Tag Archive: Things to do in Omaha

Jun 25

Omaha Children’s Museum: Fantastic Family Fun

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The Omaha Children’s Museum was a fantastic family fun outing during our time in Nebraska.  We take our children all over the place.  Mainly to see things that we want to see.  Hoping that they will like it.  But to a 3-year-old waterfalls, museums, and hikes all kind of run together after a while.  So …

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Jun 22

Pioneer Courage Park

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Pioneer Courage Park is a downtown Omaha memorial dedicated to those that settled the land.  This monument to those pioneers begins at Pioneer Courage Park and ends at the Nebraska Wilderness Park.  Together these two parks have more than 100 individual bronze statues giving a glimpse of the daring tenacity of the pioneer spirit.  We …

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Jul 25

Great Zoo Exhibit: Scott Kingdom of the Seas Aquarium

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Scott Kingdom of the Seas Aquarium: Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium The Scott Kingdom of the Seas Aquarium is one of the many key exhibits located in Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha, Nebraska.  This aquarium first opened its doors in 1995 and just went under an extensive remodeling in 2012.  The Scott Kingdom of the …

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Jul 10

Great Zoo Exhibit: The Lied Jungle

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The Lied Jungle Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium The Lied Jungle is one of the largest immersive rain forest zoo exhibits in the world at 1.5 acres of space complete with a 50-foot waterfall I would say this is as close as a person can get to a rainforest without actually going to one.  Karen and …

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Dec 05

Henry Doorly Zoo: Like Taking a Trip around the World without leaving Omaha

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The Henry Doorly Zoo located in Omaha, Nebraska has some of the most amazing exhibits to visit and those places will have any visitor thinking that this is the greatest zoo in the states.  Unfortunately other areas of the park will have any visitor thinking that this is just an ordinary zoo.  The Henry Doorly …

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