Best Deals to Omaha Last modified: Nov 15, 2019 3:32 -05:00
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Cheap Flights to Omaha
In the heart of the Midwest lies Omaha, a friendly city with a dynamic attitude as powerful as the massive Missouri River flowing through downtown.
Known for its rich pioneer history with the Lewis and Clarke National Historic Trail, Omaha now plays host to an impressive array of world-class museums and cultural centers.
Attractions in Omaha
Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium - Check out the world's largest indoor desert and one of North America's largest indoor rainforests--both easy for families to visit at any time of year. Marvel at the big cats, then cap off your visit at the world's largest indoor swamp.
Durham Museum - Take a trip back in time and stroll past 1940's storefronts up to the old train station where statues tell the story of days gone by. Take your time inside the restored train, and stop for an old-fashioned malt shake.
Mormon Trail Center - Immerse yourself in the mid-1800's great pioneer migration with life-size displays of a log cabin, covered wagon, oxen and handcart. Check local listings for up-to-date events like a quilt show or spectacular gingerbread display.
Shopping and Restaurants in Omaha
Dining - Whether you're into craft breweries, farm-to-fork restaurants, or sampling local wines, Omaha has something for everyone. But no matter what your tastes, be sure to get your hands on at least one Reuben Sandwich--it was invented in Omaha.
Shopping - There's something for everyone in Omaha. Maybe you're after a boutique stocked with items you won't find anywhere else, or an indoor mall where you can shop 'til you drop. Don't forget to check out one of Omaha's outdoor malls, with convenient parking close to the door. And no trip to Omaha is complete without a visit to Old Market downtown.
Try visiting the Henry Doorley Zoo and Aquarium near the end of the day, when most families have gone home, and attractions are less crowded. If you have the time, don't try to see the whole place in one day, and wear comfortable shoes.
Flights to Omaha
Omaha's Eppley Airfield was recently named the top medium-sized airport in the country and serves more than 4 million passengers every year. It's conveniently located close to downtown, and with most hotels offering free shuttle service, getting to your flight is a breeze. There are also two information desks at the airport, where employees of the Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau can help you find your next destination.
More information on Omaha
Want more tips on what to see on your visit to Omaha? Check out these websites for plenty more to see and do.
Visit Omaha - Filled with eye-popping pictures and endless information, this site, run by the Omaha Visitors Center, will even send you a free visitor’s guide on request.
Oh, My Omaha - This blog, run by a local mom, is full of insider insights on Omaha and the surrounding area.