German-American Society

Omaha, NE

Friday, Sept. 15, 2017

Cost: 20-29: $80 30-44: $60 46-55: $50

Includes transportation, driver tip, Omaha tour and tip, Octoberfest admission fee


12:15 pm – depart from the Heritage-Hausbarn Parking Lot

2:15 pm –Introduction to Omaha Tour, with step-on guide

Enjoy a guided driving tour of Omaha’s past, present and future. Tour highlights include: the

historic Old Market Entertainment District with its cobblestone streets and unique boutiques;

Lewis & Clark Landing, the historic spot where the exploring duo landed; the historic Gold

Coast District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places; Billionaire Warren Buffet’s

home; a 1903 Scottish Castle; The Blackstone Hotel, the birthplace of the Reuben sandwich; St.

Cecilia’s Spanish Cathedral; TD Ameritrade Park, home of the annual NCAA Men’s College

World Series; the Omaha Community Playhouse, the theater where actor Henry Fonda started his

acting career; Fertile Ground mural, one of the largest murals in the country; Hollywood Candy,

filled wall-to- wall with retro candy….and much more. We will have an opportunity to walk in

Pioneer Courage Park, featuring more than 100 larger-than- life sized bronze sculptures that tell

the story of the pioneer’s westward journey. This unique public art display stretches six city

blocks and features geese and bison through downtown Omaha office buildings.

4:30 pm – Arrive at the German-American Society for Octoberfest


Traditional German Dancers

Great German Food (on your own)

Full BAR available – Specializing in German Wines, German Biers & Spirits (on your own)

Possible entrance to the German-American Heritage Museum of Omaha, Inc. has received many

cultural items, historical artifacts, and memorabilia from its members, as well as material from

past German organizations in the area and across the state.

10 pm – Depart for home

Register NOW; Send $25 per person to Full Refund

Nancy Stammer, c/o Hausbarn-Heritage Park, if Cancelled by

130 Heritage Dr., Manning, IA 51455 August 12

Limited to the first 55 passengers