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There’s a little of something for everyone in Lincoln, but the trouble for most people is knowing where to find it.
A common night out for many Americans is to have dinner at a restaurant and see a movie, but that can be expensive, especially when the whole family is included.There are cheaper ways to get the whole family out of the house for an afternoon or evening of fun and relaxation. The options found here don’t cover everything that’s available in the city, but it’s a good start to discovering what’s available.
Lincoln’s Department of Parks and Recreation offers a wide range of activities and resources. read more
Whether interests lay in watching a sporting event or taking part in one, there are several options for Lincoln residents. read more
There are dozens of options for museums and other cultural landmarks in the city for a fun, relaxing and sometimes educational afternoon. read more
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