Lincoln's finest antique mall for over 25 years
More than 21 memorials and over 4,600 "Bricks of Remembrance" honoring veterans of foreign wars. The memorials include World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Pearl Harbor, Airborne, Air Force, Coast Guard, Disabled Veterans, Ex-Prisoners of War, K-9 Corps, China-Burma-India, Medical, Purple Heart, Military Women, Special Forces, Merchant Marines, Seabees, Naval Armed Guard and Tuskegee Airmen/Buffalo Soldiers.
The Ice Box sports a 200 by 85-foot NHL regulation skating rink. It is home to the Lincoln Stars, a USHL hockey team, playing from October-April. Call or visit the website for game schedule and ticket information. Public Skating open from October-April. Visit the website for schedule.
Take time to smell the roses. Antelope Park is a particularly beautiful park offering extensive facilities, including rose gardens, Sunken Gardens, fountains, statues, Lincoln Children's Zoo, a recreation center, a play center, a golf course, trails system, tennis courts, swimming pool and several playground areas and is accessible for all children. This park appears to be several parks as it is bisected by many streets. Antelope Park Playground, at Memorial Drive in Antelope Park, is accessible for all children.
Nebraska History Museum is closed for renovation and is expected to be closed throughout 2015. Check the website for news about periodic public programs at the Nebraska State Historical Society headquarters building, 1500 R Street, Lincoln. Brown Bag History Forum programs will continue the 3rd Thursday of each month but will relocate beginning September 18 to 5CityTV Studios, Lincoln City-County Building, 555 S 10, Lincoln.