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Ager Indoor Play Center

Ager Play Center is a play space for the smaller person; where play is the purpose.

Parks & Recreation Offices are Planting New Roots at 32nd & O Street

Ager Play Center has closed. Final day of operation was March 31, 2017

The Ager Indoor Play Center continued open March 31, 2017. The Historic Preservation Commission approved designating the Ager building as a local landmark. The building was originally designed in 1936 to be an aviary and was constructed through the Federal Works Progress Administration (WPA) program, which employed millions of people across America to build parks, bridges and schools between 1935 and 1943. Lincoln Children’s Zoo plans to renovate the interior of the building to provide year-round indoor interactive animal exhibits and children’s play opportunities.

Registration for many of our programs is available online at parks.lincoln.ne.gov, and as always, you can call our main office at 402-441-7847 for any additional assistance you may need. Don’t forget to like and follow our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram too!

We look forward to continuing to serve Lincoln residents from our new location so stop by and see the new Parks and Recreation offices in late March 2017! The Parks and Recreation Administration, Athletics, and Planning & Construction sections will then be located on the 3rd floor of the building shared with the Lincoln/Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department. The Lincoln Parks Foundation office will also be moving to the office building at 32nd and O Streets.

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