More than a Husker museum, this is a place where you can shop and view collectibles from Husker legends. The gallery features rare items from a private collection that include: The original 1928 horseshoe players touched for good luck before going out onto the field, the first printed football program at Memorial Stadium, Bob Devaney's original Hall of Fame induction certificate, Tommie Frazier's 1993 Orange Bowl jersey, and much, much more!
Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage & Retro, Coins, Books, Jewelry, Records, Large Military selection, Toys, Glassware, Furniture, Crocks, Clocks & Watches, Linens, Husker Decor, License Plates, Tools, Hunting-Fishing-Sporting Items, Paper Goods, Dolls, Beer-Dairy-Soda-Oil Advertising, Banks, Taxidermy, Lanterns & Lamps, Unique & Unusual Items.
Enjoy browsing 1000's of items from over 60 dealers in one building. New Selections arrive daily. Dealers Welcome, Free parking on east side of building & either side of "O" Street. From I-80--Exit 403--South 4.5 miles--3 blocks west. OPEN DAILY 10-7
Wagon Train State Recreation Area comprises 746 acres of land and a 315-acre lake two miles east of Hickman. The area offers boating, fishing, picnicking and a swimming beach.
Fishing: Anglers at Wagon Train State Recreation Area will find bluegill, channel catfish, crappie, freshwater drum, largemouth bass, muskellunge, redear sunfish, walleye and wiper, among other species. There is a 21-inch minimum limit on black bass. For wiper, there is a daily bag limit of three with no more than one fish 16 inches or greater. This area offers a wheelchair-accessible pier.
Boating: All boats are welcome at Wagon Train, though a 5-mph speed limit is enforced. There is one dock and one ramp.
Picnicking: Wagon Train is a very popular day-use spot and offers 125 picnic tables, 109 grills and one picnic shelter.
Hiking: The area has one mile of trails for hiking and mountain biking.
Swimming: Wagon Train offers one unsupervised swimming beach.
RV and Tent Camping: Wagon Train offers 28 camping pads with 20-, 30- and 50-amp electrical hookups and 80 non-pad sites without electricity. Water, vault toilets and a dump station are available to campers.
White Elm Brewing is a brewery with a modern take on rustic ales with a focus on using only the highest quality, vegan friendly ingredients and a reverence for brewing history. White Elm offers modern American and classic Belgian ales.
Wilderness Park, Lincoln's largest park, covers more than 1,475 acres and features over 22 miles of bridle, hiking and biking trails. The trails begin in southwest Lincoln at South 1st and Park Boulevard. The Jamaica North Trail goes through the park stretching six and a half miles and connecting with the Homestead Trail south of Saltillo Road.
27 holes, par 71
Wilderness Ridge is the most unique golf course in the state. Granite boulder-lined ponds and streams, waterfalls, bent grass fairways, more than 6,000 trees, and a 37,000 square foot log and stone lodge clubhouse create a fantastic resort style golfing experience. Featuring an 18-hole championship course and a nine-hole executive track, Wilderness Ridge is home to the Nebraska Golf Academy, Lincoln's only year-round practice to the facility and home to the University of Nebraska Golf Teams.
Hours: 3pm-9pm Mon.-Thurs.; 10am-9pm Fris.-Sat.;noon-9pm Sun.
Directions: From 14th and Superior streets, 7 miles north on 14th Street. Turn left on Raymond Road and go 3 miles. Turn right on N.W. 27th Street 1 mile. Turn left on W. Branched Oak Road .3 miles
Join them throughout the year. Spend time in the tasting room sampling a wine selection that is sure to please every palate. Relax on the patio overlooking the view.
Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.; Sat. 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.; Sun. 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Lessons and leagues for juniors and adults of all ages and ability levels from rec. level to high performance; adult cardio tennis; adult and jr. team tennis; tournaments, events and open court time. Open to the public, no membership required. Fifteen premium-surfaced asphalt courts, six are covered for indoor play during cold or inclement weather.
Wyuka Cemetery was established by an act of the Nebraska Legislature in 1869, to provide a “Lincoln State Cemetery” for the new state’s capital city just 2 years after state hood (in 1867). The three original trustees rejected the first site provided by the state– flood prone ground along Salt Creek west of Lincoln. Instead they chose to purchase 80 acres of rolling terrain east of the city on which to establish a “rural cemetery,” the latest trend in American burial grounds. Wyuka Cemetery was patterned after Mount Auburn Cemetery near Boston, MA (est. 1831). This new type of large, scenic, park-like cemetery with curving roads accentuating the lay of the land and abundant plantings of trees, shrubs and flowers, encouraged visitors to stroll, remember, and learn about their community’s past, continuing that same tradition today.
Wyuka Cemetery has grown since those original purchases and now encompasses over 140 acres between “O” Street and stretching north to Vine Street.
18 holes, par 72
Located in south Lincoln, Yankee Hill is one of the finest semi-private golf clubs in Nebraska. The 18-hole championship golf course features seven lakes and a large waterfall that cascades through part of the course. With five sets of tees, the golf course offers a wide variety of distances that will appeal to the beginner golfer, challenge the expert golfer and anything in between.