Attractions Directory

Noyes Art Gallery

119 South 9th St (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 475-1061
Hours: Monday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The gallery presents 60 artists' new, original art each month located in 4 gallery rooms and 9 studios. Art classes and workshops are available.

Sunken Gardens

27th & Capitol Parkway (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68502
Sunken Gardens is a beautiful terraced garden featuring thousands of annuals, reflecting ponds, waterfall, paved pathways with donated engraved concrete pavers that memorialize special people and events, restrooms, and an ornate gazebo. The gardens are ADA accessible.

Nebraska State Capitol

State Department of Admin Services/Building Division (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 471-0448
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; Saturday and Holidays: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; 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.

Prescott Gallery

4728 Prescott Ave (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68506
During exhibitions, the gallery is open Friday and Saturday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm and by appointment.

Prescott Gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to showcasing contemporary art. The gallery serves as a connection point between the Lincoln community and the students and faculty at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln Department of Art and Art History.

Centennial Mall

Centennial Mall (Get directions)
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: (402) 471-4754
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.