Convention Center: CenturyLink Center Omaha
Airport: Eppley Airfield
Attractions: Old Market Entertainment District, Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, Heartland of America Fountain, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo, The Durham Museum, Lauritzen Gardens, Joslyn Art Museum, Boys Town, Holland Performing Arts Center
Omaha is an innovative destination in the center of the country offering easy accessibility, affordability and fun, spiked with a heavy dose of Midwestern hospitality.
A ground breaking cultural and music scene, top-notch attractions and a lively downtown entertainment district give Omaha its unique flavor. Omaha’s Old Market entertainment district is within blocks of the convention center in the downtown area. Cobblestone streets lined with boutiques, art galleries, antique emporiums, bars and one-of-a-kind restaurants offer a convenient and distinctive entertainment destination for visitors.
Known for its legendary steaks, Omaha has dozens of home-grown steakhouses and over 1,000 restaurants offering cuisines from across the world. Omaha is home to the world’s largest indoor rainforest, world’s largest indoor desert and a one-of-a-kind pedestrian bridge that curves its way over the Missouri River. Smithsonian affiliated museums, contemporary art houses, live theater, botanical gardens and a music scene known for its Jazz, Blues and Indie rock make Omaha a wonderfully eclectic city to visit.
Omaha’s Convention Center and Arena, CenturyLink Center Omaha, offers more than 250,000 square feet of flexible space and is just a short drive from the airport. With more than 13,000 rooms available, convention planners have a variety of accommodation choices.