The brick-paved streets of Old Market neighborhood are home to a number of historical buildings, galleries, and museums, as well as stores and restaurants. Get acquainted with the neighborhood via walking tour or a horse-and-carriage ride. To learn more about Omaha's history, visit the Durham Western Heritage Museum. Pop into some of the area's stores to browse antiques, clothes, records, fine art, candy, books, and more. Top your visit off with some classic American comfort food with a "cowboy twist" at the Twisted Fork Grill & Bar. Those who prefer international cuisine can find sushi, Mexican, and Italian restaurants. See Old Market and all Omaha has to offer by arranging your trip with our Omaha road trip planner.
Old Market reviews
If you're in Omaha for a short visit, plan an afternoon stroll in the Old Market area. Lots of creative shops focused on local artists. Plenty of restaurants to choose. If that's your thing, then Old.... more »
We had a great time visiting the Old Market. There is something here for everyone. We stayed at the Embassy so we could be right across the street and just walk wherever we wanted to go. I am... more »
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