Category: Recreation & Leisure

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Downtown Lincoln

by Charlyne Berens Like a healthy plant, reaching out to enhance a larger and larger area, Lincoln’s  downtown continues to grow. Thanks to ongoing renovations and new construction, the “downtown” now starts at the Haymarket on the west and runs all the...

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Amazing Day Trips

by Angie Tidball Lincoln is fortunate to be close to two fantastic day trips. Omaha Henry Dorley Zoo and the Lied Lodge and Conference Center in Nebraska City are two stops not to be missed! Rated the #1 Zoo in...

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Cornhusker State Games

by Dave Mlnarik   More than 10,000 Nebraska athletes converge in Lincoln each July for competition in more than 60 sports at 45 different venues. The July family tradition known as the Cornhusker State Games brings folks together from more...

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Lincoln’s Great Outdoors

by Ingrid Holmquist   With nine outdoor pools, over 6,000 acres of parks and five golf courses, Lincoln is a city full of opportunities for fun in the great outdoors. As the city’s population increases, it’s easy to see the...

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All Around the Town

StarTran, Lincoln’s public bus system, provides a convenient, reliable, comfortable, safe and affordable way to explore Lincoln. StarTran buses operate throughout Lincoln, carrying passengers to popular attractions, shopping centers and residential areas. On November 1st, StarTran implements their new bus...

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Summertime and the Livin’ Is Easy

By Sriyani Tidball Lincoln has an amazing selection of live summer music festivals that go along with warm summer nights and family-friendly entertainment. Local and international artists; classical, rock, blues, jazz or country; in a majestic church or under the...

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Lincoln’s Attractions

Trip Advisor says the ten top things you should do when visiting Lincoln are: Visit the Sunken Gardens, the Nebraska State Capitol, Memorial Stadium, Museum of Speed, the Children’s Museum, the Children’s Zoo, Pioneer Park and Nature Center, the International...

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Explore Lincoln’s Trail System

by Ingrid Holmquist Lincoln is known for many things—Husker football, the University, people who are “Nebraska nice” and the State Capitol building—but among planning communities across the nation, it’s also known for another secret charm: its bike trail system. “Lincoln...