Family Fun – Itinerary
From the world’s best zoo and award-winning museums to indoor gaming and modern parks for playing, Omaha offers year-round fun for families. Add in family-friendly restaurants and budget-friendly options, and Omaha checks all the boxes. Below is a recommended itinerary to guide your family’s memorable trip to Omaha.
Day 1 - Arrival
Dinner at Inner Rail
Breakfast at Early Bird
Fun at Omaha’s Zoo
Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, one of the world’s best zoos, is the ultimate interactive zoo experience. Plus, seven acres of indoor exhibits guarantee all-seasons fun. Tip: Download the Omaha Savings Pack for savings at local attractions, like the zoo.
The entire family will love looking for OMAI, a cute troll who is making her way around the city’s top attractions (like the zoo). Find her blue footprint, scan the QR code for more info, collect a button, then pin on a backpack from the Omaha Visitors Center.
Fun at Amazing Pizza Machine
Unwind at Amazing Pizza Machine. Parents can take a load off while kids unleash at this massive indoor entertainment center. With classics like air hockey and hoops, parents will want to join in the fun.
Dinner at Amazing Pizza Machine
Build up your appetite for the unlimited pizza, salad, pasta and dessert buffet dining under the same roof.
Breakfast with Coffee
Parents get their caffeine fix while kids order something fun at Omaha’s coffeeshops. Visitors love Zen Coffee Co.’s coffee and toast flights, and Stir Coffee Bar’s menu tempts families with nutritious goodies.
Explore The RiverFront
Get fresh air and sunshine at Gene Leahy Mall in the heart of downtown Omaha. Kids can blow off some steam at a state-of-the-art playground with slides, climbing features, swings and more. Plus, everyone will love going down the giant slides.
Fun at Omaha Children’s Museum
Award-winning Omaha Children’s Museum is an imagination station primed for fun, memorable experiences. Tip: Don’t miss the Super Gravitron machine.
Experience Old Market Charm
Families will have a delightful experience in Omaha’s historic Old Market Entertainment District. Take a selfie in the Old Market Passageway, enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride, and play a game in Hollywood Candy’s Pinball Museum.
Dinner in Old Market Entertainment District
The Old Market’s 30+ restaurants mean a variety of options. Upstream Brewing Co. has an extensive menu of pub grub, Monster Club is a horror-themed restaurant, and Hiro 88 is a Pan-Asian restaurant with sushi options.
Dessert in Old Market Entertainment District
Day 4 – Departure
Meet Bob the Bridge
There are so many more ways to connect in Omaha with your family. For more inspiration for your trip, check out 10 Things To Do in Omaha with Kids.