4 Things That Should Be On Your Omaha Summer Bucket List

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Are you an Omaha local or visiting for the summer? School is almost out and everyone is ready to take their well-earned paid days off from work. Read over these summertime-approved Omaha activities if you want to make the most of the heat and enjoy the city.

Find a Farmer’s Market

Everything tastes better when it’s fresh from farm to table, and you can get those ingredients here in Omaha. While you most likely can’t get everything you need for the week from the Farmer’s Market, it’s double the fun to walk around the market and enjoy the people and scenery before heading to the boring grocery store. You will be able to find all kinds of goods, from fresh bakery items to blooming flowers and even home décor and jewelry, you are in for an Omaha treat.

Go for a Swim

The Omaha heat can be quite intense, and there’s no better way to cool off than a dive into a body of water. Cryer Pool Park is cannonball friendly. Or, if you’re looking for more of a lake scene, Fremont Lake is sure to impress. Fun Plex Water Park offers unmatched water games, slides, and entertainment. Don’t forget your sunscreen!

Visit World’s Largest Ball of Stamps

Did you know Omaha is home to the largest ball of stamps? That’s right. You heard it here! Head over to Boys Town to see this attraction you don’t want to miss. The kids will get a thrill out of it too.

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Enjoy an Outdoor Movie

Movies are always better on the big screen. And during the summer, you want to enjoy the warm weather anytime you can get. Once the sun goes down, enjoy a nice outdoor movie at Omaha spots like Camp Fontanelle, SumTir Amphitheater, Roberts Park, and Midtown Crossing. The family will have a blast lounging around and taking in the summer air, so be sure to pack some ball-park chairs or blankets to sit on. Attendnace to these places should be free as well!

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