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There is free parking available behind the building. The entrance is in the front of the building. The museum is in the back of the office. There is good signage directing you to the museum with several exhibits along the route. The staff are office...More
There is a whole world of roller skating most people don't know about. They do everything the ice skaters do in the Olympics but on roller skates: figure skating, speed skating, group routines. The museum covers the beginning from early shoe skates to roller rinks...More
We went because we needed to see Isaiah's coach in the Hall of Frame. What we got was a great attentive staff willing to tell the history of roller skating! We had a wonderful time because of the staff. Well worth the trip
If you are looking for stuff you never imagined existed this is the place for your examination. Old inline skates, they are not new. Powered skates, why exert your energy when the skates will get you moving by themselves. Feeling short? How about elevator skates....More
Spent about an hour checking out the displays - great little museum in Lincoln. If you've ever put on a pair of roller skates or rollerblades you'll appreciate this. Also got a museum history from one of the staff - very knowledgeable - never knew...More
a very nice and well kept museum of a small piece of a great american past time. the office deals with mostly the competitive skater in mind. the museum takes you back to the very beginnings of roller skating, and through the years in how...More
We loved the museum! It is small but packs a punch. The staff member that greeted us was super knowledgeable and friendly. It was educational and entertaining. Loved the cowboy boot roller skates the best!
This small museum is the only Roller Sports museum in the US. The docent, Rhonda, was so eager to share the museum's collections and displays. We were in Lincoln for the National Competitions of the USARS (US Roller Sports). Of course, we were interested in...More