Learn about Omaha
Once a rural ferry crossing on the Missouri River, Omaha has long been identified by the stockyards, railroads, and breweries which have fed the city’s economy, becoming Nebraska’s largest city. And Omaha has a bit of everything - while there are several historic districts, including the popular Old Market, the city also has a strong architectural sector which has contributed to its modern skyline - there are wedding venues of many styles in this diverse city! Likewise, there are many cultural groups represented in this city of 900,000, and there are several neighborhoods where brides-and-grooms-to-be can find delicious and exotic cuisine. Omaha also offers a wide range of seasons for couples planning a seasonally-themed wedding, with long, hot summers and short, dry winters, along with plenty of outdoor places for holding a celebration. Omaha is consistently ranked as a great city to live, work, and play - any wedding in Omaha is sure to offer out-of-town guests many activities to enjoy, including a visit to the renowned Henry Doorly Zoo.