331 North Cotner
Lincoln, NE 68505
Phone: (402) 325-8800
Fax: (402) 325-8811
Set in a dark "sci-fi" maze, this laser tag adventure offers a wide variety of game styles that are tailored for your specific needs and interests and include different elements and various skill levels and complexity.
While on the A Street, the simple yet elegant building of the Unitarian Church of Lincoln is hard to miss. This is the local church of the city and it has been instrumental in bringing about community development.
This former residence of politician William Jennings Bryan, called "Fairview," is located on the campus of Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. Before moving to Lincoln in the late 1880s, Bryan practiced law in Jacksonville, Illinois. He would later run three unsuccessful campaigns for President, before becoming Secretary of State under Woodrow Wilson in 1913. Dedicated to giving back to the community, Bryan donated Fairview and the surrounding land to the Nebraska Conference of the United Methodist Church in 1922, and helped establish the hospital and medical center where his home is preserved today. Fairview was restored to its original condition in 1994, and now houses several research institutes affiliated with the medical center.
The International Quilt Study Center & Museum has a collection of over 900 quilts. These include quilts not only from the state, the country but also from various other nations of the world. A visit here is a must to find out more about this woven cloth that has been keeping man warm for centuries.
One of the state's largest pools, with water slides, climbing structures, and sand play area.
The Mahoney Golf Course is spectacular golf course with state-of-the-art facilities. The course has various training sessions for professionals as well as learners and their teachers are quite thorough at their job.
Located close to downtown Lincoln and adjacent to Antelope Park, this combination zoo and botanical garden is a fun and inexpensive way to spend a day with the kids. Don't expect the typical run down petting zoo, though: the collection of more than 300 animals contains a wide range of exotic beasts, including alligators, leopards, sloths and flamingos, just to name a few species. In addition to the animal exhibits, more than 400 species of plants are attractively displayed throughout the zoo. Kids can also ride on the zoo's miniature railroad, visit the gift shop or dine at Valentino's Safari Cafe. Check website for varying dates.
300 animals representing 95 species. Train and pony rides.
Restored 1869 house is now the oldest house in Lincoln.
In 1854, the Nebraska Territory was formed by the United States Congress, and in 1868 the first capitol was constructed in Lincoln. The current capitol building is the third in the city of Lincoln, with construction beginning in 1922. The capitol is the tallest building in the city, and the second tallest capitol building in the country. The structure consists of a large square base with a 362-foot tower rising above the center of the square. Inside, the three primary branches of Nebraska government are housed, as well as four observatory decks on the 14th floor which offer great views of the city.
James Arthur VIneyards offers specialty wine, foods, and exciting tours.
5 miles of trails through woodland, wetland, and prairie habitat. Indoor and outdoor exhibits interpret the Great Plains' natural habitat.