Area Attractions

Our Hyatt Place hotel in downtown Omaha, NE offers guests contemporary accommodations and a casual vibe nestled in Omaha’s most walkable neighborhood, The Old Market. Food, drink, culture and entertainment are mere steps outside our lobby. Feel like a local and explore the area with our complimentary shuttle service (available within five miles of the hotel).

Hyatt Place Omaha/Downtown-Old Market

540 South 12th Street
Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 68102

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Top Omaha Attractions

CHI Health Center Omaha

CHI Health Center Omaha is the centerpiece of downtown Omaha’s $2 billion riverfront revitalization. It’s a hybrid facility that offers over 346,000 square feet of convention center space with an 18,300-seat attached arena.

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

Just a short trip from our hotel is Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, where everyone can be a kid for day—opening your eyes to the wonders of nature and its creatures. Considered perhaps Omaha’s top attraction, and one of the best zoos in the country.

Creighton University

Creighton University is a private, Jesuit university in Omaha, Nebraska and was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1878. The university enrolls 8,393 graduate and undergraduate students on a 140-acre campus just outside Omaha's downtown business district.

Theaters

The Rose

The Rose Blumkin Performing Arts Center or The Rose is a historic theater built in 1926 and featuring Moorish and Classical styles. The theater specializes in children’s and family experiences, and puts on a variety of Broadway and independent shows.

Orpheum Theater

Historic 1927 venue hosts touring Broadway shows plus local & national acts in an ornate building. As a member of Omaha Performing Arts, the theater is part of the roster of local venues that have hosted 4 million visitors in the past decade.

Film Streams' Ruth Sokolof Theater

Film Streams is an Omaha nonprofit dedicated to the arts and cinema. The Ruth Sokolof Theater is a two-screen cinema within the Saddle Creek Records complex in North Downtown. The theater screens a variety of independent, arthouse, and classic films.

Museums

The Durham Museum

The Durham is a Smithsonian-affiliated museum showcasing traveling exhibits on a variety of subjects from history to culture, science to industry. The museum is located within the art deco Union Station, a prized Omaha building from 1931.

Joslyn Art Museum

The principle fine arts museum in the state of Nebraska, Joslyn Art Museum features an eclectic collection of works beginning with Greek pottery and moving through Europe and into American Western art and through the 20th Century.

Joslyn Castle

The official name of this mansion built by George and Sarah Joslyn in 1903 is “Lynhurst.” The structure bares the Scottish Baronial style and features 35 rooms and four stories. The Joslyns were a prominent, turn-of-the-century Omaha family whose donation made the Joslyn Art Museum possible.

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