Attractions Directory

Lost in Fun

8431 Cody Drive (Yankee Hill Road &15th Street.) (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68521
Phone: (402) 261-0440

Hours: 10am-9pm Mon.-Thurs.; 10am-9:30pm Fri.-Sat.; 11am-8pm Sun.

"An outdoor playland...indoors!" Come and play and get Lost in Fun with us. We have playsets, inflatable jumpers, an outerspace foam pit, basketball, video games, a fun gym, a laser maze, a toddler area, and a snack bar. Lost in Fun is fun for all ages. Party rooms are available.

Champions Fun Center

1555 Yolande Avenue (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68521
Phone: 434-7066

Hours: Winter: 3pm-10pm Mon.-Thurs.; noon-Midnight Fri.; 10am-midnight Sat.; 11am-10pm Sun.; Summer: 10am-11pm, Mon.-Thurs.;10am-Midnight Fri.-Sat.; 11am-11pm Sun.

Champions Fun Center is the place for fun family entertainment. Enjoy our mini golf course, batting cages, water wars, 4-story free fall, go-karts, adventure challenge, 70+arcade/redemption games, pizza and fun food, open bowling, and cosmic bowling featured Thursday through Sunday nights.


Below is a listing of Fishing and Boating opportunities in and around Lincoln. Most lakes offer Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Bullhead, and carp. State park permit required at state recreation areas (SRA). Fishing permit required at all areas. To verify license fees, call (402) 471-0641.

Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery

UNL East Campus Home Economics Building, second floor, (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68583
Phone: (402) 472-2911

Hours: 8:30am-4pm Mon.-Fri.; Closed between exhibitions and holidays.

A gallery devoted to the exhibition of textiles - from art to apparel, from the East to the West, from past to present and from emerging artists to the acclaimed. Call for dates of exhibits or visit the website.

Sheldon Museum of Art and Sculpture Garden

12th and R streets on the University of Nebraska- Lincoln campus (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 472-2461

Hours: 10am-8pm Tues.; 10am-5pm Wed-Sat; noon-5pm Sun.; Closed Mondays and major holidays

Cost: Free admission

Sheldon Museum of Art houses a permanent collection of more than 12,000 objects focusing on transitional American art including works by Constantin Brancusi, Alexander Calder, Aaron Douglas, Edward Hopper, Jun Kaneko, Lee Krasner, Georgia O’Keeffe, Helen Ramsaran and Mark Rothko. The museum, designed by noted architect Phillip Johnson, adjoins a sculpture garden featuring more than 30 monumental works.