As the Gateway to West, Omaha offers the promise of opportunity as much today as it did to its pioneer founders in the mid 1800s. Perched on the banks of the Missouri River, this midwest metropolis is home to four Fortune 1000 company headquarters, as well as a bustling historic downtown brimming with shops and restaurants.Ride a horse-drawn carriage along worn brick streets, wander through the
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Old Market or take in the “Omaha Sound” with a live performance from one of Omaha's emerging indie rock bands. A sports-oriented town with a taste for the arts, the city has venues for all tastes, as well as an abundance of parks and trails for those who just want to get away.