The Condos At 3000 Farnam are near a variety of wonderful museums which enhance the cultural appeal of our wonderful city of Omaha! Here are just a few of them!
The Museum’s original 1931 building is one of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in the nation. The Walter and Suzanne Scott Pavilion, a 58,000-square-foot addition built in 1994, was designed by renowned British architect Norman Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank, as his first U.S. commission. Find more about the building.
The Museum features galleries, a 1,000–seat concert hall, fountain court, education technology gallery, lecture hall, classrooms, café, and shop. Click here to visit the Joslyn Art museum's website. Click here to see photos and take a 360° Tour!
According to their website, the Omaha Children's Museum is a special place where children can challenge themselves, discover how the world works and learn through play. It is Omaha’s primary participatory museum and provides a variety of hands-on exhibits, workshops, programs, presentations and special events that put children in touch with their ever-changing world.
Educational programming is an area of strength for Omaha Children’s Museum. Special offerings such as focus field trips, summer camps, workshops, overnights, presentations, and birthday parties help round out the experience for young visitors.
The imaginative environment at Omaha Children's Museum reaches beyond home and school experiences, nurturing growth and development as young children and their adults explore the world together. Click here to visit the Omaha Children's Museum's website.
The Durham Museum is located in what was once Union Station, here in Omaha. The museum is dedicated to enhancing its offerings and providing their guests with a unique experience each time you visit. The museum contains permanent exhibits highlighting the history of Omaha and its surrounding regions, and also hosts impressive traveling exhibitions from their national partners such as the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Library of Congress and the Field Museum, making it likely that they offer something for everyone. Click here to visit The Durham Museum's website.