Attractions Directory

Skate Zone

300 N. 48th St. (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68504
Phone: (402) 466-6767

Hours: Open evenings and weekends, hours vary.

Fees: Prices vary.

Public roller skating is available.

Spikes Volleyball Beach

2230 Judson (Get directions)
Lincoln, Ne 68521
Phone: (402) 477-1175

Twelve lighted outdoor and 4 indoor volleyball courts open to the public during the day. Leagues start at 6 pm.

Great Plains Art Museum

1155 Q Street (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68588
Phone: (402) 472-6220

Hours: 10am-5pm Tues-Sat, CLOSED Sun-Mon.

The Great Plains Art Museum at the University of Nebraska is a free museum with a permanent collection consisting of bronze sculptures, works on paper, and photographs featuring art of the American West and Native American Art. The museum also hosts traveling exhibitions and works by contemporary artists. 

Saltdogs Baseball / Haymarket Park

403 Line Drive Circle (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 474-2254

The unique stadium, located at Line Drive and Sun Valley Blvd., is just a few minutes from Downtown Lincoln and may be reached via West "O" Street. The Lincoln Saltdogs pro baseball team will by vying for a playoff spot in the newly created American Association of Independent Professional Baseball, North Division. The players have a 95 day season and games are scheduled for at least 90 of those days, with 48 of those games at home. Cost: Ticket prices are affordable for families. The unique stadium, located at Line Drive and Sun Valley Blvd., is just a few minutes from Downtown Lincoln and may be reached via West "O" Street. The Lincoln Saltdogs pro baseball team will by vying for a playoff spot in the newly created American Association of Independent Professional Baseball, North Division. The players have a 95 day season and games are scheduled for at least 90 of those days, with 48 of those games at home. Cost: Ticket prices are affordable for families.

Ager Play Center

1300 S. 27th Street (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68503
Phone: (402) 441-6792

Hours: Sessions change seasonally. Call for current times.

Ager Play Center is an active play place for younger people. It has a large play structure designed for kids 3 years old and under 48 inches tall. On the outside of the structure there is a track on which kids can ride trikes or people can walk. The toddler area is for children who aren’t 3 years old. It has a small ball pool similar to the large structure.