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The Nebraska Union is the student hub of campus—a place to meet, eat, buy textbooks and learn how to get involved. It’s also a great destination for any campus visitor.
Athletic Facility Tours
Self-guided tours provide access to the West Stadium and Osborne Athletic Complex Lobbies from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Guided walkthrough tours of Memorial Stadium and the Bob Devaney Sports Center are available by appointment and must be made by calling 402-472-3333.
Sheldon Sculpture Garden
The Sheldon Sculpture Garden comprises important works from the early 20th century to the present, creating a dazzling range of modern and contemporary sculptures installed across the University of Nebraska–Lincoln City and East campuses.
Sheldon Museum of Art & Store
Housing one of the nation’s premier collections of American art, Sheldon is committed to being a national leader in developing multidisciplinary approaches to the visual arts. museum.unl.edu
The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
is committed to screening a wide diversity of high quality film and video. For current shows and times visit theross.org.
Scarlet & Cream, Bavarian Mint and Butter Brickle are just a few favorites handmade on campus. Every scoop served supports UNL’s educational mission. dairystore.unl.edu
University of Nebraska State Museum
Established in 1871 and designated as a Smithsonian affiliate, the museum (a.k.a. Morrill Hall) is best known for its display of the world’s largest exhibited elephant skeleton, a 14-foot male mammoth.
Garden andArboretum Tours
A visit to the UNL Botanical Garden and Arboretum provides different experiences through changing seasons. Each garden has its own special emphasis. unl.edu/bga
International Quilt Study Center
Home to the largest publicly held quilt collection in the world: more than 3,500 quilts representing more than 25 countries. quiltstudy.org
You can see three Huskers’ Heisman Trophies, like this one awarded to Eric Crouch in 2001, when you visit the Osborne Athletic Complex Lobby on the north side of Memorial Stadium.