Where to Eat
In downtown Omaha you'll find good bars and cafes along the cobbled streets of the Old Market district, plus interesting specialist shops such as the Antiquarian Bookstore, 1215 Harney St, packed with dusty volumes (and local bohemians). The nearby Heartland Park of America, at Eighth and Douglas streets ideal for a picnic holds a huge, water-blasting fountain. Train buffs will be impressed with the Durham Western Heritage Museum, converted from the Union Pacific Railroad station, at 801 S 10th St. Old train cars and huge model train sets are featured alongside a gallery of Omaha history. Behind its pink-marble Art Deco exterior, the Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St, contains an eclectic selection of Indian art and twentieth-century American paintings.
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