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Hastings Parks

Brickyard Park - Woodland & D St.


Built on the site of a former brick-making factory where ramains
of the kilns can still be seen. Walking trail, picnic shelter, basketball courts,
grills, picnic tables, drinking water, restrooms, and playground. Numerous concerts
are held at the outdoor amphitheater. The terrain, combined with adequate snow
cover, has made this park a popular sledding location for years.


Chautauqua Park - 5th & Laird


Also called Prospect Park, Unique playground equipment, tennis
courts, outdoor swimming pool, ball diamond, drinking water, picnic tables,
restrooms, tennis courts, and the largest Chatauqua Pavillion in Nebraska. The
Pavillion was erected in 1907 and several musical and choral productions are
held there annually.



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Antioch School (District 20 School)

Adams County School District 20 was formed on September 23, 1872. Replacing sod and frame structures, the red brick schoolhouse was built in 1902

Hastings, NE National Register

The Burlington Depot

Adams County, and Hastings in particular, are "children of the railroads," having been founded and sustained by rail companies between the 1870s and 1960s. Hastings owes is very existence to an intersection of two

Hastings, NE Railroad History

The Strand Theatre

Studded in bright lights, the Strand Theatre marquee heralded first-run showings of such movie classics as "From Here to Eternity" and "The sound of Music." For almost seventy years the Strand was the grand dame of motion picture entertainment in Hastings. The Strand'

Hastings, NE Theatres

The City Auditorium

Well-known buildings are usually notable for their architectural size or history. That is certainly the case of the City Auditorium, constructed between 1922 and 1924 at a cost of nearly $130,000. City fathers originally

Hastings, NE Architecture

Victory Building

The Victory Building, named to commemorate America's victory in World War I, is one of Nebraska's finest examples of early 20th Century industrial architecture. It was constructed between 1917 and 1920 by harness maker William

Hastings, NE National Register

Things to do Recreation near Hastings, NE

Recreation

The Lincoln County are has long been a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts. They can hike, bike, fish, boat and hunt all w...

St. Paul Municipal Pool

Swimming at the heated outdoor municipal pool is another favorite pastime. The St. Paul Municipal Pool offers Red Cross swim ...

Tubing and Canoeing

The Republican River is beautiful in the summer for canoeing or tubing. A run can be from Oxford to Orleans, or below Harlan ...