An urban oasis on the plains, Omaha is a dynamic and energetic city that continually transforms itself. Omaha is named after an American Indian tribe and means “those going against the wind or current.”

“Groups will discover venues, accommodations and entertainment, in a city filled with surprises,” said Jessica Weishahn, tourism sales manager at Visit Omaha. “Omaha is conveniently located at the crossroads of the country in the center of America, making flying or driving easy.

“There is a reason why Omaha was named one of America’s Best Cities. Omaha’s reputation is growing in popularity as a Foodie City and is home to one of the ‘World’s Best’ zoos and is known for being a great value destination for visitors.”

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Internationally known as one of the world’s best zoos, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium is more than a zoo; it’s a biological park dedicated to conservation and it’s  with year-round wild kingdom adventures. For easy mobility, guests can hop on the zoo’s tram, which comfortably transports up to 50 guests to view exhibits throughout the zoo.  


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Hop aboard history at The Durham Museum, an art deco train station turned museum. Step back in time in the museum’s Great Hall and enjoy the same grandeur millions of rail travelers did during the train station’s heyday from 1931­–1971. Lifelike bronze statues seem to come alive with travel stories. Enjoy an old-fashioned phosphate at the train station’s original 1930s soda fountain.


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World-renowned Boys Town, a National Historic Landmark District, features a beautiful chapel in the likeness of a 15th-century Gothic church, historic gardens and beautiful statues depicting the history of the town. Learn how the town began during a tour of the Hall of History museum. Walk through Father Flanagan’s historic 1927 home. Tours can be customized for your group.


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Groups can explore the many flavors of South Omaha, home to ethnic cultures from across the globe. Polish, Czech, German and Mexican history lives on through the food, art, and culture of the area. Located in South Omaha, El Museo Latino is an intimate museum that offers a variety of art forms for visitors to enjoy.  Special programing is available for groups.