Amusement Parks in Lincoln


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  • Laser Quest
    Laser Quest's mazelike, multi-level arena lets nearly 40 taggers weave through the clouded fog with the grace of a skydiving basket-maker?taking cover behind barriers, swooping around corners, and raining beam-bolts down from the upper decks. Players can compete either as friendly teams or as lone wolves. Once they are surrounded by intense crossfire rarely seen outside of stormtrooper raves, players must use strategy, stamina, and well-timed hand-mirror shields to defeat the opposition.
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    6802 P St
    Lincoln, NE US
  • Papio Fun Park
    The indoor facility hosts trampoline-hopping players at Spaceball or Jumpshot, while an arcade brims with quarter-operated air hockey, pool tables, and laundry machines disguised as video games. Guests can also form teams to enjoy a game of laser-tag in an arena filled with psychedelic lighting. For 20 years, Papio Fun Park has enraptured families with abundant outdoor and indoor activities and games.
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    210 E Lincoln St.
    Papillion, NE US
  • Skate City Bellevue
    At Skate City Bellevue, exercise consists of pirouetting around groups of laughing friends and zipping atop skates at dashing speeds. At any given time throughout the week, the facility buzzes with activity—be it during public skating sessions, roller-skating classes, or roller-hockey league games. Off the rink, Skate City refuels skaters with a snack bar and challenges gamers with an arcade reminiscent of the one hidden behind the bookshelf in the Oval Office.
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    1220 S Fort Crook Rd.
    Bellevue, NE US
  • Family Fun Center
    Otte Golf and Family Fun Center is a perennial fixture in Golf Range Magazine’s list of the country’s Top 100 Golf Ranges. Its 300-yard driving range houses more than 50 stalls—guests can choose between grass and mat hitting surfaces—set under high-powered lights that keep the target greens illuminated at night. The range provides a venue for independent practice or preparation for rounds on the center's 18-hole executive course, a circuit of par-threes and fours that takes a convenient 2.5 hours to complete, which gives golfers more time to trick out the vintage golf carts in their garages. A lighthouse stands sentry over the 18-hole miniature golf course, where guests advance through flowerbeds, willow trees, and tidy rows of shrubs and hedges. Those interested in striking balls that aren't placed on tees or the noses of their best friends can visit one of nine batting cages, where pitching machines dispense a steady stream of baseballs and softballs at various speeds.
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    7052 Dodge St
    Omaha, NE US
  • Pump It Up - Omaha
    Though its name implies a focus on inflatable attractions, the all-ages indoor playground at Pump It Up of Omaha also gets kids active on an 18-foot rock-climbing wall and building with huge imagination blocks. These attractions stand among a sea of air-filled slides and climbing structures, some designed by members of the management team. The bounce castles propel jumpers into the air; and the Chaos obstacle course lets racers run side-by-side or practice shaking hands while walking. The playground also holds special programs such as day camps for young and medium-young children, private birthday parties, and field trips. Many of Pump It Up's staffers are university students working toward education degrees; they often organize contests and games, and supervise visitors while playing on the same level as their smaller guests.
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    960 S 72nd St.
    Omaha, NE US
  • BounceU Omaha
    During BounceU's parties, kids bound through inflatable play structures?and occasionally glow in the dark. In one inflatable system, kids start by climbing a ladder to reach platforms linked only with three inflatable balls. The challenge is to jump, run, or balance on the balls to reach the other side without falling into the massive ball pit below. But don't worry if you fall?the ball pit below is cushioned with Zero-Shock technology. At the center's Cosmic bounce parties, the main lights are replaced by special-effects lighting, which coaxes light from glow-in-the-dark accessories. The center's new location, in operation since May 2013, complements its shindigs with open-play sessions and more structured classes, appropriate for kids aged 2 and older.
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    BounceU
    Omaha, NE US

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