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Lewis & Clark Landing

A park and event space on the banks of the Missouri River
Statue at Lewis & Clark Landing
Neighborhood: Riverfront
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The Lewis & Clark Landing is a park along the Missouri River named after the 1804 Lewis and Clark Expedition. It is located just north of Omaha’s downtown, and features open space, benches, and historic exhibits. Its convenient access and numerous events make it a frequent destination for Omaha residents.

The 23 acres of the Lewis & Clark Landing are primarily coverd over with paving stones, making for an elegant mixed-use space perfect for housing outdoor gatherings. The Playing with Fire concert series has been held there since 2004, and newcomers like the Maha Festival and Riverfront Wine Festival continue to make the landing a popular destination.

Those looking for more green space can use the walking trails which connect the Lewis & Clark Landing to Miller’s Landing and the Heartland of America Park. The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, a walking bridge which connects to Council Bluffs, IA, is also accessible.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Pedestrian Bridge connects park goers to the Qwest Center.

View from Lewis & Clark Landing of downtown OmahaView from Lewis & Clark Landing of downtown Omaha

Boardwalk at Lewis and Clark LandingBoardwalk at Lewis and Clark Landing

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Lewis & Clark Landing
515 North Riverfront Drive
Omaha, NE 68102
United States
41° 15' 52.5636" N, 95° 55' 33.114" W


Anonymous (not verified) says:

June 14, 2011 : 13 years 5 weeks ago

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is there a website that list events being held specifically at the Lewis and Clark Landing?

locomo says:

June 14, 2011 : 13 years 5 weeks ago

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sorry…not aware of one…we’re working on it though!

Anonymous (not verified) says:

November 19, 2011 : 12 years 35 weeks ago

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actually…you can rent it publically or privately through City of Omaha Parks and Recreation…

Phil Galata (not verified) says:

June 19, 2012 : 12 years 4 weeks ago

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IM so impressed with what Omaha has done with that area. I worked for the Union Pacific Railroad and know what it looked like.Not to mention the steel factory that was there.Congratulation on a job well done….

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