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A Midwest Christmas Celebration


Revel in the Christmas spirit in Omaha, the crossroads of America! Come celebrate Christmas across a spectrum of history, culture and spirituality. There is something for everyone to enjoy!


• 4 nights Embassy Suites Hotel; nightly complimentary cocktails
• An evening of Renaissance Period Christmas festivities
• Outstanding holiday theatre and symphony performances
• Genuine Midwest hospitality and comfort food



Daily Itinerary

Omaha, NEDay 1

Arrive in Omaha in time for an early dinner. What’s for dinner? Midwestern Omaha beef, of
course! Drive through holiday lights on the way to your downtown hotel, conveniently located across
the street from the historic Old Market full of boutique shops and restaurants. Embassy Suites Omaha Old Market – 4 nights (D)

Durham Museum Omaha, NEDay 2

At the Durham Museum located in a beautifully renovated Art Deco train station, pause in the
main hall for a picture in front of the soaring lighted tree then peruse exhibits featuring the history of
this major rail hub. As a harpist plays on, lunch is served in elegance at the Joslyn Castle, before a
tour of the mansion. At Father Flanagan’s Boy’s Town, established as a safe place for wayward boys,
it now serves children in need nationwide. Tour the grounds and hear the heartwarming, inspirational
story. Rest this afternoon before attending the Madrigal Christmas Feaste, a 16 th century inspired
dinner theatre show. Raise a glass of wassail to the season! (FB,L,D)

Christmas boutiqueDay 3

On a guided city tour, follow Omaha’s timeline from Lewis & Clark’s expedition, to Warren Buffet’s
billions right into present day as a major center for the finance, construction and insurance industries.
At the Joslyn Art Museum (yep, the same Joslyn’s as the castle) enjoy a casual lunch before time to
explore the galleries along with a special exhibit “American Quilts” on loan from renowned Shelbourne
Museum. Shop the boutiques of the Old Market this afternoon before a lively Greek dinner at St.
Nicholas Church. Your evening entertainment is A Christmas Carol, put on by the Omaha Community
Playhouse for over 40 years. It’s a top-notch production sure to knock the bah-humbug out of the
biggest Scrooge! (FB,L,D)

Symphony performanceDay 4

Sunday brunch is served in the General Crook Home on the grounds of Fort Omaha following a
tour of the lovingly restored property. The Omaha Symphony really knows how to celebrate the season
with a Christmas Spectacular full of rousing music, dancing and comedy. An Omaha tradition not to be
missed! Before turning in, join a musical historian playing music from around the world on unique and
curious instruments. (FB,BR,D)

Bread from a bakeryDay 5

Save a little room at breakfast for tortes and pastries at a Lithuanian bakery. Walk it off in the
Lauritzen Gardens greenhouses where a huge poinsettia tree makes the perfect backdrop for next
year’s Christmas card. Got a gardener in your life? Don’t skip the gift shop! After a cultural
presentation and buffet lunch at The Polish House, head for the airport to catch your early evening
flight home. (FB,L)

Daily Itinerary Meal Legend
CBContinental Breakfast
BGenerally a limited buffet or menu
FBFull buffet or choice of menu
BRBrunch, often buffet-style
LLunch, often several menu options
HT or ATHigh or Afternoon Tea
DDinner, often several menu options


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