Anderson O’Brien Fine Art
1108 Jackson Street
(402) 884.0911

Bemis Center for the Contemporary Arts
724 South 12th Street (Old Market)
Gallery Hours 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday
(402) 341-7130

Boys Town
137th & W. Dodge Road
(402) 498-1141

Film Streams
1340 Webster Street
(402) 933-0259

Durham Museum
801 South 10th Street (Old Market)
(402) 444-5071
Featuring The Buffett Grocery Store — a permanent display showcasing the family-owned grocery business that prided itself on a high level of customer service. The exhibit showcases architectural features found on the original store at 50th & Underwood.

Holland Performing Arts Center
1200 Douglas-On-the-Mall
(402) 345-0202 — Main phone
(402) 345-0606 — To purchase tickets

Hot Shops Art Center
1301 Nicholas Street (6 blocks NW of the Qwest Center)
(402) 342-6452
Artist demonstrations, live music and refreshments. Over 80 artists invite you to explore this 92,000-square-foot art center. Come visit their studios and view their artwork. Four “hot shops” feature glass blowing, blacksmithing, bronze casting and pottery, as well as over 50 individual studios and three art galleries.

Images of Nature Gallery
1115 Harney Street (Old Market)
Open Daily
(402) 341-8460
Featuring award-winning limited edition photography of world-renowned nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen.

Joslyn Art Museum
2200 Dodge Street

Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha’s Botanical Center
100 Bancroft Street (located NE of the Henry Doorly Zoo)
Open 7 days a week
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(402) 346-4002
Escape to a hidden sanctuary at this 100-acre living plant museum. Lauritzen Gardens features many tranquil outdoor garden areas, Kenefick Park, a cafe, tram tours and a botanically inspired gift shop.

Midtown Crossing
Dodge Street to Farnam Street, 30th to 33rd Street
Spanning 15.5 acres in the heart of historic midtown Omaha, Midtown Crossing boasts 225,000-square-feet of unsurpassed dining, diversion and retail as well as nearly 500 condominium and apartment units, ample parking and green space.

Midwest Pickers
3701 Leavenworth Street
Specializing in unique, collectible, vintage and estate items, this 10,000 square foot warehouse is a must see!

Omaha Clayworks
1114 Jones Street, Studio C
(402) 346-0560
Live clay demonstrations, working artists’ studios and a gallery featuring the finest works from local potters, including unique pieces fired in one of the largest wood burning kilns in the Midwest and exquisitely fired Raku vases by studio founder, Tom Harnack. Food, wine and refreshments will be served throughout the weekend.

Omaha Children’s Museum
500 South 20th Street
(402) 342-6164
Since its inception in 1976, Omaha Children’s Museum has been a special place where children can challenge themselves, discover how the world works and learn through play. The museum’s permanent exhibits include the Charlie Campbell Science & Technology Center, Creative Arts Center including the Karen Levin Artist-in-Residence Studio and Imagination Playground. In addition to its permanent exhibits, Omaha Children’s Museum offers educational programs, traveling exhibitions, field trips, outreach programs, summer camps and early childhood programs.

Omaha Community Playhouse
6915 Cass Street
(402) 553-0800

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo
3701 South 10th Street
(402) 733-8400

Omaha Stormchasers Baseball
12356 Ballpark Way
(402) 734-2550

Phillip Schrager Collection of Contemporary Art
AmeriFirst Finance
4405 South 96th Street (between I & J Streets)
(402) 505-6553

The Ring Gallery
1915 Leavenworth Street
(402) 214-3061
Tuesday-Friday 11am-2pm & 5-9pm / Saturday & Sunday 9am-2pm
Also by appointment

The Rose Performing Arts for Children and Families
2001 Farnam Street
(402) 345-4849

Strategic Air & Space Museum
28210 West Park Highway, Ashland, NE
Between Omaha and Lincoln on Interstate 80 at Exit 426
Open Daily 9am-5pm

Watie White Studio
1904 South 13th Street
(773) 960-0267
Paintings and linocuts by nationally recognized artist Watie White will be on display in his working studio. Enjoy refreshments and art talk at this jewel of the local art scene.