Hours: Open Daily 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
This gallery is located in the Ortner Center on the campus of Union College.
The original plan for the Capitol included the broad avenues that lead in all directions of the building. Facing the West entrance of the Capitol at the opposite end of Lincoln Mall is a bronze statue of a young Abraham Lincoln. "The Rail Joiner" welcomes visitors to the Justice and Law Enforcement Center at 575 S. 10th Street. The original was sculpted by Louis Slobodkin, completed in the 1930's and is displayed at the Department of the Interior in Washington D.C.. The Sheldon Museum of Art received a plaster cast of the sculpture and the right to reproduce it. A community-wide effort, including "Pennies for Lincoln" campaign by Lincoln school children, funded the placement of the statue.
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Museum hours are Tues: 3-7 PM, Wed: 11 AM – 3 PM, Thurs: 3-7 PM, Fri: 11 AM – 3 PM and Sat: 11 AM – 3 PM, Closed Sundays, Mondays and all Major Holidays.
Admission is Free. Donations are welcomed.
"Visit Africa Without A Passport!” The Midwestern African Museum of Art, Culture and Resource Center or MAMA welcomes the community and visitors to Lincoln to come experience the hidden beauty and rich history of Africa’s art and culture. MAMA is the first established African museum in the Midwest. The museum also serves as a centralized location for enrichment through different programs that serve all ages. One of MAMA’s resources will be Common Sense Parenting classes sponsored by Boys Town and MAMA. Also, come enjoy a cup of coffee from Africa at MAMA’s Coffee Hut.
Located on Q Street, between 20th Street and Antelope Valley Parkway.
Hours: April 1 – Sept. 30, Mon. – Fri. 6:00 a.m. – Sunset; Sat. – Sun. Sunrise – Sunset; Oct. 1 – March 31, 8:00 a.m. – Sunset; Closed
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
Highlands in northwest Lincoln is near the University of Nebraska campus, airport and two minutes from Interstate 80. Four sets of tees are ready daily from 5100 yards and stretch out to just over 7000 yards for the serious player. The open design resembles a layout similar to a links style course with the rolling terrain and large undulating greens.
Lincoln parks offer a great diversity of terrain. Two excellent parks for cross country skiing are Wilderness Park, with 15 miles of tree-lined trails, and Pioneers Park, with large stands of wooded areas and challenging slopes. Park areas are open 7 a.m. to sunset. Because of the danger to turf, no skiing or sledding is allowed on city golf courses.