Room Rental, Bed & Breakfast or Hotel Options Restaurants & Things to Do

 

 

Counseling starts at 9:00 AM till noon and then 1:30 PM till approximately 4:30 each day. So you will have evenings to spend together. 

Places to Stay

 

Our Home Reinke Rental   ------------- 719- 783 -2525

 

Comfort Suites East ---------------------- 402- 817- 2456

 

Prairie Creek Inn  ------------------------------ 402- 488- 8822

 

Staybridge Suites   ------------------------------  402- 438-7829

 

Marriot Cornhusker Downtown  ------------ 402- 474-7474

 

Restaurants

 

Don & Millie's  ---------------------  8150 O St, Lincoln, NE

 

Runza Restaurants -- 8330 Northwoods Dr, Lincoln, NE

 

Granite City Food & Brewery  -- 6150 O St, Lincoln, NE

 

La Paz Mexican   ---------  321 N Cotner Blvd, Lincoln, NE

 

Village Inn  Breakfast All Day-------6555 O St, Lincoln, NE

 

Panera  --------------------------------  6149 O St, Lincoln, NE

 

Taco Inn Drive Thru ----------- 245 S 70th St, Lincoln, NE

 

Lazlos Haymarket ----------------210 N 7th St, Lincoln, NE

 

Blue Orchid Thai ---------- 129 N 10th St #111, Lincoln, NE

 

Olive Garden ----------------------   90 Gateway, Lincoln, NE

 

Scooter's Coffee  Drive Thru---------6811 O St, Lincoln, NE

 

 

 

Things To Do

 

Brick warehouses from the 1800s anchor the scene, but today’s historic Haymarket District (lincolnhaymarket.org) brims with freshness: coffeehouses, bookstores and novel boutiques.

Guides at the state capitol (capitol.nebraska.gov) reveal the stories behind the unusual Art Deco architecture, including the 15-story domed tower, marble mosaics and a 19-foot bronze statue called The Sower.

 

Nebraska State Capitol

Nebraska State Capitol. Photo by Jay Wilde.

 

Near Haymarket, The Railyard (canopyst.com) amplifies downtown with clubs, concerts and THE CUBE: a massive wraparound video art screen.


 

Haymarket. Photo courtesy of Pinnacle Bank Arena.

 

Family attractions abound around town. The Lincoln Children’s Zoo (lincolnzoo.org) specializes in up-close connections for kids—even
 a peek at a dwarf croc. The 1930s Sunken Gardens (lincoln.ne.gov) enchants with winding flowerbeds, lily ponds and reflecting pavilions.

Sunken Gardens

Sunken Gardens. Photo by Jay Wilde.

 

Science and crafts turn learning into a fun adventure at the Lincoln Children’s Museum (lincolnchildrensmuseum.org), with displays including a 3-story cuckoo clock that implodes (don’t worry, it’s foam). Finish at the University of Nebraska
 State Museum (museum.unl.edu) for paleontology
 and weaponry exhibits, and a “nightcap” of a star-studded display at Mueller Planetarium (spacelaser.com).

 

A Walk in the Park

Eugene T. Mahoney State Park  Water gushes and sprays at the water park amid shouts of delight. Trails disappear into the trees. Balls rattle into mini-golf cups. Fishing reels buzz as kids fight fish. It’s
 the best of both worlds: an action-packed family park near Ashland (24 miles northeast of Lincoln) with the Platte River bluffs as the stage (outdoornebraska.gov).

 

See other things to do in Lincoln at:

https://visitnebraska.com/lincoln

https://www.planetware.com/tourist-attractions-/lincoln-us-ne-l.htm

http://www.lincolntoday.co/

 

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