Both a museum and meticulously preserved Art Deco train station,The Durham houses world-class permanent and traveling exhibits depicting the history of the region. Explore passenger train cars, visit an old-time school house or grab a soda at the old-fashioned phosphate bar.
Catch the spectacular Heartland of America Fountain with its 300-ft. water jet and light show, hop into a gondola and enjoy the scenery, or just take a stroll through the park. Located across the street from the Old Market area.
A Smithsonian affiliate that houses rare works from 530 B.C. through the 20th century, this vibrant museum features European collections, impressive sculptures and modern renderings. Permanent collections are accompanied by eight to ten special exhibitions per year.
Beauty and tranquility are found in 100 acres of outdoor gardens including a rose garden, Victorian garden, children’s garden and an arboretum. Also includes an indoor floral display hall, café and gift shop.
Experience firsthand the great Mormon Migration of 1846-47. Explore a pioneer cabin, pull a handcart and see a full-sized covered wagon drawn by an oxen team. Dramatic visitor-response presentations make each exhibit a personal trip to a pioneer era. Free admission.
Especially designed with kids in mind, the Omaha Children’s Museum features hands-on exhibits the whole family can enjoy. Get a leg up on learning while interacting with the museum’s enormous Gravitron ball, science lab and more.
Visit the world’s largest indoor rainforest, desert and nocturnal exhibits. Also features the world-class Scott Aquarium, Hubbard Orangutan Forest and Gorilla Valley, Lozier IMAX Theater, Cat Complex, Bear Canyon and more. Open year-round.
This stunning, 3000-foot-long walkway stretches across the Missouri River, giving pedestrians a spectacular, elevated view of Omaha’s brilliant skyline – an almost-airborne experience. Walkers and bikers welcome.
Hitchcock Nature Center is located in the heart of the globally significant Loess Hills and harbors some of the largest remaining prairie remnants in Iowa. The exhibit gallery in Hitchcock’s Loess Hills Lodge is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the Loess Hills landform. Here, visitors will be able to take a 3D tour of the entire 1,003 acre preserve in our mini-theatre, simulate raptor wing motions, and explore curiosity cove, a hands-on learning area for children of all ages.