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Things to do in Nebraska
Omaha - absorb the views from the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge
The Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge is 3,000 feet long and spans the mighty Missouri River. It joins and connects the states of Omaha and Nebraska. The bridge is just 60 feet above the flowing river and offers magnificent views of the region, especially when standing in the middle of the bridge, looking either up or down stream. The bridge is well lit at night, making it a stunning distance landmark. At either end of the bridge are some interesting places to visit and things to do.
Omaha - enjoy a day with the animal at Henry Doorly Zoo
Omaha’s Zoo is home to the world’s largest indoor desert. Here you will find a display of nocturnal wildlife as well as a spectacular indoor rainforest, plus the aquarium has a walkway tunnel. The highlight to many that visit the zoo is a trip on the Skyfari, which is an overhead gondola, that gives remarkable views of the animals, and allows you to spot areas that you have missed or want to see again.
Omaha - enjoy a romantic gondola ride at Heartland of America Park
A great way to see the 300 foot water jet, that is in the center of the Heartland of America Park, in Omaha, is whilst enjoying a ride in one of the gondolas that are available to visitors. The view is especially beautiful in the evening, when the fountain is lit and produces a magic light show. For those that do not like boat trips, a number of other exhibits can be found, by taking a pleasant walk around the park.
Omaha - enjoy the acoustic wonder at the Holland Performing Arts Center
Music aficionados will enjoy the acoustics in the award wining concert hall, sited in the Holland Performing Arts Center. Here up to 2,000 people can sit in comfort and have great views of the performers, while listerning to the musc. The center regularly hosts more intimate recitals, in its smaller hall, that is ideal for around 300 people. During the summer months some concerts and recitals are held and performed outdoors, normally in the central courtyard.
Omaha - enjoy the foot tapping rhythms along the riverfront
Residents of Omaha are spoilt for choice when it comes to music entertainment. The city has a numerous choice of excellent venues, set around the river front and also the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge. Whether you like modern, jazz or blues there is sure to be something in the area that will suit your taste. There are also a number of festivals, held during various times through the year, so check the local press for upcoming events and functions.
Omaha - experience the Freedom Park Navy Museum
There are very few places in the world where you can walk around a warship and look up at it, from the bottom of the keel, but the Freedom Park Navy Museum, in Omaha, is one of them. This small museum is home to USS Hazard, a World War II minesweeper and the USS Marlin, which was used for training. You can explore both of these whilst here and can also find out more about them by asking questions to the very experienced, informative guides that are on duty at the museum.
Omaha - experience the Old Market shopping
Situated in downtown Omaha, along uneven cobblestone streets is where the Old Market can be found. It offers a superb variety of shopping and entertainment experiences. Take time to browse in the many boutique shops that display a delightful range of temping goods. For those wanting a drink or meal, why not pop into many of the restaurants that are also in the area. During the daytime enjoy a ride in a horse drawn buggy and then in the evening, settle down in a jazz club.
Omaha - learn through play at the Omaha Children’s Museum
Everyone knows that children learn best by playing. The Omaha Children Museum offers just that chance, where kids can play in the fields of science, history and art. The museum uses proven techniques to make children aware of the world around them, plus also takes them back in history, in a fun way, as far back as prehistoric times. A number of special events are held here each and every year and a a very successful, well run summer camp operates here.
Omaha - see the art deco architecture at the Durham Museum
Once the main railway station in the city, and built to impress is where the Durham Western Heritage Museum is housed. It reflects the style of some of the artwork that it now displays along with a number of exhibits on life in the region in days gone by. The museum makes good use of modern technologies, to help get its message across to visitors and also to make it more enjoyable for younger childern.
Omaha - wander around the Lauritzen Gardens Botanical Center
The Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha offer a tranquil setting where visitors can come to relax throughout the day and take in the beauty of the gardens, thatare planted so that there are plants and bushes in bloom, during the four seasons. The gardens are also home to a number of sculptures, created by local artist Kaneko. Tours around the gardens and explanations for both children and adults are available most days, and depend on the weather and season.
Introduction of Nebraska
For those planning to spend any considerable amount of time in the state, Nebraska hotels are thankfully located in various locations whether it be close to the big cities, outdoor parks or in the country. As it is the largest city, Omaha accommodation makes up a large percentage of the total number of hotels in Nebraska. Just as popular however to visitors of the state are the cities of Lincoln and Bellevue. If you have come to spend time in the outdoor areas however, you can also find accommodation near the large pine forests of Pine Ridge and also near the sand dunes of Sand Hills. Even if you decide to embark on the long yet enjoyable Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail as well, you can make stop offs as often as you want along the way and break your journey up by spending an evening in a different town. During peak season, check the availability of hotels in Nebraska before travelling.