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More than 30 whimsical sculptures by nationally-acclaimed wildlife sculptor Dan Ostermiller find summer residency in the beautiful surroundings of Lauritzen Gardens.
What will you build in the new exhibit LEGO® Travel Adventure? Children and their families are invited to use LEGO® bricks to create their own imaginary dream machines.
Step into the world of archaeologists, Egyptologists and other researchers through multiple hands-on elements, immersive storytelling, and real mummies and artifacts. The exhibition challenges visitor...
This exhibit takes visitors to just after Omaha's founding and the colorful world of medicine that early settlers encountered.
The Burlington Station opened in 1898. After sitting empty, the building will have a new lease on life through the entrepreneurial spirit of one of Omaha's premier news organizations, KETV.
Enjoy a salsa dancing class at 7:30pm with DJ Blandon Joiner, with social dancing to follow at 9pm. All levels welcome!
Experience an era gone by through a collection of 1950s baseball cards. Stop by the Hall of History and see a baseball signed by Babe Ruth and other sports memorabilia.
We'll look back at what makes our home-Union Station-unique. Every facet will be explored in this interactive exhibit.
The Douglas County Historical Society takes a look at the history of prohibition in Omaha with an exhibit– the Temperance movement, the distillers, the bootleggers, and the gangsters.
Shop fresh produce, unique products, baked goods, meats and cheeses, and more from 100+ vendors.
Maíz was developed in collaboration with the Museo de Filatelia in Oaxaca, Mexico and El Museo Latino in Omaha. Maíz features works by 24 artists from Oaxaca and Omaha.
Working across media, Kon Trubkovich, a Russian immigrant, reflects on the nature of memory and personal history.
New work uncovered by 37 local artists in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, photography, video and ceramics.
View this lithograph collection of aviation art created by Charles Hubbell, a licensed pilot and one of the most recognized commercial aviation artists in the country.
Fans of great music and great story will enjoy this recurring series of music documentaries chronicling session musicians.
View work from: Duane Adams, painting and ceramics; Margie Schimenti, photography and mixed media; Pete Wroblewski, bronze sculpture.
Enjoy a film every Monday and Wednesday for only $5 a ticket! Movies such as Jerry Maguire, Breakfast at Tiffany's and Casino will show. Visit website for full listing.
Nebraska artist Paul Otero displays his latest series of photo-realistic drawings.
The exhibit covers the history of the museum, the development and design of the new museum, and the massive undertaking of moving 36 aircraft and missiles.
Yoga Rocks the Park is an all-levels outdoor yoga series led by experienced yoga instructors and accompanied by live musicians. Bring a mat! First three hours of garage parking is free.
John Rogers & Gallery 72 in conjunction with Road Show Company are honored to present an exhibition of the extraordinary artworks of John Lennon.
Paintings, drawings, and prints from twelve picture books-including Eric Rohmann’s Caldecott Medal winner My Friend Rabbit and Caldecott Honor book Time Flies-comprise this exhibition.
View works by Sean Akers, mixed media; Ken Heimbuch, abstract acrylic paintings; Judith Anthony Johnston, oil paintings.