Find the Ultimate Omaha Bucket List

(I was provided with an advanced copy. Any opinions are 100% my own.)

Wondering what there is to do in Omaha? Traveling to Omaha with kids and want family-friendly things to do? Planning a couples getaway and want more adult things to do in Omaha? Find the Ultimate Omaha Bucket List in the new book, 100 Things To Do In Omaha Before You Die by Tim and Lisa Trudell of The Walking Tourists!

100 Things To Do In Omaha Before You Die - The Ultimate Omaha Bucket List

Ultimate Omaha Bucket List

Now available at local Omaha bookstores as well as online, 100 Things To Do In Omaha Before You Die explores the Omaha food scene, events, activities, and things Omaha is famous for. There are enough things to do and experience that you’ll probably need several Omaha visits to cover them all! Are you local? This is still a great book and I found several places I can’t believe I’ve never been. Hugging alpacas are already on my to-do list.

Omaha is often called the best-kept secret in the US. Once they’ve been there, visitors and residents alike end to fall in love with the city and all that it has to offer.Not only the home to the “Oracle of Omaha” and billionaire, Warren Buffet and the famous Reuben sandwich, Omaha has many other gems that locals and visitors may find surprising and walk away saying, “I didn’t realize that was there.”

Any case you are wondering what is now on my to-do list, here are my Top 10 Picks from 100 Things To Do In Omaha Before You Die!

  1. Alpacas of the Heartland
  2. Nebraska Crossing Outlets
  3. Hot Shops Art Center
  4. Stella’s Bar and Grill
  5. Soaring Wings Vineyard & Brewing
  6. Lisa’s Radial Cafe
  7. Diventures
  8. Mount Crescent Zipline
  9. Fort Atkinson
  10. Holy Family Shrine

Not only is the book filled with great places to visit in Omaha but Tim and Lisa also included suggested Omaha Itineraries for adults and families. Plus, they broke down the events by season to help you with your travels!

Learn more at thewalkingtourists.com/100-thing-omaha-book

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