Filled with history, science and art, Omaha museums are as diverse as they are beautiful. Made of 38 different marbles from seven countries, the Joslyn Art Museum features spectacular collections from antiquity to the present. See one of the world's rarest coin and document collections at The Durham Museum, and see some of the nation's most prized and rarely displayed military aircraft at the Strategic Air and Space Museum. Lighten up and learn the art of bubbleology at Omaha Children's Museum and witness cutting-edge art at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art.
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Nebraska's largest art museum, and one of the "10 Best Art Museums for Kids" in the nation (Child magazine). Permanent collections from antiquity to the present, with an emphasis on 19th- … more
The Durham Museum, making its home in Omaha's beautiful art deco Union Station, houses an extraordinary array of permanent exhibits including restored train cars, 1940's store fronts, … more
Get ready for the whole family to learn through play! Omaha Children’s Museum is the most visited museum in Nebraska and features outstanding interactive permanent exhibits focused on art, … more
The Strategic Air & Space Museum is home to an extraordinary collection of aircraft and Cold War artifacts that make it one of the premier aviation museums in the nation. Additionally, the … more
International artist-in-residence program located in the historic Old Market area. Artists from around the world live and work in the second-floor studios. Bemis Center galleries feature … more
First Latino art and history museum and cultural center in the Midwest. View world class permanent and traveling exhibitions featuring local, national and international Latino art and … more
Oldest bank in Nebraska (1856). Displays on early Florence history and bank manager's living quarters upstairs. Depot is from 1888 with 1890 caboose and railroad displays. Depot Accessible.
An 8000 sq ft state-of-the-art facility featuring the Preston Love gallery, a performing arts area, exhibition space and a gift shop along with classrooms and administration space.
History and culture of the Jewish people of Nebraska and Western Iowa, displayed in photographs and exhibits throughout the J.C.C. The Riekes Museum, a re-creation of a neighborhood "shul," … more
Railroad artifacts and interactive exhibits chronicle the history of America - from construction of the first transcontinental railroad of the nation to our current high-tech rail … more
Two buildings and a UP caboose house, Mastodon bones, Indian relics, railroad and pioneer memorabilia, dishes, dolls, clothing and more. Accessible.