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Omaha is overflowing with history and culture

Known for its pioneer history and cultural centers, Omaha, Nebraska, is located on the Missouri River near the Iowa border. Because was such an important part of the American expansion, it’s actually a stop on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. Omaha activities for families include hands-on exhibits, a zoo, and an aquarium, and the destination overall is very family- and group-friendly. Omaha vacation rentals allow visitors to experience the diverse array of museums, activities, and attractions that it has to offer.

Excitement for all in Omaha

Relax at Omaha vacation rentals and treat yourself to a ride on a riverboat or gondola. Activities in Omaha let you guide a paddleboard, rent a boat, explore underground caves, or be amazed by the beauty of herons at a wetland sanctuary. Take a safari at the city’s Wildlife Safari Park, or ride the longest zipline in Nebraska at the Mt. Crescent Ski Area. Baseball lovers can catch a game at the College World Series, which typically happens in June. For even more outdoor fun, play a round at an area golf course or celebrate an exciting festival.

Delight in history, culture, and biodiversity in Omaha

Omaha attractions, such as the botanical gardens, allow you to escape to an urban oasis. Enrich your mind and spirit at one of the many area museums like the Durham Museum, the Joslyn Museum, or the Museo Latino. Bring your family to Omaha Children’s Museum, which provides a hands-on experience with exhibits on science, culture, and the arts. Investigate one of the world’s largest indoor desert, rainforest, and swamp exhibits at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. When you’ve had enough adventure, unwind at Old Market, a diverse mix of shopping, galleries, restaurants, and bars.

Enjoy all 4 seasons in Omaha

The climate in Omaha allows visitors to enjoy all 4 seasons. Summer in Omaha lasts from May through September and can typically be warm and humid with an average daily temperature of 76 degrees. Winter lasts from late November through the end of February and is dry, windy, and cool with an average daily temperature of 44 degrees. Omaha becomes colorful in the fall with changing leaves and cooler temperatures. Admire the blooming flowers and warming temperatures of spring. Omaha can be a little wet, but that’s a great time to take advantage of the many interesting museums.

Natural wonder in Omaha, a gateway to the West

Omaha is located on the banks of the Missouri River in eastern Nebraska and is surrounded by rolling hills. The Port of Omaha helped the city develop into the largest city in Nebraska. The highest natural point in the city is Belvedere Point, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding area. Omaha geography is diverse, and at Glacier Creek Preserve, you can see more than 140 native species of birds, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. More than 320 species of native flora have been identified there as well.