Lincoln, Nebraska has always been considered one of the best-kept secrets of the Midwest. With a population over 260,000 Lincoln offers all the amenities of a metropolitan city with all the charm and friendliness of a small town.
Lincoln is a year–round destination that has something for everyone: one-of-a-kind restaurants, world-class shopping, historic sites and museums, nature based adventures, exciting night life and much more. These qualities will be evident when taking a stroll through Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket, experiencing a performance at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, touring the Nebraska’s State Capitol Building or by surrounding yourself in history at Morrill Hall. Lincoln is a remarkably comfortable and friendly place, with 128 miles of trails, art venues and a budding live music scene.
A Lincoln excursion can suit the needs of any group – students, seniors or individual travelers. Our tours and attractions offer engaging, hands-on interactions that are sure to create memories for all. We guarantee it will be flourishing with the friendliest faces you can find.
Lincoln is nationally known for having state of the art attractions such as the International Quilt Study Center & Museum which is home to the largest known public collection of quilts in the world and the Museum of American Speed-Smith Collection which holds the world’s largest collection of exotic racing engines and vintage speed equipment. Lincoln is also well known for having one of the region’s largest farmers markets, held in the Historic Haymarket District.
Lincoln is easily accessible, being less than a day’s drive from key Midwestern cities like Denver, Omaha, Minneapolis, Des Moines, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago. Our affordable prices make finding a place to visit possible for groups of all budgets.
The Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau is here to make the most out of your Lincoln experience. As a full service CVB, we are happy to assist you in any stage of your tour, from early planning, to hotel reservations and providing complimentary group services. We look forward to not only seeing you but also the opportunity to share with you the great city of Lincoln!
For more information about booking your next tour, please contact Kelsey Bousquet at (402) 436-2310 or email at email@example.com. You can also join us online at www.lincoln.org for additional information.