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Depending on the time of year that you are planning to visit Omaha, Nebraska, you may be able to participate in some of the seasonal offerings that the city, as well as nearby cities Bellevue, Papillion, Council Bluffs, Ralston and La Vista, have to offer. In the summertime, Jazz on the Green, sponsored by the Joslyn Art Museum, features local and regional musicians performing an assortment of musical genres to appeal to a variety of musical tastes. Other popular vents are the summertime Omaha Farmers Market in Douglas County, Omaha's downtown Old Market quarter, jam-packed with Omaha memorabilia and the wintertime Holiday Lights Festival.
Omaha and the City's Most Popular Attraction
A site in Omaha that has received extensive national acclaim is the Henry Doorly Zoo. The Zoo, close to neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa, is home to over 17,000 animals and its exceptional attention to animal conservation and research sets it apart from other national zoos. It is also Omaha's top ranked paid attendance attraction. Notable exhibits include: The Cat Complex, the largest cat breeding and management facility in North America, The Lied Jungle, one of the world's largest indoor rainforests, and "Desert Dome," the world's largest indoor desert. These exhibits draw large crowds from nearby Lancaster County and Sarpy County. With such renowned exhibits, you would be remiss not to pick up souvenires during your visit to the Henry Doorly Zoo in Nebraska!
Omaha Backed By a Rich Cultural Heritage
Omaha contains a plethora of museums, historical landmarks, and significant artistic hubs, presenting ample opportunities to gather local products as souvenirs. Museums like the Durham Western Heritage Museum, in Omaha's Douglas County and considered by some to be the best illustration of the art deco style in America, and the Union Pacific Museum in nearby Council Bluffs, Iowa, outlining the events related to the founding of the Union Pacific Railroad, are fascinating educational exhibits, and their gift stores offer extensive collections. In Bellevue, Nebraska's oldest city, located in Sarpy County, you can gather imprinted gifts from the Sarpy County Museum, as well as the Omaha Children's Museum. Close to Bellevue, in Douglas County, you will find the Malcolm X Birthsite and Gerald R. Ford Birth Site and Gardens, two American memorials where you can learn about these great men of history.