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Lewis & Clark Landing and Riverfront Park

515 N Riverfront Dr, Omaha, NE
+1 402-444-4653
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There used to be many events held at this location, but many of those events moved to other... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Bob S
Omaha, Nebraska
Beautiful area

Went here with 4 paratrooper buddies to visit the Airborne Memorial. Coolest memorial to American... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ilion, New York
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515 N Riverfront Dr, Omaha, NE
+1 402-444-4653
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Reviewed 2 days ago

There used to be many events held at this location, but many of those events moved to other locations during the flood and few years ago and never came back. The only restaurant is closed with nothing to do at this location. There have been...More

Thank Bob S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went here with 4 paratrooper buddies to visit the Airborne Memorial. Coolest memorial to American paratroopers I have seen in the US. The entire park is well kept and clean. There are several other memorials as well and a nice pond.

Thank TEBlaise
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The riverfront area near the Lewis and Clark Landing is great for walking. There is a sculpture entitled "Labor" that is worth a visit. It is interesting to see the size and flow of the river.

Thank CKT808
Reviewed 13 October 2017

was there on a sunny day and it was a very nice walk along the river with its impressive metal sculture "labor" and with marks of the biggest floods in omaha starting at the Lewis and Clark Center to the wonderful fountain at the Heartland...More

Thank eva1500
Reviewed 1 October 2017

informative for the few exhibits there, the outdoor garden, and introductory film itself not worth a special trip but great place for a break if biking or hiking along the river especially from downtown or the Bob Kerry Bridge

Thank Ralph H
Reviewed 26 September 2017

We had a short visit n a miserably cool and rainy day.We would have stayed longer had the weather been better. The Labor sculpture is the 2nd largest labor sculpture in the country. it was impressive. Plenty f free parking available and visitor center within...More

Thank ladyme1
Reviewed 25 September 2017

The area is easily accessed. You can bike, skate, walk, or drive there. We had a picnic in the park and then walked along the river and across the pedestrian bridge.

Thank Buddy525
Reviewed 22 September 2017

I started my summer with a trip to the L&C Interpretive Center in Great Falls MT and was pleasantly surprised to find this during my 4 hours in Omaha. The display is tiny, but informative. The ranger was helpful and the gift shop had what...More

Thank prestoninaj
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

Extremely well done public park on the M. river!!! Alot to see and do here. Just a neat place to visit in downtown Omaha. Highly recommend visit.

Thank ct1219
Reviewed 11 September 2017

Everything along the riverfront is a great place to wander. The water is fun to look at, the bridge is fun to walk over. You can stroll and stroll and stroll.

Thank blader59
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