Gateway to the West Omaha, Nebraska, thrives in its role as a crossroads of American history.

Located on a plateau above the west bank of the Missouri River and its confluence with the Platte River, Omaha has always been a good spot for westbound travelers to pull up, shake off the dust and look around. In 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stopped there to meet with Indians on their epic … Continue reading Gateway to the West Omaha, Nebraska, thrives in its role as a crossroads of American history.