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Metropolitan Community College - South Omaha Campus

Neighborhood: South Omaha

The South Omaha Campus consists of three buildings located on 40 acres in the heart of south Omaha at 27th and Q Street. The campus is easily accessible from the interstate and Kennedy Freeway. The Mahoney and Industrial Training Center (ITC) buildings house many credit and specialized programs. The Connector Building, a two level building, houses Student Affairs (registration, financial aid, testing, and career services), Book Store, Writing, Math, and the Academic Resource Centers, Food Court, and Metro Area Transit bus hub.

(402) 738-4500

Chops Bowling Alley

Neighborhood: South Omaha
Business Type: Bowling | Arcades

(402) 341-3878‎

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Henry Doorly Zoo

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Neighborhood: South Omaha
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(402) 733-8400





Henry Doorly was such a great newspaperman, they named the Omaha World-Herald after him! OK, that obviously isn’t true. However, the onetime publisher of the World-Herald, does have something else named in his honor: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo. The Henry Doorly Zoo is one of the great things about living in Omaha. Reader’s Digest even named it the Best Zoo in America in 2004. Though it was built just a few years before that honor, in 1894, the Riverview Park Zoo was renamed the Henry Doorly Zoo in 1963, following a gift from Doorly’s widow, Margaret Hitchcock Doorly.

(402) 733-8400

Rosenblatt Stadium

Omaha's Rosenblatt Stadium
Neighborhood: South Omaha
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Now that the old Yankee Stadium is gone, few parks outside of Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Boston’s Fenway Park can claim that they have more history than Omaha’s Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium. And soon, it too will be no more.

Opened in 1947, Rosenblatt Stadium is older than any Major League ballpark save the homes of the Red Sox and Cubs. With seating for 25,500, it’s the largest non-MLB stadium in the country, and the current park of the Omaha Royals, the Triple-A minor league affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.