Getting To & Around Omaha
Driving to Omaha: Getting to Omaha is easy with both Interstates 80 and 29 providing direct access into the city.
Flying to Omaha: Omaha’s airport, Eppley Airfield, has more than 200 arrivals and departures daily and is located a quick drive to Omaha’s downtown area.
Getting around while in Omaha: Rental cars, taxis, ride-shares, limos and shuttle bus service are all available at the airport. The majority of Omaha hotels offer complimentary direct transportation to and from the airport, as well as shuttle service within a specific mile radius. Metro is the city’s mass transit bus system offering service throughout the area.
Whether you rent a car or bring your own, navigating Omaha’s city streets is easy. The city is divided north and south by Dodge Street. Numbered streets start at the Missouri River and increase as you drive west.
Don’t miss exploring the unique attractions in this city filled with history, culture and adventure. Check out the links below to get more information on what you may want to see during your visit. A few highlights include Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, The Durham Museum, Lauritzen Botanical Gardens, the Joslyn Art Museum, Joslyn Castle, General Crook House, Boys Town, and Love’s Jazz and Art Center. Talk a walk on the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge where you can stand with each foot in a different state and enjoy beautiful sites!
Don’t miss the shopping and entertainment opportunities, especially in the Old Market District – a short walk from the hotel.
To make your visit even easier, download the Savings Pack offered by Visit Omaha and enjoy savings on some places you might visit!