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10 Things For You To Do in Omaha

Omaha, Nebraska is one of the most exciting cities in all of the midwest! 

It has a great deal of appeal for all types of people. This area is perfect for families looking for wholesome family activities and young people looking for an exciting night out on the time. 

We have compiled a list of our favorite places and restaurants to visit in Omaha! Check them out below!


5 Places to Visit in Omaha


1. Omaha Children's Museum

The Omaha Children's Museum is an education and exploration museum for children in Downtown Omaha. Kids can learn at the different exhibits such as Super Gravitron, Imagination Playground, Tinker Lab, Science Showplace, and more!

The museum has an outdoor water area called Sandy’s Splish-Splash Garden that is open during the summer. In 2007, the museum added an artist in residence program with the first artist being Janie York. The Omaha Children's Museum was started in 1976 by Omaha educators.

500 S 20th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 342-6164


2. Omaha Mavericks Baseball

Rediscover your dreams of playing baseball! The Omaha Mavericks baseball team is the NCAA Division I competing team from the University of Nebraska Omaha.

They play their home games at J. J. Isaacson Field at Seymour Smith Park. You can relax in the beautiful weather or watch ever move of the pitcher and batter. It is still America’s pastime.

6802 Harrison Street
Omaha, NE 68127
(402) 554-6287


3. The Old Market

The Old Market District was built in the late 19th century during Omaha’s railroad industry boom. In 1968, Samuel Mercer began buying the historic buildings in order to create a shopping, dining, and entertainment destination.

Today the Old Market District is an eclectic neighborhood with plenty of places to visit. Restaurants includes the Le Bouillon Restaurant. Explore the area!

1100 Howard St
Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-7151


4. Fun-Plex Waterpark & Rides

Fun-Plex Waterpark & Rides is the biggest amusement park in Nebraska! The amusement park started in 1979 as The Kart Ranch. During the 1980s, Fun-Plex added the water park features of the Motion Ocean and the Typhoon water slides.

It is fun for all ages! In 2016, they added the state’s only swim-up bar nicknamed Breakers Bay Bar. The amusement park has non-water attractions such as go-karts and a 18-hole miniature golf course.

7003 Q Street
Omaha, NE 68117
(402) 331-8436

5. College World Series

Get ready for some baseball! The College World Series is an annual college baseball tournament held in our own city of Omaha. The games have been played at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha since 2011.

The tournament has been held in Omaha since 1950. The College World Series will continue to be held in Omaha until at least 2035.

808 N. 13th St.
Omaha, NE 68102


5 Amazing Places to Eat in Omaha

This city has a thriving restaurant scene. Omaha is where Butter Brickle Ice Cream and the Reuben sandwich were invented. Check out these five amazing restaurants in Omaha!


Sage Student Bistro

Bistro, American, $

Sage Student Bistro is a restaurant created by Metropolitan Community College. Culinary students prepare and serve the food. It is otherwise identical to a regular restaurant. The menu is contemporary American. Reservations are recommended.

5630 N 30th St
Omaha, NE 68111



Le Voltaire French Restaurant

French, $$

Le Voltaire is a French restaurant that has been serving amazing food since 2001. Executive Chef Cedric Fichepain specializes in classic French dishes such as escargots de Bourgogne, paupiette de veau, and bouillabaisse de Marseille. Le Voltaire has the biggest collection of French wine in the state!

569 N 155th Plaza
Omaha, NE 68154



Dinker's Bar

Bar, Pubgrub, $

Dinker’s Bar is a casual restaurant and bar that plates up tasty American food. It was opened by Frank “Dinker” Synowiecki in 1965. They have great burgers, sandwiches, and salads. Great a specialty cocktails to drink. Be forewarned, Dinker’s Bar is cash only.

2368 S 29th St
Omaha, NE 68105



Nicola’s Italian Wine & Fare

Italian, Wine, Mediterranean, $

Nicola’s Italian Wine & Fare is an Italian restaurant in the Old Market District. They have been satisfying customer’s hunger since 2013. You can get the classics such as lasagna and portobello ravioli. As the name suggests, Nicola’s Italian Wine & Fare has a gorgeous selection of wine.

521 S 13th St
Omaha, NE 68102



V. Mertz 

Restaurant, American, $$

V. Mertz Restaurant serves contemporary American in The Old Market area. The menu changes frequently to take advantage of fresh ingredients. V. Mertz has a great collection of wine and cocktails to pair with your meal.

1022 Howard St
Omaha, NE 68102