Joslyn Art Museum
- Address: 2200 Dodge Street
- www.joslyn.org–Check Calendar of Events for docent guided tours & special exhibits, classes and performances ($)
- Opens 10 AM
- Closed Monday
- FREE General Admission
- Café Durham located in the Museum’s Atrium
- Hitchcock Museum Shop on main floor
- Sculpture Garden & Discovery Garden: exterior of Museum
- Free parking in lot northeast of the Museum
- Well-marked drop-off location for those with limited mobility
- The docent-guided building tour (check calendar of events for dates and times) is well worth a visitor’s time. It lasts about an hour. One learns the history of the building’s art deco design while special features, often missed by visitors, are pointed out.
- Arts Works-A Place for Curiosity-on the lower level isn’t just for children. It’s a hands-on art studio for all ages. It will delight you and perhaps introduce you to more current ways of creating art.
- Read photography rules at www.joslyn.org.
- Do not sit on or climb on outdoor sculptures or displays.
- Block out at least 3 hours (more if take a guided building tour) to view the exhibits and wander the outdoor gardens.
A Gift to Omaha Citizens
Joslyn Art Museum was a generous gift to the people of Omaha from Sarah H. Joslyn (1851–1940) in memory of her husband, George A. Joslyn (1848–1916).
Amsterdam Falafel + Kabob
- 620 North 50th Street
- Located in Omaha’s Dundee neighborhood
- Find them on Facebook
- Limited indoor seating
- Outdoor seating available
- Falafel is a Middle Eastern dish of spiced mashed chick peas, ground into a paste, formed into balls or fritters and then deep fried.
- Kabob is roasted or grilled meat on a skewer.
- Beverages for purchase.
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