Things to do in Omaha
Create your own work of art while sipping wine at Village Canvas and Cabernet, or enjoy watching the latest movie release with a stein of locally brewed beer at Aksarben Cinema. Restaurants in and around the area offer sushi and steaks, and Jimi D's prides itself on made-from-scratch entrees.
Stinson Park, which is connected to Aksarben Village, offers a variety of entertainment throughout the year including live music, festivals and the Sunday Farmer's Market. Fun Fact: Aksarben in Nebraska spelled backwards.
This is what a strong urban core looks like—a diverse neighborhood where restaurants and retail, community events and individual experiences radiate. An energetic embrace when you want to live loudly, a quiet escape when you don't. We're dinner conversation with friends and shopping you won't find anywhere else. It's 16 acres of life’s little extras: activity, serenity, community.
Omaha's most historic neighborhood, filled with a mix of shops, galleries, restaurants, and taverns, is the place to go to stroll around cobblestone streets to spend a relaxing day.
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