The UNL Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film has three production programs: University Theatre, the academic year main stage with faculty directors, faculty/upper-level student designers and student actors; Theatrix, the academic year second stage completely run by students; and the Nebraska Repertory Theatre, a regional professional summer theatre.
The stadium is located between 10th Street and Stadium Drive on UNL’s City Campus. Self-guided tours can be taken seven days a week in the North Stadium, but only Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., through West Stadium and Osborne Athletic Complex.
BigShots Indoor Range is Lincoln's newest state of the art indoor firearms and archery facility. We feature nine shooting lanes as well as a 3-D archery range. Come see our full line of firearms and ammunition. Memberships and rentals are also now available. We allow up to a .223 caliber at this time on the range. With any caliber, 2,700 feet per second is the threshold for the range. S&W 500 and 460 are also not allowed on the range at this time.
The Smith Collection Museum of American Speed is much more than a car collection. It’s a celebration of the quest for speed that has captivated millions of Americans since the dawn of the automobile. It’s a walk through time tracing the spirit of innovation that has made the United States a technological and industrial leader for more than a century.
Tour: The Smith Collection Museum is available for special tours by prior arrangement. For reservations and additional information call 402-323-3166.
Open summer (May-Oct.) M-F 2pm guided tours-$10per person, Groups of 10 or more call to arrange.
Winter hours: Friday tours - 2pm
For more information on Fairview, or to schedule a tour, call 402-481-3032. Please schedule tours at least 48 hours in advance.
Fairview is closed for all major holidays, and often, the day prior and after.
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 1900's grandeur. The house that once sat atop a hill and offered a "fair view" of the Prairie Capital and its adjacent farms has been incorporated into the Bryan Medical Center campus and is located about 1 block east of 48th Street on the north side of Sumner Street. The Bryan Museum, on the lower level, includes authentic displays and recordings.