Hours: Monday - Thursday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm; Friday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (excluding January-March) Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm; Sunday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
Burlington Antiques has been committed to selling quality antiques and collectibles for 30 years. The "Burlington" has been consistently voted "Lincoln's Best Antique Mall". Located in Lincoln's Historic Haymarket District, our mall showcases a multitude of knowledgeable dealers. We are located in the Historic Burlington Northern Train Station, now called The Lincoln Station. For a unique shopping experience visit Burlington Antiques and the many Haymarket shops, art galleries and restaurants. The Haymarket District is conveniently located just off Interstate 80 at the 9th Street/Downtown Exit 401 in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Capitol View Winery & Vineyards is just 15 short minutes south of Lincoln and is the perfect destination for you to relax and unwind.
From our front porch, wine enthusiasts enjoy incredible views of Lincoln's skyline and the State Capitol building, the relaxing ambiance of the surrounding countryside and some of the best wines you will experience anywhere.
Our winery and tasting room, 2 1/2 acre vineyard and historic barn provides a perfect backdrop for parties, graduation receptions, reunions, outdoor weddings and more.
Capitol View Winery & Vineyards' experience will have you coming back time and time again.
Cost: Free Admission
Located in the heart of downtown Lincoln, Nebraska's Centennial Mall is one of the most frequently photgraphed and most recognized public places in the state. Countless citizens visit the seven-block public space that connects the State Capitol to the University of Nebraska. Built in 1967 to commemorate the state's centennial anniversary, Nebraska's Centennial Mall has functioned as a gathering area and rallying point for many different historic events and occasions. The mall is currently under restoration and redesign. When completed, Centennial Mall will celebrate the State's natural and cultural heritage, provide durable accessible walkways and flexible spaces to accomodate a wide variety of activities and uses. Major features include the Capitol Fountain and Plaza featuring the Great Seal of the State of Nebraska, the Nebraska Plaza and Missouri River Fountain, the Platte River and Ogallala Aquifer Plaza area and the Innovation Plaza Fountain.
The place for heart-pounding excitement. You can race in a sporty go-kart, ride skyward in the 4-story free fall, take a crack in the batting cages or swing through 18 holes on the beautiful mini golf course. Explore the Adventure Challenge Fun Maze, play in the 8-lane bowling center or in the huge arcade. Snack bar with pizza and hot dogs or daVinci's can cater a full range of options. Seating for 10-300 in the meeting rooms or outdoor Paradise Pavilion.
Nebraska's premier paintball park for the past 28 years. The park includes 21 acres of wooded area with seven different playing fields. The park now specializes in low-impact paintball for ages 8 and up. Come in for birthday parties, bachelor parties, church outings, corporate events and just plain fun. Now featuring online booking and waivers.
Antiques of all types and coffee/beverage bar.
Code is founded, bootstrapped and owned by two Nebraska natives who are crazy about craft beer. They're proud to call Lincoln home and can't wait to join its vibrant craft beer scene. Located at the edge of the burgeoning Telegraph District, the brewery and taproom offer a cool, comfortable place to share beer and good times with friends.
Visit and be inspired by Lincoln's community gardens. More than a dozen locations provide opportunities for residents to grow their own food. Community Crops provides the land, water, tools and seeds they need.
Conestoga is a 230-acre reservoir surrounded by 486 acres of land. The area offers power boating, picnicking, hiking and biking trails, camping and fishing. Located just two miles north of Denton in rural Lancaster County, Conestoga is a popular getaway for visitors from Lincoln and the surrounding area.
Fishing: Generally, bluegill, common carp, channel catfish, flat head catfish, freshwater drum, large mouth bass and walleye can be found in Conestoga Lake. Additionally, there is one fish cleaning station.
Boating: Only non-powered and electric-motor boating is permitted at Conestoga. The area offers one ramp and one dock.
Picnicking: Conestoga offers 59 picnic tables, 59 grills and two shelters.
RV Camping: Conestoga offers 25 camping pads with 20-, 30- and 50-amp electrical hookups, as well as eight camping pads without electricity. Water, vault toilets and a dump station are available.
Primitive Camping: Conestoga offers 24 non-pad sites without electricity. Water and vault toilets are available to campers.
Vintage building supplies: lighting, hardware and plumbing.