Explore the experiences below and connect with Omaha’s Group Tour Manager Jessica Weishahn to start planning your tour.
Guided Tours - Listen to fun and surprising stories of Omaha’s storied past, its history as a foodie innovator - Omaha is the birthplace of the Reuben sandwich - and Omaha’s place on the stage – Henry Fonda started his acting career here. See one of the largest outdoor murals in the country and hear the fascinating story of how it was created.
Boys Town - Tour this national treasure founded in 1917 by Father Edward Flanagan. The expansive campus features a museum, historic chapel, gardens and a world-renowned youth care program. Walk through Father Flanagan’s home and learn about the canonization process that is currently underway.
Mormon Trail Center - Engage history at this interactive museum that walks visitors through the incredible journey of the early Mormon pioneers during the winter migration of 1846.
The Durham Museum - Explore the region's rich history in this beautifully restored 1930s art deco train station. Hop on board historic passenger trains. Take a look at one rarest coin collections in the world. The Smithsonian affiliate also serves up historic flavors with its authentic 1930s soda fountain.
General Crook House* - Visit the 19th Century home of Civil War General George Crook. The Victorian heirloom garden features 110 varieties of heirloom flowers.
St. Cecilia's Cathedral - Take a guided tour of this Spanish-style cathedral built by famous architect Thomas Kimball. Enjoy the museum and gift shop.
Joslyn Castle* - Feel the Scottish influence with guided tours through this historic 35-room 1903 castle filled with unique woodwork from all continents of the world.
Riekes Museum - Walk through a re-creation of a ‘shul', a Jewish house of prayer. Explore the Jewish history and culture of Nebraska through photographs and exhibits.
*National Register of Historic Places