Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Ancient civilizations believed paradise existed at the highest point in the universe, within a fiery sphere they called “The Empyrean.” Inspired by this sentiment, we set out to infuse every batch of our handcrafted ales with our notion of paradise. Take a journey with us, one sip at a time. Together, we pursue the brew.
With a varied portfolio of both signature and experimental recipes, our fine ales and lagers can be sampled next door at Lazlo’s Brewery & Grill in the Haymarket, and throughout the Midwest. Visit the Empyrean website for details on upcoming tours, or to locate a retailer near you.
Hours: Monday - Friday: by appointment; Friday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Saturday: 12:00 pm - 10:30 pm; Sunday: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm.
We love crafting games with interesting puzzles that immerse you in a story. We've had over 5,000 participants attempt to escape 9 different room designs. We are always scheming new themes and designing new maps and you can follow us on social media to keep up with the latest.
Eugene T. Mahoney State Park is open year-round. Overnight cabin and lodge room accommodations, camping sites and food service is available. Seasonal activities include Family Aquatic Center, Ice Skating Rink, Activities Center, indoor playground, horseback trail rides, playhouse theater, fishing, hiking and biking. State park permit is required.
For more information on Fairview, or to schedule a tour, call 402-481-3032. Please schedule tours at least 48 hours in advance.
Fairview is closed for all major holidays, and often, the day prior and after.
William Jennings Bryan served two terms in Congress, was U.S. Secretary of State and was the Democratic nominee for President in 1896, 1900 and 1908. His historic residence has been restored to its early 1900's grandeur. The house that once sat atop a hill and offered a "fair view" of the Prairie Capital and its adjacent farms has been incorporated into the Bryan Medical Center campus and is located about 1 block east of 48th Street on the north side of Sumner Street. The Bryan Museum, on the lower level, includes authentic displays and recordings.
Want to try some local wine but can't make it to a winery? The From Nebraska Gift Shop carries well over 100 varieties from over 15 different Nebraska wineries. We offer wine tastings any time the shop is open @ 6 samples for $5 which makes a nice size glass of wine. You can also get a glass of wine and of course you can buy a bottle or more to take home with you! Nebraska wines have been winning national and international awards with their wines, so come check them out. You can also pick up your souvenirs while you are there.
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm; Sunday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Gallery 9 is an independent gallery located in the spacious, turn-of-the-century Mission Arts Building at 124 S. 9th St. in Lincoln, NE. The gallery features a wide selection of art by local artists, including paintings, jewelry, photography, sculpture, turned wood, ceramics, gifts and more. New shows on display every month.
Hours: By Appointment Only
The Nebraska Governor’s Residence offers guided tours on Thursday afternoons by appointment only. Tour reservations are required two weeks in advance. To sign up for a tour or for additional information please visit: www.governor.nebraska.gov or call: 402-471-3466. A photo ID and additional information may be required before entering for security purposes.
Hours: Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm; Sunday - Monday: CLOSED
The Great Plains Art Museum in downtown Lincoln, NE exhibits art that interprets the history, culture, environment, and creative spirit of the Great Plains of North America. Changing exhibitions feature contemporary artists as well as work from the Museum’s permanent collection including art of the American West and Native American art consisting of bronze sculptures, paintings and drawings, other works on paper, and photographs.
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.
Hours: Sunrise to 11:00 pm.
This quaint, Renaissance-style park includes a gazebo, fountain, play area and benches all surrounded by an ornate cast iron fence. It is tucked away in Lincoln's historic Near South neighborhood and transports visitors to the calm nostalgic times of days gone by.