An Army General's home that once stood guard over historic Fort Omaha, The General Crook House is now operated by the Douglas County Historical Society. It can accommodate up to 180 guests for cocktails and 80 guests for a sit-down dinner within the museum. The outdoor Victorian Garden enhances this unique venue for business meetings, holiday parties, rehearsal dinners and wedding receptions. With the garden included, the Crook House can accommodate up to 200 guests for cocktails and 150 guests for sit-down dinner. We can also coordinate smaller events such as a baby shower, light tea luncheon, or dinner up to 25 guests.