Robber’s Cave has been a source of entertainment and folklore in Nebraska for over 150 years. Initially enlarged and used to store lager for Lincoln’s first brewery, the cave legally and illegally became a popular place for social gatherings through much of the 20th century. Thousands of etchings now cover every inch of the 5,600 square feet of sandstone tunnels solidifying the presence of innumerable visitors through the decades.
Are you interested in touring Lincoln’s landmark cave? Robber’s Cave is available for tours year-round, seven days a week, but you must book ahead. Simply contact 2019 Nebraska Book Award-Winner Joel Green by visiting www.robberscavetours.com
(Forty-five minute tours are just $10 per person.)