For couples choosing to tie the knot in the state of Nebraska, and specifically in the bustling city of Lincoln, they have a wide variety of gorgeous and unique wedding venues to choose from for their big day. For those that dream of having a beautiful outdoor wedding, there are a number of venues with charming gardens with fountains and flowers, as well as several woodland settings. Couples will also find quaint inns, high-class hotels, spacious reception halls, historical buildings, and more throughout Lincoln, Nebraska. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Apothecary Lofts & Ridnour Room
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The Apothecary Lofts and Ridnour Room consists of three different event spaces at Haymarket Square for couples to choose from for their special day: the Ridnour Room, the South Apothecary Loft, and the North Apothecary Loft. These spaces vary in size, allowing for nearly any size wedding celebration. While the venue has an open-vendor policy for beverage and food catering, the Apothecary Lofts and Ridnour Room also offers a variety of wedding packages that can include things like accommodations for the couple, a pre-wedding brunch, a sleepover for the bridal party, and rehearsal dinner, as well as other services.
140 N. 8th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-474-1838
2.Chez Hay Catering
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Chez Hay Catering is an urban event venue situated in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska that allows couples to use the space as a blank canvas for their imagination, letting them personalize the event space to their vision for their wedding, as well as express themselves through amazing food. The event space at Chez Hay Catering features plenty of natural light, along with striking views of the city at night, tall ceilings, a wooden dance floor, and exposed brick walls, which all help create an ideal ambiance for events. Up to 140 guests can be accommodated for seated wedding events.
440 South 11th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-489-7445
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Country Pines offers a beautiful venue for weddings and other special events in Lincoln, Nebraska, boasting gorgeous views of the country landscape and vineyard on the property. The grounds offer eighty picturesque acres for wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, and photo opportunities located only minutes away from the downtown area. The barn at Country Pines provides enough space for up to 275 guests on its outdoor deck, featuring full cover from the rain or sun. Couples can also choose to have their wedding event indoors in a space that features wood flooring. Catering is also provided by the venue.
6305 West Adams St, Lincoln, NE 68524, Phone: 402-470-3665
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4.Courtside Banquet Hall
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The Courtside Banquet Hall provides an elegant and modern hall that boasts a convenient location only minutes away from downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. The custom wall sconces, beautiful wood floors, and vaulted ceilings create an inviting atmosphere for wedding guests. The professional and dedicated team at the Courtside Banquet Hall strives to ensure that everything goes off without a hitch and that wedding events are ones that the couple and guests will remember for years. The banquet facility allows for a variety of flexible floor plans for events and is able to accommodate up to five hundred seated guests.
333 Speedway Cir #2, Lincoln, NE 68502, Phone: 402-440-1513
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5.Lincoln Wedding Venues: Ferguson House
The Ferguson House in the capital city of Lincoln is a significant and historic building located across from the State Capitol building in the downtown area. Built between the years of 1909 and 1911, the home is an elegant and fine example of the style of Second Renaissance Revival architecture in Nebraska. THe house today is home to the Nebraska Environmental Trust, which is committed to conserving, enhancing, and restoring the state’s natural environment. The Ferguson House can also be rented out for weddings and other special events, providing a setting of detailed craftsmanship and original furnishings.
700 South 16th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-471-5417
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6.Lincoln Wedding Venues: Havelock Social Hall
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The Havelock Social Hall strives to provide the best service and banquet venue imaginable in the bustling city of Lincoln, Nebraska, aiming to make sure every event runs smoothly and is a success. The popular event venue of Havelock Social Hall consists of two separate halls that can be rented for weddings, each with a different amount of space available. The Lincoln Room is perfect for larger weddings, with its capacity to accommodate up to 400 guests for seated receptions, while The Havelock Room is able to hold up to 250 guests. Both are designed for events ranging from black-tie to casual.
4538 N. 62nd St, Lincoln, NE 68507, Phone: 402-467-3002
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7.Lincoln Wedding Venues: Isles Reception Hall
The Isles Reception Hall is situated west of Lincoln’s Isles Pub and Pizza on Havelock Avene. The event space boasts enough room to accommodate up to two hundred guests for a variety of special events, including wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, banquets, birthday parties, reunions, graduation parties, corporate events, and more. There is abundant parking available for the Isles Reception Hall, located behind the building to the north. The venue can provide pizza buffet catering or outside catering can be brought in, however, all alcohol service have to go through Isles Pub and Pizza. Price varies on day of week.
6232 Havelock Ave, Lincoln, NE 68507, Phone: 402-464-1858
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8.Best Lincoln Wedding Venues: Lincoln FireFighter's Reception Hall
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The Lincoln FireFighter's Reception Hall venue has hosted events in the bustling city since the year 2000 and is able to accommodate wedding celebrations with up to three hundred of the couple’s closest friends and family for a seated wedding reception. The reception hall offers affordable elegance combined with modern conveniences. For more convenience, the Lincoln FireFighter's Reception Hall has an open-vendor policy when it comes to catering, allowing couples to choose their own catering services and providing use of a commercial kitchen. Event rental also includes dimmable lighting, beverage service, centerpieces, a cake and dessert table, and other services.
241 Victory Ln, Lincoln, NE 68528, Phone: 402-477-6001
9.Wedding Venues in Lincoln: Lincoln Station Great Hall
Premier Catering is one of the leading venues in Lincoln, Nebraska for weddings, corporate events, and other parties and special occasions, ranging from casual to black-tie events with anywhere between fifty and five thousand guests. At the Lincoln Station Great Hall, one of Premier Catering’s event venues, a maximum of 425 guests can be accommodated for a seated dinner wedding reception. The venue is nestled within the city’s Historic Haymarket and has been updated with excellent audio visuals and acoustics. Event rental of the Lincoln Station Great Hall includes chairs, 60-inch round tables, setup, and clean up.
201 N 7th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-323-8420
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10.Nebraska Champions Club
The Nebraska Champions Club is situated only fifty feet away from the Memorial Stadium of the University of Nebraska. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the club provide a stunning view of the Lincoln landmark. Couples can hold their wedding ceremony within the elegant Great Hall, followed by a delicious dinner that’s provided by one of the five catering companies partnered with the Nebraska Champions Club. The clubhouse’s lower level includes an open-air pavilion, along with six overhead doors, providing a great spot for guests to mingle any time of the year. Couples receive all-inclusive service for their wedding event, including an on-site event coordinator.
707 Stadium Dr, Lincoln, NE 68501, Phone: 402-472-6435
11.Wedding Venues in Lincoln: Pla Mor Ballroom
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The Pla Mor Ballroom has been the host of weddings, ballroom dancing, dance classes, concerts, and more in the Lincoln, Nebraska community for over eighty-five years. Venue allows couples to choose their own bartending service and catering companies and prides itself on offering transparent pricing and no hidden fees for event rentals. The grand and beautiful ballroom is able to accommodate anywhere from 150 to 700 guests for weddings, including a very spacious dance floor that can be a total of up to four thousand square feet, providing ample room for the couple and their wedding guests to dance the night away.
6600 West O St, Lincoln, NE 68528, Phone: 402-475-4030
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12.Wedding Venues in Lincoln: Suite One Eleven
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Suite One Eleven is an elegant and luxurious reception hall in the busy city of Lincoln and prides itself on providing a flexible event space that is designed well for a variety of different events, including wedding receptions. Up to 350 of the couple’s family and closest friends can be accommodated at Suite One Eleven for seated dinner receptions or up to 400 guests for a cocktail-style reception. The professional team at the venue also assists with wedding planning and coordination, ensuring everything runs smoothly on the big day, and also provides a list of trusted vendors.
6891 A St, Lincoln, NE 68510, Phone: 402-417-6540
13.Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: Talon Room
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The Talon Room is conveniently located in the downtown area of Lincoln, making the venue easily accessible to couples in the city and their wedding guests. The experienced and professional staff help couples with every little detail of the wedding day, while the local vendor partnerships of the venue help make the entire wedding planning process easier for the couple. Weddings with at least 150 guests can be catered by ChefauChef Catering for a buffet dinner reception. The Talon Room boasts an extensive menu of drinks as well and includes linens, chairs, tables, set up, and tear down for all rentals.
230 N 12th, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-641-0943
14.Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: The Gala
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The Gala Event Center and Reception Hall in Lincoln, Nebraska is a stunning event space for wedding ceremonies and wedding receptions with plenty of on-site parking, an outdoor cocktail patio, high ceilings, and an open concept. The venue ensures that all of the event needs, down to the smallest details, are handled with respect and care. The day-of in-house event management, decorator, Master of Ceremonies/DJ, and event planner allow couples to feel at ease about their wedding being professionally managed from beginning to end. The Gala boasts a reputation for offering the best in service quality.
2602 Park Blvd, Lincoln, NE 68516, Phone: 402-817-4159
15.The Jasmine Room By Venue
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The Jasmine Room by Venue is an ideal event space for rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, and other private parties. Located in downtown Lincoln inside of the historic Grand Manse building, the venue boasts full-service catering, abundant space for wedding guests, and a stunning interior. The Jasmine Room features a blend of modern sophistication and vintage elegance in a historic ballroom with gorgeous chandeliers and antique bar that helps create an excellent setting for memorable events. Up to 400 guests can be accommodated in The Jasmine Room for seated dinners or up to 700 guests for a cocktail-style reception.
129 N. 10th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-499-3608
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16.The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel
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The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel boasts a total of twenty-nine rooms for events, with up to twenty-two breakout rooms, allowing couples to invite up to 1,100 of their closest friends and family for their special day. The hotel’s grand ballroom features a state-of-the-art sound system and 10,545 square feet of event space, enabling the ballroom to host the maximum number of guests. As an added benefit, both the bridal party and wedding guests can stay at the Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel for even more convenience. An array of options are offered as well for the reception menu.
333 South 13th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-474-7474
17.The Rococo Theatre
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Along with hosting a variety of shows throughout the year, the Rococo Theatre offers its event spaces for wedding celebrations and other special private events as well. The theater provides an enchanting backdrop for a magical and memorable wedding day, especially if the couple area theater lovers. One benefit of hosting a wedding at the Rococo Theatre is that both the ceremony and wedding reception can be held at the venue. Couples can choose from three different caterers that work on-site and the theatre also provides the bar service. Up to five hundred guests can be accommodated for seated ceremonies and receptions.
140 N 13th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-476-6540
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18.The Valley Oak Room
The Valley Oak Room is one of Lincoln’s leading event venues, offering a high-class interior, beautiful landscapes, and picturesque views that fit well for any special event, including wedding receptions. The elegant and dynamic venue provides a variety of services, an experienced and professional event team, and modern amenities to complement events. Along with security and catering services, The Valley Oak Room also includes screens, projectors, light and sound services, video and photography services, and a large kitchen. The event space has the necessary amenities for all kinds of events, whether it’s a small family gathering or a large wedding.
10501 Pine Lake Rd, Lincoln, NE 68526, Phone: 402-434-5154
19.Venue Restaurant & Lounge
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The Venue Restaurant and Lounge offers settings that range from elegant to industrial, full-service catering, and five different private dining rooms for couples to choose from for their wedding reception, including the Cornhusker Room and the Lancaster Room. The Cornhusker Room, featuring a chic art ambiance and modern decor, provides a great space for mid-sized wedding, with space for up to 90 seated guests or up to 150 for cocktail receptions. The Lancaster Room is one of the venue’s newer event spaces and is perfect for more intimate, smaller gatherings. The room can also be opened up to the adjacent Nebraska Room.
4111 Pioneer Woods Dr, Lincoln, NE 68506, Phone: 402-488-8368
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20.Wick Alumni Center
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The Wick Alumni Center is part of the University of Nebraska’s Alumni Association and totals thirty thousand square feet, featuring a contemporary design across its three floors. The event space for weddings is able to host a maximum of 275 of the couple’s closest friends and family. The Wick Alumni Center boasts two dramatic staircases and the Pascale Great Hall, which contains large windows, a vaulted ceiling, audiovisual equipment, and a dance floor. Couples can choose from the great hall and four other rooms for their events. As for catering, there are five caterers to choose from.
1520 R St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 888-353-1874
21.Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: Wilderness Ridge
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Wilderness Ridge overlooks the golf course’s natural beauty and is one of Lincoln, Nebraska’s premier destinations for wedding receptions, private parties, and corporate events among other special occasions. Built in Montana and made from harvested timber, the Wilderness Ridge Clubhouse, as the name would suggest, boasts a wilderness theme, complete with gorgeous rustic artwork, natural stone landscape, and handcrafted woodwork throughout the venue. The wrap-around cedar deck at the back of the building offers views of the surrounding golf course, streams, and lakes. Weddings of all sizes can be held at Wilderness Ridge, from intimate gatherings to large receptions.
1800 Wilderness Woods Pl, Lincoln, NE 68512, Phone: 402-434-5118
© Windsor Stables
Windsor Stables, Green Gateau’s banquet hall, provides an experienced event staff to handle every detail and a beautiful setting for weddings of all kinds, ranging from extravagant grand affairs to simple, intimate gatherings of just the couple’s closest friends and family members. The staff is able to coordinate with entertainment and decorators and the chefs with the Green Gateau restaurant assist couples with creating their perfect wedding menu, whether the wedding reception is a plated or buffet dinner, including hors d’oeuvres for cocktail hour and desserts. Windsor Stables is able to host events with as many as 280 guests.
330 South Tenth St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-477-0330
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23.Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: WSI Banquet Hall
The WSI Banquet Hall can be rented for weddings, birthday parties, anniversary parties, and other special occasions. This two-story building is able to accommodate up to 150 guests on either floor. Couples can rent just one floor or the entire building for even more event space. The lower level has a bar area and kitchen, while the upper level contains a bar and a stage. There is also plenty of on-site parking available for guests behind the building. The WSI Banquet Hall also features an open-vendor policy, allowing outside catering for events, as well as outside beverages.
1430 N 10th St, Lincoln, NE 68508, Phone: 402-413-9803
24.Yankee Hill Banquet Facility
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The Yankee Hill Banquet Facility is the event venue at the Yankee Hill Country Club, which boasts spaces for events of nearly any size and beautiful views of the golf course. The in-house catering team offers a wide array of menu options for a delicious dinner wedding reception for a classic country club wedding celebration. Menus can be customized to fit any taste and budget, with a willingness to meet any special requests. Any wedding reception at the Yankee Hill Banquet Facility includes assistance from the banquet coordinator, centerpiece options, a private bartender, a dance floor, and much more.
7600 San Mateo Ln, Lincoln, NE 68516, Phone: 402-488-3900
24 Best Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska
- Apothecary Lofts & Ridnour Room, Photo: Apothecary Lofts & Ridnour Room
- Chez Hay Catering, Photo: Chez Hay Catering
- Country Pines, Photo: Country Pines
- Courtside Banquet Hall, Photo: Courtside Banquet Hall
- Lincoln Wedding Venues: Ferguson House, Photo: Jennifer/stock.adobe.com
- Lincoln Wedding Venues: Havelock Social Hall, Photo: Havelock Social Hall
- Lincoln Wedding Venues: Isles Reception Hall, Photo: dzevoniia/stock.adobe.com
- Best Lincoln Wedding Venues: Lincoln FireFighter's Reception Hall, Photo: Lincoln FireFighter's Reception Hall
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln: Lincoln Station Great Hall, Photo: IVASHstudio/stock.adobe.com
- Nebraska Champions Club, Photo: janifest/stock.adobe.com
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln: Pla Mor Ballroom, Photo: Pla Mor Ballroom
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln: Suite One Eleven, Photo: Suite One Eleven
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: Talon Room, Photo: Talon Room
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: The Gala, Photo: The Gala
- The Jasmine Room By Venue, Photo: The Jasmine Room By Venue
- The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel, Photo: The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel
- The Rococo Theatre, Photo: The Rococo Theatre
- The Valley Oak Room, Photo: sonyachny/stock.adobe.com
- Venue Restaurant & Lounge, Photo: Venue Restaurant & Lounge
- Wick Alumni Center, Photo: Wick Alumni Center
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: Wilderness Ridge, Photo: Wilderness Ridge
- Windsor Stables, Photo: Windsor Stables
- Wedding Venues in Lincoln, Nebraska: WSI Banquet Hall, Photo: Viktar/stock.adobe.com
- Yankee Hill Banquet Facility, Photo: Yankee Hill Banquet Facility
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More Ideas: Sheldon Museum of Art
The Sheldon Museum of Art was originally called the University of Nebraska Art Galleries. It later became known as the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. The name of the art museum was changed again in the year 2008. The name of the art organization that supports the Sheldon Museum of Art has also changed over the years. The Sheldon Arts Association, which supports the museum, was formerly known as the Nebraska Art Association.
The landmark building that houses the Sheldon Museum of Art was designed by Philip Johnson. This building is home to the various collections of artwork held by the Sheldon Art Association, as well as the collections of the University of Nebraska. The art collections together consists of over twelve thousand works of art across various art media. The comprehensive collection of art at the museum features prominent nineteenth century still life and landscape holdings, as well as holdings of contemporary art, minimalism, pop art, Abstract Expressionism, geometric abstraction, early Modernism, and American impressionism.
Over thirty of the monumental sculptures at the Sheldon Museum of Art are displayed throughout the East Campus and City Campus of the University of Nebraska. These sculptures include works created by artists such as Mark di Suvero, Yinka Shonibare, Richard Serra, Coosje van Bruggen, Claes Oldenburg, Jacques Lipchitz, Gaston Lachaise, and Jun Kaneko. The Sheldon Museum became one of the first institutions to receive an accreditation in 1972 from the American Alliance of Museums. This is the highest in national recognition that is given to museums throughout the United States.
Within the Sculpture Garden are over thirty large sculptures that are displayed throughout the year. Among the artists represented in these numerous sculptures are Gaston Lachaise, Bryan Hunt, Richard Serra, Jacques Lipchitz, Coosje van Bruggen and Claes Oldenburg, Michael Heizer, Mark di Suvero, William G. Tucker, Lyman Kipp, and David Smith. One of the sculptures of the museum, created by Elie Nadelman in 1915 and titled Man in the Open Air, was stolen from the museum’s sculpture garden in 1998.
The police has suspected that the sculpture had been stolen during the post-game revelry that followed the University of Nebraska’s victory in that year’s Orange Bowl. The sculpture was recovered around one week later on the East Campus of the university. The director of the art gallery believed that whoever stole the sculpture hadn’t been aware of the value of the artwork, which was estimated at more than $500,000. It was hypothesized that after learning the value of the work of art, the thief left the sculpture where security guards would find it during one of their rounds.Man in the Open Air was placed on display again, this time inside the museum’s building, after around $15,000 in repair and restoration.
The program of art exhibitions at the Sheldon Museum of Art consists of around twenty different exhibits each year, with an emphasis on American art across all media. The museum organizes these exhibits with pieces of art from its permanent collection. Many different educational programs are also offered by the museum throughout the year, such as tours, workshops, lectures, and more.
1209 R Street, Lincoln, NE, Phone: 402-472-2461
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More Ideas: Mueller Planetarium
With its Fulldome Digital Shows the Mueller Planetarium in Nebraska has entered a new era. Visitors to the planetarium can now experience high-tech, immersive adventures within the truly three hundred and sixty degree virtual environment of the Mueller Planetarium’s domed theater that seats sixty guests. The Fulldome Experience at the planetarium is the facility’s most significant advance in the capabilities of the planetarium since the opening of the theater nearly fifty years ago.
Audiences of the Fulldome Digital Shows will take a virtual journey through the universe as they fall into a black hole, watch the universe unfold at its beginnings, go swimming with whales, and fly through the rings of Saturn among so much more. Visitors will feel as if they are a part of some scene in the process of unfolding, whether its far away in a distant section of the wide galaxy or at the bottom of the ocean. The far reaches of the universe can be explored by guests under the thirty-four foot theater of the Mueller Planetarium. The Planetarium provides shows covering various topics in space science and astronomy.
The Mueller Planetarium, the first planetarium to open in the state of Nebraska, was opened to the public in 1958. This was at the same time that the Space Race was just beginning. The planetarium was built a result of a very generous monetary gift from a University of Nebraska graduate, Ralph Mueller, resulting in the planetarium being named after him. Mueller had become a successful business man in the field of electronics, responsible for the invention of the alligator clip. Mueller decided that he wanted to give something back to the University of Nebraska, and donated the funds necessary to build the planetarium. His donation also built the Carillon Bell Tower on the campus.
The Mueller Planetarium is a pioneering facility in unique visual and audio productions. Not only was the Mueller Planetarium the first planetarium in Nebraska, it was the first planetarium to bring a laser light show to the state as well in 1977. The tradition of these laser light shows has gone on to continue at the planetarium for many decades. In 2007, the Mueller Planetarium also became the state of Nebraska’s first facility to utilize fulldome technology. With fulldome technology, audiences will feel as if they are actually a part of the planetarium’s show. The technology provides an experience similar to virtual reality or 3D, but without the need for special glasses.
Under its dome that spans thirty feet across, the Mueller Planetarium can seat sixty people in its theater. The planetarium today uses a special, customized fisheye lens projector to offer fulldome immersive shows to its visitors. Several of the shows cover topics in the science of space and astronomy, as well as more tradition tours of the night sky that are presented live. Whether guests are discovering the ancient past of the Earth, jumping into the center of the Sun, or simply having a fun experience under the theater’s dome, the planetarium offers something for everyone.
210 Morrill Hall, Lincoln, Nebraska, Phone: 402-472-2641
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More Ideas: Lester F. Larsen Tractor Museum
The Lester F. Larsen Tractor Museum is situated on the eastern part of the in Lincoln campus of the University of Nebraska. Founded in the year 1980, the Larsen Tractor Museum dedicates itself to the preservation and documentation of history of the tractor test law of Nebraska. This law dates back to 1919, and started out as a law designed to protect people from tractor companies that would possibly fail to keep the best interest in mind of the state’s farmers.
The Lester F. Larsen Tractor Museum today is still the world’s only tractor testing museum. It remains as the world’s only complete laboratory for tractor testing. The collection of tractors at the Tractor Museum at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln features forty different unique and antique tractors.
Among the many tractors included in the collection are the Moline Universal D, Heider C, and Allis-Chalmers G. Also on display at the museum are examples of the Ford 8-16, Ford-Ferguson 2N, and the Fordson 1920. There’s also a Taishan Model 12, a Waterloo Boy N, and a John Deere 820 among many, many more tractors in the collection at the Lester. F Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum.
On the fifteenth of July, in the year 1919, the Tractor Law was established by the Nebraska State Legislature to act as encouragement for tractor manufacturers to sale improved types of tractors, and to keep the best interest of farmers in mind. To meet the provisions of this law, a laboratory for testing tractors was constructed in Lincoln on the University of Nebraska’s agricultural campus. The Tractor Tests in Nebraska established standard for performance and power, as well as solved agriculture problems across the world.
Tractor testing was moved to a larger new facility in the year 1980, and the original laboratory for testing tractors was established by the American Society of Agricultural Engineering as a Historic Landmark. The historic tractor testing lab was recognized in 1998 as a museum by the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska’s Lincoln campus. Visitors exploring the Lester F. Larsen Tractor Museum on the university’s campus will learn about how the tractor testing, as well as performance data, still contributes to the agricultural industry by leading to more successful tractor use today.
The Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln in named after, as the name suggests, Lester F. Larsen. Larsen served as the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory’s Chief Engineer from the year 1946 until 1975. He also began the collection of various historic tractors, as well as equipment used in tractor testing. These tractors and test equipment illustrate the significant development with technology in the agriculture world over the span of several decades.
Lester F. Larsen began the preservation of this historic lab for tractor testing as well. It’s with the help of Larsen’s leadership that the Antique Farm Equipment and Machinery Commission was created in 1991 by Nebraska’s governor. This was followed by the establishment of a tractor museum in 1994.
North 35th Street and Fair Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, Phone: 402-472-8389
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