Omaha Attractions

Omaha's Midwestern charm and hospitality are traits reflected in the city's top attractions. These top destinations are full of educational, recreational and fun activities, so you're guaranteed to have a good time while learning something new. Check out some of our favorite Omaha attractions.

The Durham Museum
The Durham Museum transports visitors back in time to explore famous people, places and eras. Explore Omaha's history through world-class exhibits and attractions covering historical and contemporary issues from around the nation and the world. Take pleasure in learning about the past at an amazing museum affiliated with the world-renowned Smithsonian Institution.

Address: 801 South 10th Street, Suite 200, Omaha, NE 68108 - MAP
Phone: (402) 444-5071
Web: www.durhammuseum.org

Joslyn Art Museum
Fledgling artists, art lovers, tourists and residents can enjoy the impressive permanent and awe inspiring traveling exhibits and attractions that make up the galleries of the Joslyn Art Museum. Sit and enjoy a single piece of art, amble through the wondrous displays and take a break in the delightful Cafe Durham.

Address: 2200 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE 68102 - MAP
Phone: (402) 342-3300
Web: www.joslyn.org

Omaha Botanical Gardens
Stop and smell the roses at the Lauritzen Gardens, also referred to as Omaha's Botanical Center. Meander through the garden's pathways to discover a Japanese Garden, Peony Garden, Rose Garden, Victorian Garden and Herb Garden. Marvel at the whimsical and thought-provoking, mile-high sculptures placed throughout the gardens. After exploring the garden attractions and artworks, mingle together at the cozy Cafe and have a blooming good time.

Address: 100 Bancroft Street, Omaha, NE 68108 - MAP
Phone: (402) 346-4002
Web: www.lauritzengardens.org

Old Market
Step into Omaha's Old Market, the city's premier arts and entertainment district offering visitors unique attractions, shopping destinations, varied dining choices, exciting and diverse nightlife, and the distinctive experience of still and performing arts. You'll appreciate the charm of the Old Market's museums and historic architecture transporting you back to the bygone years of Omaha.

Address: 1000 Howard Street, Omaha, NE 68102 - MAP
Phone: (402) 341-7151
Web: www.oldmarket.com

Omaha Children’s Museum
You don't have to be a child to enjoy the Omaha Children's Museum. A scientific wonderland of history, science and exploration begs everyone to get in touch with their inner child as they play their way through the world of dinosaurs, science labs and the exploration of technology.

Address: 500 South 20th Street, Omaha, NE 68102 - MAP
Phone: (402) 342-6164
Web: www.ocm.org

Henry Doorly Zoo
Go big or go home is the animal kingdom motto at Henry Doorly Zoo. The zoo is home to attractions like the world's largest cat complex, the world's largest nocturnal animal display, the world's largest indoor swamp, the world's largest indoor rain forest, the world's largest indoor desert and the world's largest dome!

Address: 3701 South 10th Street, Omaha, NE 68107 - MAP
Phone: (402) 733-8400
Web: www.omahazoo.com

Fun Plex Speedway
Soak up the fun at Fun Plex, Omaha's largest amusement park. Be ready for some fun as you challenge speed and gravity on wild rides and attractions like the go karts at the Fun Plex Speedway or the waves at Motion of the Ocean! This is your one-stop spot for thrills in Omaha.

Address: 7003 Q Street, Omaha, NE 68117 - MAP
Phone: (402) 331-8436
Web: www.fun-plex.com

CenturyLink Center Omaha
Get in on the action at The CenturyLink Center Omaha, Omaha's number one destination for first-class sports entertainment, concerts and conventions. Check the center's schedule and get your tickets to the best hockey and basketball games, professional wrestling events, premier rodeo shows, and festivals the city has to offer!

Address: 455 North 10th Street, Omaha, NE 68102 - MAP
Phone: (402) 341-1500
Web: centurylinkcenteromaha.com