Locations with Various Anti-Weapon Signs (or Known to Be Unfriendly)
Perhaps in the future, this will be much more robust and will include pictures. For now, check out the NFOA page. Also, if you feel so inclined, I recommend politely informing any business you visit that has an anti-weapon policy of the failure of “gun-free” zones to prevent crimes (Aurora shooting, Virginia Tech shooting, Columbine shooting, etc.). You may also be interested to know that these signs only legally apply to those carrying concealed who have a CHP. Technically, you may open carry in these places (as long as not otherwise restricted by law such as in schools, government buildings, etc.); however, you can be asked to leave and be accused of trespassing if you refuse, so we don't necessarily recommend doing this.
- Bread Store (48th and Hartley)
- Chez Hay (14th and P, Lincoln) - No Firearms (if you are visiting Noodles and Company next door, be sure to enter through the south entrance to avoid walking past Chez Hay's sign)
- Coffee House (Downtown Lincoln) - "Security Notice [silhouette of revolver with a line through it]"
- Family Thrift Store (O St)
- Lincoln Airport - No Concealed Handguns
- Lincoln Children's Museum (14th and P) - No Concealed Handguns
- Lincoln Vet Center (31st and O, Lincoln) - No Concealed Handguns
- Outdoor Education Center
- Salvation Army (48th and Leighton)
- SouthPointe Food Court (32nd and Pine Lake) - No Concealed Handguns
- Valentino's (70th and Van Dorn)