Things to Do In Omaha
Omaha is known as the “Best Bang for Your Buck” city according to Forbes Magazine, so finding things to do here is as easy as it is affordable. To accommodate the growing number of business and entertainment events that take place in Omaha every year, the city has built several major venues and attractions that set the stage for Omaha’s cultural and economic affairs. Whether you’re traveling for business or vacation, there are plenty of places to make the most of your time in Omaha.
CHI Health Center Omaha, formerly known as Century Link Center, is the city’s arena and convention center with over 18,000 seats and a variety of event spaces including three exhibit halls, four ballrooms and over 15 meeting rooms. Fans of baseball plan trips to visit TD Ameritrade Ball Park for the annual College World Series and to root their favorite ball teams.
Omaha Old Market, built at the turn of the 19th century, is the city’s downtown entertainment mecca offering a multitude of options for dining, shopping, art and history. Lauritzen Gardens is where visitors can escape to a green oasis and enjoy the growth and change of a lush botanical garden through all seasons of the year.