'The Waiting Room Lounge' is a wonderful place which vibrates to the beats of heavy metal and mainly rock. The place holds regular events and concerts for all. Come down with your colleagues after a hard day of work, or drive down with your friends on weekends. You are sure to have a gala time. Call for more details.
455 North 10th Street Omaha, NE 68102 +1 402 341 1500
CenturyLink Center (CenturyLink Convention Center, Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority (MECA), and CenturyLink Arena) connects via skywalk to Hilton Hotel, and is located 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) from Eppley Airfield. It boasts 194,000 square feet of exhibition space, 16 meeting rooms and a 30,000 square foot Grand Ballroom capable of accommodating over 2,100 banquet guests. The MECA is a non-profit organization formed to manage the construction and operations of CenturyLink Center. The arena is a premier entertainment and sports venue that hosts events like concerts, sporting events, and family shows and is home to hockey and basketball teams. Eric Clapton, Van Halen, and Josh Groban are just a few of the artists who have performed at the arena.
2500 California Plaza Omaha, NE 68178 +1 402 280 2700
Established in 1870, this widely respected Jesuit college enrolls more than 6,000 students each year. Creighton was honored with the number one ranking in 'U.S. News and World Report' listing of top colleges in the Midwest region. Stressing student growth in mind, body and spirit, Creighton includes undergraduate, graduate and doctoral study programs in Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing. The focal point of the campus is St. John's Cathedral, a breathtaking Gothic Revival structure of Early English Lancet style.
1115 Harney Street Omaha, NE 68102 +1 402 341 8460/+1 888 238 7272(Toll Free)
Works featured at this Old Market gallery come from nationally recognized photographer, Thomas Mangelsen. He indulges his love of nature by traveling the globe and capturing her beauty. Photographs spotlight majestic mountains, calm waters and animals of all shapes and sizes. Take a few moments to enjoy the framed originals hanging throughout the gallery. Mangelsen's beautiful work also comes in a more transportable size in the form of prints, cards and books. Visit the online gallery to request a free catalog featuring a variety of merchandise.
405 South 11th Street Omaha, NE 68102 +1 402 342 9617
This self-proclaimed "gallery tucked away in a parking lot" is an artsy conglomeration of paintings, sculptures, glass works, metal works and photography presented in a classic whitewashed, brick-walled setting. The organization strives to provide an outlet for member artists to exhibit their work and local residents and visitors to experience and enjoy these visual arts. Shows change monthly, with member artists exhibiting several times annually. Each year ends with an All-Member Holiday Show. If you are strolling through the Old Market, stop by for a peek.
3865 Parkview Drive Omaha, NE 68134 +1 402 444 4623
This course is perfect for beginners or anyone who is looking for a fast round. This short par 3 measures 1239 yards from the tee box. The nine holes offer a mix of conditions that test even seasoned golfers. Both a putting green and chipping area help fine-tune short game skills. There is no driving range. Make sure you bring cash because no credit cards are accepted.
This city golf course features nine holes and bent grass with water in play. The par 35 makes it a solid game for golfers of all skill levels. As with many other small, public courses, there is no driving range or putting green. A clubhouse does offer refreshments and snacks. What it lacks in luxuries, the course makes up for in price.
This is the place for railroad enthusiasts. Showcased here is Union Pacific's famous steam locomotive dubbed Big Boy. Visitors will also see the largest diesel locomotive ever built. Along with the sights comes a history lesson. Audio recordings share the story of how these huge machines came to be. Admission is free. The park is located just one mile north of downtown Omaha.
800 Douglas Street Omaha, NE 68102 +1 402 444 5900
Take a walk along the riverfront in this 31-acre park. Conveniently located in downtown Omaha, visitors will enjoy the breathtaking beauty of a lake and two fountains. The more modern, computerized Heartland of America fountain shoots water 300 feet into the air and features a colorful nighttime light show. A ride on the General Marion tour boat proves interesting, as well as fun. Live concerts add to the relaxed atmosphere on Friday nights in June, July and August. Admission is free.
Few visitors expect to find such an impressive art collection in the middle of the prairie. Masterpieces abound here. The permanent exhibit includes works by El Greco, Degas, Monet and Renoir. 19th- and 20th-century art receive a special focus. The museum building itself is a striking, architectural find. Thirty-eight different types of marble were used in construction. The exterior glows a light pink, setting the building apart from the rest of downtown Omaha.
Take a trip back in time to 1903 with a
visit to the exquisite family home of George and Sarah Joslyn, two of Omaha's most respected historical citizens. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Scottish Baronial ...
This city golf course features nine holes and bent grass
with water in play. The par 35 makes it a solid game for golfers of all skill levels. As with many other small, public courses, there is no driving ...
Landmarks and monuments pay tribute to the religious pioneers who
traveled the 1,300 miles of the Mormon Trail. The route took the Mormons along the northern edge of Omaha. This site, known as the Winter Quarters, is a significant ...