The Durham Museum in Omaha, a fabulous Art Deco construction first opened way back in 1931, is located in the Union Station building. This stunning building was once a station that saw millions of people pass through its doors. Today the Durham Museum welcomes visitors from all over the country and the globe who want to explore the permanent and temporary exhibitions which range from the traditional to the amazing.
The museum is open 7 days per week and it is ideal for visitors of any age and, thanks to the parking facilities which easily handle motorcoaches, large groups can easily be accommodated. Some of the often-changed temporary exhibits include: Women Who Rock and Girl Scouts, while the permanent ones include the Baright Home and Family Gallery, Bishop Clarkson Community Gallery and The Union Gallery Station. While entrance to the museum is free to Members, other visitors will have to pay an entrance fee.
Groups from schools are well catered for here as there are educational exhibits and lectures that are very interesting. It is possible to choose from children’s programs, group tours, home school information, teacher resources and so much more. All of these together, plus the exhibits make a trip to the museum even more enjoyable. While you are in the building you can also visit the museum shop where you can pick up a variety of different mementos of your experience.
Once you have completed your tour of the museum and are in need of refreshments, why not head on to the Soda Fountain and Candy Shop where you will be able to pick up a few sweet treats for the journey home.
If you would like to bring your group to the Durham Museum, Arrow Stage Lines will take you there and back in comfort and safety. Contact us here to Book a Motorcoach today.