Mature trees shade a trail that winds behind the University of Nebraska-Omaha campus. Students and nearby homeowners come ... More
Mature trees shade a trail that winds behind the University of Nebraska-Omaha campus. Students and nearby homeowners come here often to jog and walk. Be sure to look for a recently refurbished fountain. A natural spring feeds the Spring Grotto, although these days a city well helps to supplement the flow. It is surrounded by a sunken garden. Each July, the park hosts Omaha's Shakespeare on the Green event. Elmwood Park Golf Course stretches along the southern side.
Probably one of the nicer parks in Omaha. The giant shade trees give it a nice ambience, and all the playground equipment is in great condition. My only complaint is that the street that runs through it is heavy with UNO traffic, so crossing it while walking can be difficult at peak hours.
As it turns out, Nebraska is not as landlocked as you might think. An impressive collection of naval history sits
on the banks of the Missouri River. The USS Hazard, a World War II minesweeper; the USS Marlin, a ...
A historical marker points out the birth site of African American activist Malcolm X. His family left Omaha in the
1920s. Decades later, community leaders launched a crusade for this memorial, which appears on the National Register of Historic ...
Take a trip back in time to 1903 with a visit to the exquisite family home of George and Sarah
Joslyn, two of Omaha's most respected historical citizens. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Scottish Baronial ...
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