Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha

About Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha

Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 100 Bancroft St, Omaha, NE 68108, United States

Phone: +1402-3464002

Ticket Price: 10 USD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Lauritzen Gardens was formally known as the Omaha Botanical Gardens and is a picturesque destination to visit. The place is perfect if you are looking for serenity and peace as it has plants and greenery surrounding it that is sure to cheer your day. The place is good to visit with the whole family or friends. If you are travelling with children, then visiting this destination is a good idea. 

Lauritzen Gardens Ticket Prices

  • Adults: USD 10
  • Children (6-12): USD 5
  • Children (under 6): Free
  • Lauritzen Gardens members: Free

Lauritzen Gardens Opening and Closing Hours

Garden Twilight:

  • Open on Monday and Tuesday evenings until 8 pm for Garden Twilight from mid-May through mid-September (May 16 through September 13, 2016)
  • Extended garden hours: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm

How To reach Lauritzen Gardens by Public Transport

  • By Taxi: Take a taxi or rental car to the location.

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Lauritzen Gardens, Omaha Reviews - Write a Review

  • Beautiful botanical gardens. Very big space with an amazing english rose garden. There is also a Japanese garden, model train structures and a cool conservatory for exotic plants. Make sure you plan enough time there because there is a lot of walking and staring at amazing landscapes

  • I took my Mom & we enjoyed the team ride. Visiting the gardens was a wonderful experience! Such a serene & peaceful place. Looked through the gift shop & everyone through out the place was friendly & helpful & really seem to enjoy being there as much as we did!

  • A very lovely place. When we walked in we were greeted by a very polite young lady who directed us, and our 3 kids to the restroom. As we walked around the tranquil, and beautiful, vestibule my wife said, "I would buy a membership here." Just as the words left her mouth a middle aged lady yelled across the lobby, "You need to BUY tickets! If you want look at the fountain you need to pay admission!" So much for tranquil and polite...

  • Every time we go here it is a great experience. It's a good place for kids to run and explore nature. The staff really show how much they care.

  • Exelent display of a variety of plants. The garden scale model trains are not to be missed. Also, if you take the stairs leading away from the building it leads to a platform that not only has a great view of the river and surrounding bluffs but also two of the largest trains ever made. (Big Boy and Centurion)

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