On the banks of the Missouri river, the spot where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark landed in Omaha during their ... More
Lewis and Clark Landing
On the banks of the Missouri river, the spot where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark landed in Omaha during their exploration of Nebraska was named after them. Today the area has grown and developed into a popular visitor destination. A restaurant with indoor and outdoor dining venue as well as entertainment venue is available. The riverfront is full of beach tables and umbrellas making the scene colorful. The landing is connected to Qwest Center Omaha by the Martin Luther King Jr. Pedestrian Bridge. It's home to the Omaha Riverfront Jazz & Blues Festival .
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Take a trip back in time to 1903 with a visit to the exquisite family home of George and Sarah
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