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Travel: Four Days in Omaha

Four Days in Omaha

Four days in Omaha! This summer we were in Omaha on business and had a bit of fun exploring the mid-western city. From the zoo to eats, Omaha didn’t disappoint. Check out some photos and be sure to visit the individual posts if you’re travelling to Nebraska.

Four Days in Omaha

Accommodations, Eats, and Getting Around

Things to do in Omaha

Okay – time for some photos, let’s revisit some of our favourite memories from our time in the mid-west. Oh, and if you’re looking for more ideas, check out the Omaha Visitor’s Centre – they’re so kind and helpful.

The eats! I love corn, without a doubt, it’s one of my favourite foods. We celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary on our trip and had a delightful dinner at the Boiler Room. This dish below was one of our favourites of the trip.

Omaha Dinner Eats - some of the best restaurants in Omaha for dinner.

Old market in downtown Omaha is beautiful – if you don’t stay in this area, you should definitely visit. We visited the farmer’s market, the artists cooperative gallery, and the River Front is right around the corner. With brick streets and historic buildings, it’s fun to just walk around and explore.

Old Market Omaha - the historic downtown filled with character.

Here’s a view from our hotel and you can see the River Front on the far side of the street. Such an inviting place for people to gather!

The River Front in Downtown Omaha - the city's newest park!

A highlight of the trip was feeding the giraffes at their habitat. Check out this photo – doesn’t it look like fun?!

Giraffe Habitat at the Omaha Zoo - one of the best experiences ever!

Well, there you have it – a few things to do, where to stay, what to eat, and how to get around Omaha! We found four days to be the perfect amount of time – nice balance between doing things, relaxing, and enjoying the visit.

Okay – here’s one last photo of us (yes, it’s dark, thanks to the photographer!)

Omaha Zoo - one of the world's best zoos.

Thanks so much for stopping by! See you again soon – and Happy New Year – all the best in 2023!

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