Historic Sites in Omaha
In Omaha, history is alive and inviting. Climb aboard passenger trains from the 1940s and '50s at The Durham Museum, step inside the home of General George Crook to experience life during the Civil War and visit Boys Town, the historic campus made famous by Father Flanagan.
Historic South 24th Street is filled with Mexican tradition and stories about Omaha's rich heritage. The Old Market is a true merging of old and new, the historic warehouse area has been transformed into an art, shopping and dining district filled with entertainment.
Omaha is the birth place of U.S. President Gerald Ford and Civil rights leader Malcolm X. The Lewis and Clark Landing commemorates the famous exploring duo's trek through Nebraska, and the Mormon Trail Center showcases the struggles and triumphs during the Mormon Migration of 1846.
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