During the Summer the average high temperature is Warm (70-90F)
For the most part, the cost of hotels, food, etc... here is cheap
Overall, the crime here is low
Omaha is Nebraska’s largest city and boasts the most millionaires per capita in the United States. It is a medium sized, unassuming city with hidden gems in arts, culture, sports, and outdoor activities.
The museums in Omaha are many and varied. There are several art museums including the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and the Joslyn Art Museum. The Strategic Air and Space Museum features military planes some that have seen battle. The museum also features an exhibit on Nebraska astronaut Clayton Anderson.
The city is famous for its steaks and there are many places to get one. Ask around to find favorite local restaurants or find a good butcher to buy some steaks to grill yourself.
The Old Market is Omaha’s historic district, which has recently been renovated and restored. You’ll find restaurants, bars, shops, and microbrewies in this district.Kid Friendly
The Henry Doorly Zoo is a full day of family fun no matter what the weather. The highlight of the Doorly Zoo is the unique set of indoor habitats including both the world’s largest indoor swamp and rainforest. Bring the kids to escape the heat, rain, or snow and learn about animals from all over the world. Visit the bats in an underground cave, watch out for alligators in the swamp, and look through the windows at hairy gorillas.
Check out the Wildlife Safari, a four-mile drive through several different animal habitats for more animal fun. You might spot deer, elk, or other large animals on your drive.
America’s oldest children’s theater company, the Omaha Theater Company for Young People, puts on shows at the Rose Theater.Cheap
Omaha is often overlooked as a travel destination so prices here aren’t too high. While it is difficult to travel on the cheap in the United States (especially in cities), you won’t find the prices in Omaha as high as other cities like New York or San Francisco.
The public transportation here is good and inexpensive, too. Metro Area Transit operates the buses. You can buy single ride tickets or a monthly pass.
Many attractions in Omaha are cheap or free. Both the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Visitor Center offer free admission. There are many parks, concerts, and festivals in Omaha as well. Every summer there are two free concert series in the parks: Jazz on the Green and Playing with Fire.Search for Deals