- TripBuzz found 35 things to do with kids in or near Raymond, Nebraska, including 35 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lincoln, Ashland and Roca.
- From Champions Fun Center to Museum of American Speed, the Raymond area offers 43 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Bowling.
Speed demons love the Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska. This indoor/outdoor museum features hundreds of souped-up hot rods and racing vehicles. It also has large displays of engines, transmissions and other inner components.
Divided into two bowls and three levels, the Pinnacle Bank Arena can hold over 15,000 individuals. The arena is home to the Nebraska Husker Basketball Team and hosts a variety of events, including concerts, conferences, and outside sporting events.
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Visitors can take scheduled or self-guided tours at Lester F. Larsen Tractor Test & Power Museum which contains a large collection of tractors. The museum is filled with exhibits to teach patrons about tractor testing and performance data.
The Joyo Theater is a movie theater that has private rooms and auditoriums that are available to rent for children's birthday parties as well as private screenings. The theater admits children under the age of 3 for free.
The University of Nebraska State Museum offers visitors the chance to interact with an interactive map explaining earth's evolution, see photographs by Don Doll, S.J. of Native American children, and explore fossils found over the last 50 years when making Nebraska's highways. At the museum, visitors see natura…
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Quilts and quilting are the center of attention at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. The museum has over 3500 quilts in its permanent collection and frequently hosts traveling exhibitions from other textile museums.
The University of Nebraska at Lincoln operates the Lied Performing Art Center, which opened in 1990. The center, which has 2,210 seats in the main theater, often has orchestra and theatre performances, as well as speakers.