 |

4321 S 33rd St. | (402) 327-0560 J-6

Hours: Sun.–Sat. 10:30 am–10 pm

555 S 70th St. | (402) 219-7217 L-4

A Lincoln original! When you visit Nebraska, you have to try a Runza® Sandwich. Runza® has been a favorite since 1949. Stop in to see what the buzz is about!

Mon.–Sat. 9 am–9 pm, Sun. 11:30 am–6 pm Mon.–Fri. 6 am–8 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–8 pm, Sun. 7 am–8 pm Mon.–Fri. 6:30 am–7 pm, Sat. & Sun. 7 am–4 pm

2790 N 83rd St. | (402) 421-0883 L-3 Mon.–Fri. 6 am–7 pm, Sat. 6:30 am–6 pm, Sun. 7 am–5 pm

6811 O St. | (402) 464-0321 K-4 Mon.–Sun. 6 am–10 pm

1717 N 35th St. | (402) 472-2479 J-5 Mon.–Thurs. 5:45 am–7 pm, Fri. 9 am–7 pm, Sat. & Sun. Closed

3838 Normal Blvd. | (402) 476-0547 J-5 Mon.–Thurs. 6 am–8 pm

5310 O St. | (402) 476-0545 K-4 Mon.–Thurs. 6 am–10 pm

401 W O St. | (402) 476-5995 H-4 Mon.–Sun. 6 am–7 pm Scooter’s Coffee is a drive-thru and sit-down specialty coffee business. This Nebraska-born company is best known for their world-class coffee, specialty espresso drinks, smoothies and pastries. But, unlike other coffee companies, Scooter’s is in the business of smiles. Just look down at your cup and you’ll see a smile smilin’ back at you!


VALENTINO’S Dine In, Full Bar, Patio Seating, Carry-out, Delivery:

28th & Pine Lake Rd. | (402) 420-6800 J-7 Dine In, Beer and Wine, Patio Seating, Carry-out, Delivery:

35th & Holdrege streets | (402) 467-3611 J-3 Dine In & Party Room:

Grand Italian Buffet 70th & Van Dorn streets| (402) 437-9177 L-5 Carry-out & Delivery:

W O St. & Capitol Beach Blvd. | (402) 435-4500 G-4 17th & South streets | (402) 434-9040 I-5 27th & Highway 2 | (402) 423-3113 J-6 27th & Superior streets | (402) 435-1800 J-2 33rd & A streets | (402) 476-7600 J-5 48th & Highway 2 | (402) 421-2900 K-6 64th & Havelock Ave. | (402) 464-2400 K-3 70th & Vine streets | (402) 489-2888 L-4 70th & Van Dorn streets | (402) 483-2811 L-5 Hours: Open Daily 11 am-9:30 pm; Sunday Brunch at 10 am (70th & Van Dorn Location Only)

Voted Lincoln’s best pizza and buffet for over 27 years running. Valentino’s delivers to all hotels and motels. Visit one of Lincoln’s newest and most innovative dining experiences at 28th & Pine Lake Rd. Relax and enjoy yourself in their fully redesigned dining room. Includes a full service bar with multiple 70” 4K screens, local craft beers, extensive Italian wines and specialty mixed drinks with an Italian flair. Patio seating available (located at the SouthPointe Shopping Mall).

Fine Wine. Scenic Views. Capitol View Winery & Vineyards is just 15 short minutes south of downtown Lincoln, and is a perfect destination for you to relax and unwind.

Our winery and tasting room, 2 ½ acre vineyard and historic barn provides a perfect backdrop for parties, graduation receptions, reunions, outdoor weddings and more! Our winery experience will have you coming back time and time again! | 402.328.3494 67


BACKSWING BREWING CO.14/H-5 500 W South St. | (402) 515-4263 Hours: Wed.–Fri. 4–10 pm, Sat. 12–10 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Founded in 2016, Backswing Brewing Co. has proven itself to be one of the most exciting new breweries in Nebraska. With a wide array of beer styles to suit any taste, Backswing’s taproom combines the art of craft beer, golf and community to create an atmosphere where the great beer and good conversation flows. “It’s All in the Backswing.”


CAPITOL VIEW WINERY & VINEYARDS H-7 2361 Wittstruck Rd., Roca, NE | (402) 328-3494 Hours: Fri. & Sat. 12–9 pm, Sun. & Mon. 1–6 pm

Capitol View Winery & Vineyard is just 15 short minutes south of Lincoln and is a perfect destination for you to relax and unwind. From their front porch, wine enthusiasts enjoy incredible views of Lincoln’s skyline and the relaxing ambiance of the surrounding countryside and some of the best wines you will experience anywhere.

105 N 8th St., Ste. 100 | (402) 261-4868


Hours: Tues.–Thurs. 11 am–7 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–10 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm, Mon. Closed

200 S Antelope Valley Pkwy. | (402) 318-5888

Bin 105, located in the Haymarket, specializes in selling small production domestic and imported wines from artisan producers both by-the-bottle and by-the-glass in a relaxed atmosphere. You will also find a nice selection of cheeses, charcuterie, olive oils and assorted specialty food items which you can enjoy while tasting or grab and go.

Code Beer Co. is a craft brewery and taproom located in the Telegraph District. Pouring their beer seven days a week, it’s always a good time to kick back and grab a pint or two. The taproom is spacious, yet comfortable with ample seating and is kid-friendly. Come unwind with Code!

Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 2–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 1 pm–12 am, Sun. 2–8 pm

BLUE BLOOD BREWING COMPANY 6/I-6 925 Robbers Cave Rd. | (402) 477-2337 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 11 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–11 pm, Sun. 10 am–10 pm

Blue Blood Brewing Co. was established in 2011. A full menu of pub fare is offered to compliment an array of beer styles including historical and experimental American, English, Belgian, Irish, German and barrel-aged beers. Take a tour of Robbers Cave, relax on the patio, or hang out in The Yard, the new beer garden and music venue.

BOILER BREWING COMPANY 12/BB-3 129 N 10th St., Ste. 8 | (402) 261-8775 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 4–11 pm, Fri. & Sat. 12 pm–12 am, Sun. 12–8 pm

Great beer, great service, great space. Boiler Brewing Company and tap room located in Downtown Lincoln in the historic Grand Manse building. The stately stature of the Grand Manse is accurately reflected in the bold beers that brewmaster Tim Thomssen prefers to make. A unique experience in every glass.




16255 Adams St. | (402) 327-8738

729 Q St. | (402) 434-5960

Hours: Wed.–Sat. 1–9 pm, Sun. 1–6 pm

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 8 am–5 pm; Closed Holidays

Lincoln’s award winning Deer Springs Winery, located just minutes away from the city in a park-like country setting surrounded by shady pines. The winery is located in the original family homestead farmhouse, renovated for modern convenience, yet retaining its historic charm.

Operating in the Haymarket since 1990, Empyrean Brewing Co. is the oldest brewery in Nebraska. Handcrafted in small, flavor-filled batches, Empyrean brews more than 40 different ales and lagers each year. Attend their free monthly tour or grab a sample next door at Lazlo’s Brewery & Grill and discover your inner Empyrean.


2001 W Raymond Rd., Raymond, NE (402) 783-5255 |

Deer Springs Winery is Lincoln’s award winning winery & is located in a quiet country setting just minutes away from the city at 16255 Adams Street.

Hours: April–Oct.: Mon.–Thurs. 10 am–6 pm, Fri. & Sat. 1–9 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm, Nov.–March: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–5 pm, Sat. 12–9 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Our wines are produced on the premises from grapes grown in our own vineyards or by local Nebraska wine grape growers. Enjoy sampling our uniquely expressive wines in the charming ambiance of our Tasting Room. For more information about our wines visit us at

James Arthur Vineyards (JAV) is Nebraska’s largest winery. While at the winery, guests can enjoy specialty wines, cheeses, meats and breads in the peaceful setting of the Nebraska countryside or in the tasting room. JAV now features a tasting room at the From Nebraska Gift Shop in Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket.

Hours of Operation

Wednesday – Saturday 1 to 9pm Sunday 1 to 6pm

402.327.8738 16255 Adams Street | Lincoln, NE

SCHILLINGBRIDGE CORK & TAP HOUSE 11/H-1 575 Fallbrook Blvd., Ste. 109 | (402) 904-7161 Hours: Tues.–Thurs. 11 am–10 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am–12 am, Sun. 11 am–9 pm

An innovative craft beer and wine inspired gastropub. SchillingBridge Cork & Tap House features house brands of craft beer along with the award-winning handcrafted wines produced at SchillingBridge Winery in Pawnee City, NE. The food menu was designed around SchillingBridge Cork & Tap House’s beverage products, infusing them in creative and imaginative ways.



WHITE ELM BREWING COMPANY H-5 2717 S 8th St. | (402) 261-8435

ZIPLINE BREWING CO. 2100 Magnum Cir., Ste 1 | (402) 475-1001 ZIPLINE BREWING TAPROOM 8/G-4

Hours: Tue. & Thurs. 4–5 pm, Fri. & Sat. 3 pm–12 am

Hours: Wed.–Fri. 3–10 pm, Sat. 1–10 pm, Sun. 1–8 pm

White Elm Brewing Company is a production brewery with a taproom pouring 12 modern takes on rustic farmhouse style ales, focusing on local ingredients.

ZIPLINE BEER HALL K-7 5740 Hidcote Dr.


Zipline Brewing Co. is a microbrewery in Lincoln, Nebraska focusing on handcrafted Brave New Brew for beer lovers everywhere.

3110 W Branched Oak Rd., Raymond, NE (402) 783-2875 | Hours: Sun.–Thurs. 12–6 pm, Fri. & Sat. 12–9 pm

Join Windcrest Winery throughout the year and spend time in the tasting room sampling a wine selection that is sure to please every palate. Relax on the patio overlooking the view.

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 12–10 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm




124 N 13th St. | (402) 476-6494

Vega hosts everything from concerts to comedy and features locally-focused food and drink. The Zoo Bar is a blues music venue and nightclub styled around the Chicago blues clubs and has been hosting live music for more than 35 years.

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 3 pm–Close, Sat. 5 pm–Close

Lincoln’s most unique bar space. Located backstage of the Rococo Theatre in the Historic Stuart Building. High ceilings, original rope fixture and light board. A true gem to experience. Specialty martinis and cocktails plus a wide range of beer, wine and spirits. Treat yourself to a Lincoln tradition for over 40 years.

JAKE’S CIGARS & SPIRITS I-4 101 N 14th St. | (402) 261-5944 Hours: 11–2 am

Located on the corner of 14th and P St., Jake’s Cigars & Spirits offers a wide variety of craft beers, craft cocktails, awardwinning bloody marys, a vast selection of cigars and a retail shop. Our goal is to ensure that there is a constant rotation of unique and local craft brews, as well as the biggest selection of spirits in the city. Cheers!


DOWNTOWN LOUNGES Barrymore’s backstage setting sets the mood with the light board and curtain pulleys in full view. The Other Room feels like a speakeasy with its alley-door entrance and Prohibition style cocktails.

NEIGHBORHOOD LOUNGES Grata Bar and Cliff’s are nice Lincoln neighborhood spots and Toast is in north Lincoln.

ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT The Railyard is Nebraska’s first designated entertainment district with 13+ restaurants, bars and shops. For more nightlife locations and current events, visit

350 Canopy St., Ste. 220 | (402) 805-4785 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 5 pm–2 am; special event times vary

Vega is Lincoln’s premier music and event venue, rocking the free world with culture, community, tasty food and beverages since 2013.

LIVE MUSIC - ARENAS Major concert events in Lincoln typically land at the Pinnacle Bank Arena and Lied Center for Performing Arts.

LIVE MUSIC—AMPHITHEATERS Historic Pinewood Bowl nestled in scenic Pioneers Park draws headlining bands and big crowds with its summer concert series.

LIVE MUSIC—THEATRES The Bourbon Theatre is a multi-use theater that hosts music, movies, comedy and other events. The Rococo Theatre, restored to its 1929 condition, is Lincoln’s high-end concert venue.





5800 Arbor Rd. | (402) 464-5100

201 N 7th St., Ste. 102 | (402) 475-7502

Hours: Sun.–Sat. 9 am–9 pm

Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 10 am– 6 pm, Fri. 10 am–9 pm, Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Aardvark Antique Mall, “A Treasure Hunting Experience.” No matter what your treasure is - you will have fun hunting for it at the Aardvark. Antiques, collectibles, re-purposing, mid-century modern, man-tiques, lady-tiques and invest-tiques can all be found at the Aardvark Antique Mall. 25,000 sq ft. Open 9 am–9 pm daily, except major holidays.

ABESQUE VARIATIONS BB-3 701 P St. | (402) 438-6962 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 11 am–5:30 pm

Boyd’s Bears, Husker merchandise, glycerin soaps, lotions, candles, reed diffusers, collectible metal signs, Laurie’s Kitchen foods and home decorating pieces can be purchased.

ANTIQUE CORNER COOPERATIVE CC-5 1601 S 17th St. | (402) 476-8050 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Lincoln’s finest antique mall for over 30 years is open seven days a week. Glassware, china, pottery, furniture, books, postcard primitives, linens, quilts and collectibles! The largest selection of antique and vintage jewelry in Lincoln!

C. MIDDLETON ANTIQUES I-3 1615 S 17th St. | (402) 477-1331 Hours: Mon. 11 am–3 pm, Tues.–Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Sun. 1–5 pm

Primitive to Victorian to Mid-Century Modern. Shawnee, Roseville, art and jewelry. They have it all from large to small.

CEDAR HILL HOME AND HOLIDAY K-6 5500 Old Cheney Rd. | (402) 421-6119 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

The Midwest’s largest and most complete source for unique home decor. Furniture, textiles, signs, wall art, industrial cupboards and shelves, lighting, candles, florals and a huge selection of seasonal décor, all displayed in cozy room settings, providing inspiration for your own home.

The Antique Corner Cooperative, one of the best selections of quality antiques and collectibles in the Midwest. 34 years in business, same location. Customers are amazed at the quality and volume of furniture, great smalls and collectibles. Stop by or visit the website.



1627 S 17th St. | (402) 742-6021

321 N 8th St. | (402) 435-0658 BB-3

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–5 pm

6891 A St., Ste. 105 | (402) 261-3752 L-5

A shop that features hand-poured candles, gifts, candies as well as items made by local members of the community. Charley Noble also features custom pieces.

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–9 pm, Sat. 9 am–9 pm, Sun. 11 am–5 pm

Best of Big Red is owned by Osborne Family Enterprises. In 1998, Best of Big Red brought its unique product selection to Huskers via and in stores in 2010. Best of Big Red’s continued mission is to provide the best Husker products to fans all over the world.

CITY CLOCK COMPANY INC. K-6 5651 S 48th St. | (402) 483-6363 Hours: Tues., Wed. & Fri. 9 am– 6 pm, Thurs. 9 am– 8 pm, Sat. 9 am–2 pm, Mon. Closed

A third-generation family business for over 60 years, this is Nebraska’s largest and finest retail clock store. The store features over 1,000 clocks for retail sales, as well as a full a service repair department. Tours are available by appointment.


CONNER’S ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUES BB-3 1001 L St. | (402) 435-3338 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–5:30 pm, Sun. 1–5 pm

Conner’s Architectural Antiques has specialized in architectural artifacts and salvaged building items for over 40 years. The extensive inventory includes hundreds of light fixtures, stained glass windows, fireplace mantles, terra cotta ornaments, wrought iron gates and fencing, woodwork, trim, flooring, tin ceiling and embellishments. Come browse.

COOL AND COLLECTED ANTIQUES I-6 3235 S 13th St. | (402) 435-1779 Hours: Tues.–Sat. 11 am–6 pm, Sun. 1–5 pm, Mon. Closed

At Cool and Collected Antiques mall you will find things from antiques to primitives, mid-century and retro furniture, as well as re-purposed and up-cycled products. The store is filled with treasures for every type of personality and style. They have things that will suit the simple tastes as well as the eclectic.

COOPER & CO. HOME + GIFT I-5 2221 Winthrop Rd. | (402) 904-8192 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–5:30 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm

Cooper & Co. Home + Gift is a family-owned and operated business that has been in Lincoln for 2 years, and they have relocated to a bigger and better space in Rathbone Village. Their new 7,000 square-foot showroom offers furniture, artwork, home décor, gifts and more. They also offer design services where they come into your home and help spruce it up!

EDGE I-7 8601 S 30th St. | (402) 328-0151 Hours: Mon. 11 am–6 pm, Tues. & Wed. 10 am–6 pm, Thurs. 10 am–8 pm, Fri. 10 am–7 pm, Sat. 10 am–6 pm

Women and men’s clothing boutique with the latest in name brands and bringing trends back from L.A. Edge offers free alterations on denim jeans too!


EURASIA RUSSIAN STORE BB-3 809 P St., Ste. 102 | (402) 476-5421 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 11 am–6 pm, Sun. Closed

Think unique! Think Eurasia! Eurasia Russian Store has a unique variety of souvenirs, gifts, antiques, CDs, movies, icons, books, groceries and much more imported from Europe and Russia. They also offer Western Union services.

FOREVER FAITHFUL BB-3 321 N 8th St. | (402) 435-0662 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–9 pm, Sat. 9 am–9 pm, Sun. 11 am–5 pm

Forever Faithful was established in 2014 and designed to inspire women of all ages. Forever Faithful offers the newest trends at fantastic prices. Forever Faithful takes pride in exceptional customer service and aims to find the perfect purchase for every woman. All women are individual, unique and special in the eye of our Creator.

FOUR STAR CARD AND GIFT GALLERY K-6 5500 Old Cheney Rd., Ste. 24 | (402) 434-7747 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–8 pm, Sat. 9 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm, Extended hours in December

Experience the magic at Four Star Card and Gift Gallery, your stop for fine giftware and women’s fashion accessories. Choose from fashionable gifts like Pandora, Alex and Ani Jewelry, Baggallini & Vera Bradley fashion bags to distinctive gifts like Nora Fleming & Jim Shore or Husker and Nebraska items. Voted Best of Lincoln for 10 years in row.

FROM NEBRASKA GIFT SHOP BB-3 803 Q St. | (402) 476-2455 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Visit this shop for a true taste of Nebraska with food grown on the farm, like popcorn on the ear, ditch jellies and buffalo jerky. Wine tasting is available any time the shop is open. The plains of Nebraska will come alive for you with the books, t-shirts, local art and souvenirs about windmills, Sandhill cranes, prairie life and the Nebraska Huskers.



6100 O St. | (402) 464-3196

400 Pinnacle Arena Dr. (Southeast Corner of Pinnacle Bank Arena) (402) 904-5700 |

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Gateway Mall is Lincoln’s premier community and value-oriented shopping destination. The only enclosed shopping center in the area features Dillard’s, JCPenneys, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Sears and over 100 specialty retailers like H&M, Forever 21, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, Finish Line and The Buckle. Find them at 61st and O streets.

HOME & CLOSET J-5 4725 Prescott Ave. | (402) 474-5407 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 11 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Home & Closet is Lincoln’s largest vintage clothing and furniture store. H&C stocks a constantly changing inventory of good-looking, functional and reasonably priced clothing and the best vintage for the prices in Lincoln!

HUSKER HEADQUARTERS 1120 P St. | (402) 438-8800 BB-3 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9 am–8 pm, Sat. 9 am–6 pm, Sun. 11 am–5 pm

56th & Hwy. 2 | (402) 423-8805 K-7 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–8 pm, Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 11 am–5 pm

5100 N 27th St. | (402) 438-8808 J-2 Hours: Mon.–Wed. 10 am–6 pm, Thurs.-Sat. 10 am–8 pm, Sun. 11 am–5 pm

6100 O Street (Gateway Mall) | (402) 907-7116 K-4 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm Specialty collegiate apparel and gifts.

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Closed Sun.

Husker Authentic is the official team store of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Adidas apparel, autographed memorabilia and team posters are available.

INDIGO BRIDGE BB-3 701 P St., Ste. 102 | (402) 477-7770 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 8 am–10 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Indigo is where people engage in meaningful conversation, where ideas are exchanged over a cup of directly-traded coffee or the community gathers over relevant issues. Indigo believes literature transforms minds and promotes activism. The staff personally curates a selection of thought-provoking, enlivening, educational and entertaining literature.

KD DESIGNS BB-3 151 N 8th St., Ste. 110 | (402) 304-3039 Hours: Mon.–Wed. 10 am–6 pm, Thurs.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

KD Designs is a boutique located in the heart of the Haymarket featuring hand-crafted jewelry, a large charm station where you can build your own charm bracelets and necklaces, and locally made candles and soap, scarves, purses and more!

LICORICE INTERNATIONAL BB-3 803 Q St., Ste. 300 | (402) 488-2230 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 9:30 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm, During the Farmer’s Market (May–mid Oct.) Sat. 9 am–5 pm

Visit this one-a-kind candy shop located in the Historic Haymarket district and experience a tasty trip down memory lane. Licorice International offers the largest selection of licorice in the U.S.A.—more than 160 types from 14 countries— plus chocolates, caramels and gourmet gummies. Free samples. Nationwide shipping.




4815 Old Cheney Rd., Ste. C | (402) 904-4506

3900 Yankee Hill Rd., #127 | (402) 476-0360

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Hours: Tues.–Sun. 1–10 pm

LilyPads is an upscale consignment store that buys and sells new to gently used kids clothes (newborn-size 14), maternity clothes, baby equipment and furniture, toys, books, sportswear and dancewear at affordable prices.

The Lincoln Pinot’s Palette Studio hosts both public and private painting events/parties. Their up-to-date schedule is found at Their artists help you create your own hand-painted masterpiece based on our extensive painting library. You can enjoy your favorite beverage (from their wine and beer menu), mingle with friends, get inspired by a local artist and discover a new way to unwind and have fun.

LINCOLN RUNNING CO. CC-3 1213 Q St. | (402) 474-4557 Hours: Mon.–Wed., Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Thurs. 10 am–8 pm, Sat. 9 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

The Lincoln Running Co. is Lincoln’s oldest specialty running store, which opened in February of 1975 in beautiful Downtown Lincoln. The Lincoln Running Co. has served runners, walkers and people that just want to be comfortable for over 40 years.

PAPER KITE K-6 4744 Prescott Ave. | (402) 488-0903

PLUM CREEK GIFTS K-2 4400 N 48th St., Ste. 1 | (402) 435-6940 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 10 am–6 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Sun. (Seasonal) 12–4 pm

Plum Creek Gifts is a one of a kind shop that features new, old and everything in between. Whether looking for country-theme home decor, fragrant candles, florals, accents, furniture and repurposed pieces and handmades from local artists, creative displays are a must see. Often called Lincoln’s “best kept secret,” Plum Creek Gifts is sure you’ll find just what you’re looking for!

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Sun. 12–4 pm

Paper Kite is a cheerful, brick and mortar boutique located in the charming College View neighborhood in Lincoln, Nebraska. Catering to “baby, home, and her,” each of their thoughtfully selected goods are handmade by local artisans whenever possible. The perfect spot to find a beautiful gift for anyone!

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PATTINO SHOE BOUTIQUE K-6 3943 S 48th St. | (402) 484-4193 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Sun. 12–4 pm

Pattino is nestled in the lovely College View shopping district at 48th & Prescott streets. This charming shoe store has established itself as Lincoln’s premier spot to experience beautiful and unique footwear, one-of-a-kind handbags and stunning jewelry pieces.







27th & Pine Lake Road


THE POST AND NICKEL CC-3 144 N 14th St. | (402) 476-3432


Hours: Mon.–Sat: 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

2910 Pine Lake Rd., Ste. Q | (402) 421-2114

Since 1966 the Post and Nickel has been one of the leading specialty stores in the Midwest. The Post and Nickel’s Nebraska stores in Lincoln offer the finest in men’s clothing, sportswear and shoes, accompanied by a professional and insightful staff.

One of Nebraska’s largest outdoor shopping centers features exquisite gardens, more than 50 stores, restaurants and movie screens plus exciting events and activities.



7121 Pioneers Blvd., Ste. 120 | (402) 420-3040

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm; Sun. 12–6 pm

101 N 14th St., Ste. 7 | (402) 476-0028

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm

Hours: Mon.–Fri. 11 am–6:30 pm, Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Rachel’s Boutique is a full-line Brighton store. Brighton handbags, belts, jewelry, charms, frames, sunglasses and shoes. Rachel’s carries clothing for women of all ages with jewelry and accessories lines like: Joseph Ribkoff, Lynn Ritchie, Cartise, Multiples, Coobie bras and Husker apparel.

Stella Collective is a lifestyle boutique located in Downtown Lincoln, Nebraska specializing in clothing, natural, modern and vintage furniture. The curated shop is filled with unique home goods and items from both local artisans and artists abroad.

ROCKET FIZZ SODA POP & CANDY SHOP BB-3 601 R St., Ste. 130 | (402) 328-3499 Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 11 am–9 pm, Fri. 11 am–10 pm, Sat. 10 am–10 pm, Sun. 11 am–8 pm

Rocket Fizz, a soda pop and candy shop with a retro vibe, specializes in nostalgic candies, bottled soda pop and gift items. Rocket Fizz offers hundreds of different kinds of soda pops served in glass bottles, from classic root beer to the outrageous. An extensive assortment of saltwater taffy, chocolates, licorice and gag gifts are also featured.

SELECT STYLE K-6 3945 S 48th St. | (402) 484-0465 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm

Select Style is a boutique for the modern woman located in Lincoln, Nebraska. Its sophisticated, approachable and unique take on style will appeal to women of all ages. The shop stocks collections unique to Lincoln and sourced from American, European and Australian designers.

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES LINCOLN BB-3 140 N 8th St., Ste. 125 | (402) 475-4122 Hours: Mon.–Wed. 10 am–6 pm, Thurs.–Sat. 10 am–9 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Non-profit. Fair trade. Volunteered powered. Their mission is to create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term fair trading relationships. Ten Thousand Villages Lincoln sells handcrafted home decor, jewelry, personal accessories and more!

THE BASKET BUNCH K-6 4821 Lowell Ave. | (402) 488-3200 Hours: Mon.–Fri. 10 am–5:30 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Located in historic College View, The Basket Bunch houses a wide variety of home decor, housewares, gifts and much more! The Basket Bunch specializes in gift baskets and offers local delivery and nationwide shipping. The Basket Bunch prides themselves on customer service and would love to help you with any decorating dilemma or gift-giving need.

SIMPLY BUNGALOW K-6 2295 S 48th St. | (402) 875-3924 Hours: Wed.–Fri. 11 am–6 pm, Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–4 pm

A carefully curated collection of vintage finds and artisan goods.




1033 O St. | (402) 475-1033

1219 P St. CC-3 4131 Pioneer Woods Dr., Ste. 104 L-6 (402) 476-6119 |

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–6 pm

Established in 2004, The Black Market Clothing Exchange buys new to gently used brand name and vintage men’s and women’s clothing and accessories. The Black Market Clothing Exchange’s expert buyers are always available to evaluate your clothing and answer any questions. The store is just minutes away from City Campus in the Golds Building at 11th & O St. BUY. SELL. TRADE.

THE SHOPPES AT PIEDMONT K-4 1265 S Cotner Blvd. Check website for each shop’s hours

In the 1950s, the Shoppes at Piedmont was one of the first of its kind in the City of Lincoln. The building was built in 1956 and was renovated in 2014. The new enhancements create a dynamic center that is locally owned. The specialty shops, restaurant and cafe have a local flavor for the clientele in the neighborhood. Come visit today!

Hours: Mon.–Wed. 10 am–6 pm, Thurs. 10 am–8 pm, Fri. & Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–4 pm

Brought to Lincoln in 1975 as one of the first Birkenstock stores in the nation, Footloose & Fancy has since become one of Lincoln’s premier specialty stores. The Downtown location, Threads Footloose & Fancy, now includes clothing brands such as The North Face and Patagonia, while both stores offer shoe brands such as Birkenstock, Chaco and more.

TIMELESS TREASURES ON O STREET CC-3 1717 O St. | (402) 435-3303 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Lincoln’s largest antique mall—Timeless Treasures on O Street has it all! 8,000 square-feet displaying art glass, glassware, jewelry, porcelain, coins, pottery, primitives, furniture and so much more. Timeless Treasures on O Street also offers “BuySell” consignment. Stop in today.

TSURU CC-3 114 N 14th St. | (402) 435-8265 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 11 am–6 pm

Free spirited fashion as unique as you are. Tsuru carries Free People, Synergy Organics, Good hYOUman and so much more! Add that extra something special with their amazing jewelry collection crafted right here in Nebraska.

URBAN RACK K-7 4815 Old Cheney Rd., Ste. C | (402) 904-8720 Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6 pm, Sun. 12–5 pm

Urban Rack is a hip and trendy consignment store which buys and sells new to gently-used clothes, shoes and accessories for girls and guys. You can expect to find the most current styles and trends along with Husker apparel and active wear.





Services Come Directly to Client | (402) 570-7209

4333 S 70th St., Ste. 5 | (402) 489-5440

Hours: By Appointment

Hours: Mon.–Wed. 10 am–5:30 pm, Thurs. 10 am–7 pm, Fri. 10 am–5:30 pm, Sat. 10 am–5 pm

Vicente Clothiers is custom clothing for men and women looking to enhance their style and confidence! They can take care of your formal, professional and casual wardrobe while offering accessories from custom footwear, and more. Their services come to you directly for fitting and garment selection.


Yours Truly offers those special touches for your home and business. Lamps, mirrors, accent furniture and decorative mirrors. Yours Truly has all you need to make your home or business a reflection of your good taste. For those who love wonderful fragrances for home and bath, Yours Truly carries Crabtree & Evelyn and Thymes products.

6140 Havelock Ave. | (402) 466-6763 Hours: Mon.–Wed. & Fri. 9:30 am–6 pm, Thurs. 9:30 am–7 pm, Sat. 9:30 am–5:30 pm, Closed Sun.

Vickeridge is a unique women’s clothing and accessory boutique for the “clothes you live in,” including sizes 6-24. We have been located “on the avenue” in Historic Havelock for over 50 years and have great customer service and curbside parking.

VINTAGE VILLAGE ANTIQUE MALL DD-3 2425 O St. | (402) 742-0063 Hours: Sun.–Sat. 10 am–7 pm

Vintage Village Antique Mall is located just a few blocks east of Downtown Lincoln. Vintage Village Antique Mall is an antique and collectibles mall with 5,000 square-feet and over 50 dealers. Free Parking, open daily, dealers welcome. Great quality and selection with reasonable prices. New selections arrive every day.


• Custom clothing and more for men & women. • We bring our portfolio of fabrics and shoes for you to choose from in the comfort and privacy of your own home or business. • We will capture your measurements to custom design garments and shoes to fit your body and lifestyle. Eddie Brown

Book a consultation today! • 402-570-7209


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To reserve your room, call 1-800-MARRIOTT or visit Rates are per room, per night. Limited availability. Not applicable to groups of 10 or more rooms and cannot be combined with any other offer or prior purchase.


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National Museum of Roller Skating The museum captures the colorful history and promising future of one of America’s favorite sports.

Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.- Fri.

FREE Admission

4730 South Street | Lincoln, NE 68506 402.483.7551 |


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