Located in Downtown Lincoln, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lied Center, Sheldon Museum of Art, and Memorial Stadium. University of Nebraska-Lincoln ...
$75 per night for 2 guests
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Named in honor of 16th President of the United States, Lincoln is a major Midwestern capital that retains a charming small-town feel. Many history buffs, outdoor adventurists and families head to Nebraska's southeastern corner annually to enjoy the endless sights in Lincoln. Guests can visit attractions such as the Sheldon Museum of Art, the Sunken Gardens, Folsom Children's Zoo, the Governor's Mansion and Wilderness Park. Hiking up 400 feet in the Nebraska State Capitol's observation tower also offers unparalleled panoramic views of the "Star City."
Area visitors typically fly into Lincoln Municipal Airport (LNK) and hop onto a shuttle to major hotels. Most accommodations will be located in Downtown, Haymarket, University Place and Heritage Park. Renting a car is a smart idea for travelers to conveniently hop on Highway 2, 6, 24 or 77 to nearby Nebraska towns. A short 60-minute drive east on I-80 will also take you to Heartland of America Park, Joslyn Art Museum and Henry Doorly Aquarium in Omaha.
Since being founded in 1856 as the village of Lancaster south of the Platte River, Lincoln has grown into a popular travel destination in the Great Plains. Lincoln has a four-season humid continental climate, which makes traveling during the warm summer months favorable over the cold, snowy winters. Time your travels right to attend the Lincoln Arts Festival in late September or the lively Haymarket Park Beer Fest in July.