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  • 1 Joslyn Art Museum Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    2200 Dodge St. USA - Omaha, NE 68102-1208

    This pink-marble fortress is an outstanding example of Art Deco architecture, built by Sarah Joslyn in 1931 as a memorial to her husband. The collection includes works from the ancient world to the present, emphasizing 19-20C European (Degas, Matisse..

  • 2 Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    3701 S. 10th St. USA - Omaha, NE 68107-2299

    Among the unique features of this 110-acre, world-class zoo is the Lied Jungle, a 1.5-acre indoor rain-forest exhibit that pulsates with life from Asia, Africa and South America. Monkeys howl and macaws screech as visitors duck under vines and waterf..

  • 3 Girls and Boys Town Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    14100 Crawford St. USA - Omaha, NE 68154

    In 1917, Father Edward Joseph Flanagan borrowed $90 to rent a downtown Omaha boardinghouse as a home for the city's abused, abandoned and disabled boys. The first Christmas, they had nothing but a barrel of sauerkraut to eat. But in 1921, with many s..

  • 4 Durham Western Heritage Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    801 S. 10th St. USA - Omaha, NE 68108-3205

    In its heyday, 64 trains and 10,000 people a day passed through this Art Deco-style Union Pacific Railroad station. Now restored, the Durham Western features a waiting room with gold- and silver-leaf trim, 13ft chandeliers and a classic working soda ..

  • 5 Joslyn Castle

    Archaeological and historical sites

    3902 Davenport St. 3902 USA - Omaha, NE

    Among Omaha's finest estates is this 1902 Scottish baronial-style home of businessman George Joslyn and his wife, Sarah, who endowed the Joslyn Art Museum. Materials used in the home include wrought iron (the front door weighs nearly a ton), inlaid m..

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