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By the 1880s, Omaha was in its prime as a prominent railroad center thanks to its central location connecting the established Eastern United States with the Wild Wild West. The city’s Old Market district served as the center of activity and was constantly filled with produce dealers, buyers, and transporters. However, come the 1950s, much of the hustle & bustle ceased and the Old Market began to empty. By the...
Pet-Friendly Omaha
Your pooch is part of the family. You take him with you to the park, to the patio of your favorite restaurant, and maybe even to the mall. When you start packing for a vacation, it’s tough to leave your...
Breakfast Spots in Omaha
If you’re in Omaha on vacation or business, it’s always wise to start your day with a hearty morning meal. After all, like Mom said, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” While lunch and dinner are equally important here at Magnolia Omaha, we agree that a satisfying breakfast can give you the energy for a day at Henry Doorly Zoo, Heartland of America Park, or any of...
Stargazing Spots
The city of Omaha, Nebraska, is bigger and brighter than you’d think. A stop on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, Omaha is known for its rich pioneer history, as well as cultural stops like Lauritzen Gardens, Love’s Jazz...
Fall Festivals
Omaha, Nebraska doesn’t get enough credit. The state’s largest city is home to nearly a half-million people, numerous award-winning restaurants, and four Fortune 500 companies including billionaire Warren Buffett’s multi-national conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway. In 2015, the city was named TIME’s Best Place to Live in the Midwest, namely because of its relative affordability, short commute times and growing foodie scene. The city is rich with history and culture, from Union...
Omaha
Omaha was once a city of horses. Early settlers heeded Horace Greely’s advice to “Go west,” traveling across Nebraska and the plains states on horseback. “Buffalo Bill” Cody started his infamous Wild West Show in Omaha in the 1880s, when...
Free Summer Events in Omaha
Plan a visit to Omaha for some of the best free summer fun in the Midwest. Located just three hours north of Kansas City and two hours west of Des Moines, the city of Omaha is a hotspot for indoor and outdoor activities every summer as well as year-round. Omaha is full of beautiful parks, galleries, museums and Farmers Markets all close to the unique Magnolia Omaha Hotel. Omaha Farmers...
Hotel Feel Like Home
In The Happy Prince and Other Tales, author Oscar Wilde said, “Travel improves the mind wonderfully…” Journeying to new places helps boost your mood and relieve the stresses of daily life. Traveling has its own challenges, though. As exciting as...
Top Attractions
The Magnolia Omaha offers guests the opportunity to stay in a unique, boutique hotel located in the heart of downtown Omaha. This historic hotel was built in 1923 by Chester Cook and named after his grandmother. Its design was influenced by the Bargello, museum located in Florence, Italy. Today, visitors to the Magnolia Omaha can enjoy accommodations at this historic building while having access to some of the city’s top...
Best of Omaha
If a trip to Omaha is in your future, you’re likely hitting up our wonderful city’s tourism websites to get ideas for what to do during your visit. Experience the best of Omaha. Something we recommend to all of our...