The Speedway Motors museum of American Speed is much more than a car collection. It's a celebration of the quest for speed that has captivated millions of Americans since the dawn of the automobile. It's a walk through time tracing the spirit of innovation that has made the United States a technological and industrial leader for over a century.
Events: The Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed is available for special tours and events by prior arrangement. We can accommodate meetings and dinners seating up to 200 people. Call 402-323-3166 for detailed information.
Tours: The museum is open through out the year to the public. During the months of May through September, we are open Monday through Friday from noon - 4:30 pm. October through April we are open Mondays and Friday from noon - 4:30 pm. All floors are open for self guided touring or we offer a Docent led tour at 1:00 pm at no extra charge if a Docent is available. We are closed on all major holidays
The Rococo Theatre, restored to its 1929 condition, is Lincoln's high-end concert venue that provides the intimate setting for the regions best entertainment, live on stage. It's also the perfect venue to host your wedding or special event.
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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.
27-hole course, all three courses are par 36
This course offers a spectacular 27-hole layout and is open year round to the public. NuMark is located in southeast Lincoln and has been voted the "Best Greens in Lincoln" and is perfect for all skill levels. The facilities include a seasonal golf lounge and two banquet rooms perfect for groups of all sizes.
Great restaurants, unique shopping and fun nightspots located among restored turn-of-the-century warehouses make this area sizzle with activity. Antique shops, art galleries, Pinnacle Bank Arena and the first microbrewery in Nebraska draw visitors day and night. The Historic Haymarket name comes from the original market square of 1867 where wagons, camping equipment and hay were bought and sold. In 1874 the city shifted the area a few blocks west and north and renamed it "Haymarket."
The spirit of the 1800's flows into Iron Horse Park located on the north side of the historic Burlington Northern Railroad depot. A three-dimensional brick mural, "Iron Horse Legacy," shows old locomotive Number 710 pulling the first train into Lincoln in 1870 on July 4th. A restored CB&Q steam engine originally built in the Havelock shops, an 1890's water tower fountain and reflecting pool along with a railroad-themed children's play area offer visitors a respite from the bustle of the city.
Historic Walking Tour: www.haymarkettour.org