Where We Are

Destination Lincoln

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Our urban campus is nestled in the heart of the community within walking distance of incredible fine arts, a vibrant downtown, and eclectic nightlife. Adjacent to campus you’ll find the Historic Haymarket and Railyard Entrainment District, blending old world charm and contemporary touches.

Within a six block walk of campus you’ll find over 120 businesses offering a wide variety of food and beverage.

On or adjacent to campus you’ll find six museums, a dozen galleries, two movie theaters, sporting events, concert venues, and must-see architecture.

Downtown Lincoln offers an ensemble collection of specialty stores. You’ll find antiques, products from Nebraska, bookstores, hand-made gifts from around the world, clothing, jewelry, and even a store featuring the largest selection of licorice in the US.


We’re biased because we love our city and state. Here’s what others have to say.

3rd Best Place to Visit in the US (Lonely Planet, 2017)
3rd Best Place to Visit
(Lonely Planet, 2017)
Well-Being Index #1 U.S. City heart (Gallup-Healthways, 2012)
#1 U.S. City Well-Being Index
(Gallup-Healthways, 2012)
Top 20 America's Thriving Cities (The Daily Beast, 2013)
Top 20 America's Thriving Cities
(The Daily Beast, 2013)
5th Safest American City
(Forbes, 2011)
5th Safest American City
(Forbes, 2011)
8th Best Downtown (Livability.com 2015)
8th Best Downtown
(Livability.com 2015)
5th Least stressed out state (Movoto, 2014)
5th Least Stressed Out State
(Movoto, 2014)
3rd Best R • U • N State in the Nation (24/7 Wall St, 2014)
3rd Best Run State in the Nation
(24/7 Wall St, 2014)
#7 America’s Happiest States (24/7 Wall St, 2013)
#7 in America's Happiest States
(24/7 Wall St, 2013)


Our central location makes getting here a breeze whether by car, train, or plane. We are literally in the middle of everything.

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The Lincoln Airport is just four miles from campus and offers service from both Delta and United. Omaha’s Eppley Airfield is only 60 miles and offers direct flights from 20 cities via seven airlines.

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Amtrak’s California Zephyr line connects San Francisco with Chicago, making Lincoln one of its daily stops.

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The country’s only coast to coast interstate, I-80, goes right through Lincoln making us on your path from the east or the west. If you’re traveling from the north or south just find I-29 and set the GPS for Lincoln.


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