Omaha Attractions 

Explore a city filled with history, culture and adventure.

Walk across a swinging rope bridge suspended over a tropical rainforest at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. Hop aboard historic train cars at The Durham Museum. Climb in, on, and through everything imaginable at the Omaha Children's Museum. Step into the pioneer life at the Mormon Trail Center.

Explore more than 100 acres of botanical beauty at Lauritzen Gardens and marvel at exquisite works of art inside the Joslyn Art MuseumBoys Town is a national treasure featuring an expansive campus, historic chapel and museum. El Museo Latino is the first Latino art and history museum in the Midwest and Love's Jazz and Art Center captures the heritage of jazz in an area where Duke Ellington, Count Basie and others once played.

As you explore the many attractions below, you'll find different experiences around every corner.

Frequently Asked Questions

To view more frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 please visit our information page. Have your own question? Ask it here.

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Which Omaha attractions are open?

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Omaha attractions are beginning to open. Visit the Omaha attractions page for updates on individual attractions. View updates from the top attractions below:

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Are reservations required for attractions?

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Many Omaha attractions require reservations and online ticket purchasing. Click "more info" on a partner listing to for phone number and to visit a partner website.

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Are masks required in Omaha?

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Per a City of Omaha emergency ordinance, all individuals age five and older must wear a mask when they are in an indoor space that is open to the public unless six feet of separation from others can be achieved at all times.

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