Attractions Directory

Big Shots Indoor Range and Gun Shop

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.

Sun Valley Lanes

321 Victory Lane (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68528
Phone: (402) 475-3469

Sun Valley Lanes offers 32 classic lanes for family, friends, and league bowling.  They also feature the Splitz Bar and Grill, a full service pro shop, a state-of-the-art arcade with a prize filled redemption center, and bowling specials every day of the week!

               

Lincoln Association for Traditional Arts (LAFTA)

504 South 7th St | Loft at 7th & K Streets in the south Haymarket. (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 580-8656
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LAFTA presents the finest live folk, acoustic, and roots music performances featuring national and regional touring musicians.  Main Stage concerts are at the 7th Street Loft.  Occasional House Concerts let audiences experience talented artists in an intimate setting.

John J. Pershing Exhibit

Hours: 8am-5pm Mon.-Fri.; Closed Holidays

The historic Military & Naval Science Building on the University of Nebraska campuswas named in honor of General John J. Pershing and now houses an exhibit dedicated to the "General of the Armies." This tribute includes a timeline, historical pictures and descriptions of his service to our country and his time at the university both as a student and as a commander.

Nebraska State Capitol

1445 K Street (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 471-0448

Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Sat. and Holidays 10:00 – 5:00 p.m.; Closed Thanksgiving, the Friday after, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

The Nebraska Capitol, constructed 1922 to 1932 for $10 million, is described as the nation’s first truly vernacular state capitol. Seen from miles away, the majestic four hundred foot domed tower and low spreading base contain mosaics and sculpture representing the natural, social and political development of Nebraska.