Top Omaha attractions such as the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, The Durham Museum, Lauritzen Gardens, and the Joslyn Art Museum feature accessible exhibits, allow service animals, and offer wheelchair or motorized scooter rentals. Autism Night at the Zoo is specifically designed to allow children and their families to explore the zoo with sensory-friendly activities and surroundings.
The Omaha Children’s Museum’s entire building is accessible and wheelchair friendly. The museum features sensory-friendly experiences and events geared toward children with disabilities.
All events and concerts at CHI Health Center Omaha are ADA compliant with a wide variety of services including sign language, assistive listening devices, closed captioning, and accessible seating. Both theaters at the Omaha Community Playhouse are equipped with an infra-red sound system. Each year A Christmas Carol is presented as a shadow-interpreted performance.
Omaha’s Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, aka Bob, is accessible and wheelchair friendly. More accessible outdoor fun can be found at Pipal Park and the ALLPLAY Complex and Water Park at Seymour Smith Park.