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This is a restored turn-of-the-20th-century warehouse district offering shops, boutiques, eateries and entertainment. Beginning as an open-air market for produce and livestock, Haymarket grew to include the post office and Lincoln's first city hall. Selected as a demonstration project in 1985, Haymarket was the first urban water house to undertake the highly successful revitalization program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Location: 7th and 9th, O and R streets, Lincoln Nebraska Telephone 402-434-6900

Other History nearby:
(Fort Dodge) Fort Museum and Frontier Village
(Lincoln) Historic Haymarket District
(Strasburg) Mill Bridge Village

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