What To Do In Omaha
Ideally situated in the vibrant urban community of Midtown Crossing at Turner Park, Element Omaha is surrounded by world class shopping and dining all within walking distance. Venture out beyond Midtown Crossing to discover all of the unique adventures Omaha has to offer.
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium - 10 minutes
The world's largest indoor desert and nocturnal exhibits resides at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. Along with one of the world's largest indoor rainforests, other world-class exhibits include the Scotts Aquarium, Hubbard Orangutan Forest and Gorilla Valley, Lozier IMAX® Theater, Durham's Bear Canyon, Berniece Grewcock Butterfly and Insect Pavilion and more.
Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge - 6 minutes
The longest pedestrian bridge to link two states is ideal for avid walkers, bikers, and bird watchers. The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge connects over 100 miles of nature trails along the Missouri River.
Durham Museum - 5 minutes
Home to an extraordinary array of permanent exhibits featuring restored train cars, 1940's store fronts, and numerous other artifacts depicting the history of the Omaha region.
Loves Jazz & Arts Center - 8 minutes
Explore this state-of-the-art 8,00 square foot facility that features the Preston Love gallery, a performing arts area, exhibition space and a gift shop.
A Girl's Best Friend - 5 minutes
A unique boutique owned by a local family that has traveled the world to bring international styles and cultures to Omaha. Browse aisles of unique accessories and clothes as you enjoy fresh southern tea.
Bancroft Street Market - 7 minutes
A flexible art, market and event space, located on historic 10th Street.
Bel Air Plaza - 15 minutes
Set in "The Center of the City," Bel Air Plaza boasts more than 40 unique specialty and personal service shops with everything from arts (both sales and instructions), banquet facilities, crafts, flowers, gifts, hair and nail care, video arcade and more.