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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.
People from around the country will gather in North Omaha for this 20th biennual celebration. Enjoy traditional events like gospel night along with new events like a Food, Arts & Culture Expo and ...
Uncork the fun at this annual event! Sample wines and beer from around the world, enjoy small bites from Omaha's finest chefs, and enjoy live music and artwork from local artisans.
Enjoy a delicious 4 course meal, award winning show, interrogations, clues prizes, and so much more!
This exhibit takes visitors to just after Omaha's founding and the colorful world of medicine that early settlers encountered.
The first Saturday of every month comedian Brad Stewart brings together his favorite local and touring comedians to perform their best new material. Comedy doesn't get any fresher than this.
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.
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.
This exhibition explores the technical mastery and thematic complexity of the artist and children’s book author Allen Say, winner of the Caldecott Medal.
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.
Celebrate the 22nd season of making locally grown foods accessible. Shop fresh produce, unique products, baked goods, meats and cheeses, and more from 100+ vendors.
Maíz was developed and organized 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. Op...
The museum princesses are back in an enchanting exhibit! Enjoy sing-alongs, dancing knights, and acting out old fairytales in this wonderful world where books and stories come to life.
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...
View interactive installations and exhibitions exploring different types of play and how they fit into daily living at different points in one's life.
Bring the entire family to the 12th Annual Vibes at Village Pointe Summer Concert Series. The free concerts also include a brew patio and a face painter or balloon artist.
Artist and biologist Brandon Ballangée responds to the crisis of the world's fisheries and the unraveling of the Gulf of Mexico's food chain after the 2010 oil spill.
Self-Preservation Saturdays is a summer-long series devoted to the well-being of our neighbors. Adults are invited to join us weekly for an hour of yoga, Tai Chi, or massage.
Primarily long-form improv, we also host standup shows, short-form improv shows, and ocassionally sketch shows. Our premiere show is INTERROGATED every Friday at 10pm.
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.
An installation of more than 30 works of art proving that painting by Bemis artists-in-residence is an ever-changing genre.