Econo Lodge Downtown
2211 Douglas Street
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone: (402) 345-9565
Fax: (402) 345-0311
2211 Douglas Street, Omaha, NE, US, 68102
- Phone: (402) 345-9565
- Fax: (402) 345-0311
Each time the curtain opens, so does a world of imagination and opportunity. Children's stories come to life in a fashion that entertains audience members of all ages. The theater, recognized as one of the oldest and largest children's theaters in the country, also offers acting lessons, dance classes and various workshops for children and teenagers.
Located in the Joslyn Art Museum, the Witherspoon Concert Hall is a grand performance venue. The 1004 seater auditorium is equipped with an elaborate sound system and other state-of-the-art facilities, making it apt for concerts, lectures and corporate events. The special events department at the Witherspoon Concert Hall manages event bookings and happenings.
One of the oldest standing palaces of the city, Rose Theater is a well-crafted classical building with Mediterranean style murals and balconies. The building has a longstanding history of hosting theater performances, concerts and was also used as a film studio, until it was acquired by the Omaha Theater Company. The theater, today, hosts series of performances ranging from dance shows, ballet, stage shows and also can be rented out for various events. The building comprises a lavish main stage theater, grand lobby and several theaters dedicated to Hitchcock and other film personalities. A place where you can find series of activities held under one roof, visit their website for more information.
Located on the corner of the Harney Street and the South 19th Street, Bishop's Bar and Grill is a cafe and restaurant that offers a decent and cozy place for a hangout at any time of the day. The interior of the bar is cozy and spacious enough for a family breakfast or lunch and the large projector screen and several television sets are often used to display various sporting events. The lunch special is served between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and offers sandwiches, appetizers, salads and burgers along with variety of drinks. So, select your favorite sporting event and schedule a visit to this downtown joint with friends or by yourself.
This theatrical-style venue is part of the large Civic Auditorium arena complex. Completely renovated in 1996, the Music Hall hosts touring Broadway-style theatrical productions, national musical acts and well-known comedy shows. Past performances include Melissa Etheridge and Sarah McLachlin. The atmosphere here is much more intimate and casual than the grand Orpheum Theater. Four levels of seating and a proscenium stage offer an excellent view no matter where you sit. Plenty of paid and curbside parking is available.
One of the many spaces in the Omaha Civic Auditorium, Mancuso Hall is a 25,000 square feet facility. It's a huge space ideal for concerts, exhibitions, trade shows, dance parties, small social gathering, receptions etc. For concerts it can accommodate upto 2,500 people and 1,500 for banquet events. An event organized here is completely taken care of by the center. The absence of any apparent beams in the venue area enables this place maneuvering heavy equipments, consequently enabling an unobstructive view throughout.
Built in 1927, the Orpheum stage hosted the likes of W.C. Fields, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Al Jolson. The entire facility received a top-to-bottom renovation in the 1970s. Today, it is home to Opera Omaha, the Omaha Symphony, Broadway touring productions and music concerts. In recent years, Jerry Seinfeld, the Phantom of the Opera, Annie and James Taylor have all graced the Orpheum stage. The architecture and design of this historic theater is absolutely breathtaking. Tours are available at no charge, just call to make an appointment.
Join this magnificent symphony orchestra in celebrating its 80th season. Enjoy Beethoven's Ninth Symphony at the lavishly decorated Orpheum Theater. On Friday and Saturday evenings, you can attend SuperPops, which includes Garrison Keillor, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Holiday Fanfare. There are also family concerts, Sunday matinées, MasterWorks and Spectrum Chamber Orchestra events.
An arts center with the best available in entertainment. This is a venue which has a large seating capacity and very well accommodates hundreds in the audience. From plays to performances by bands and many other musicians, this center is never short of events. The performances can be enjoyed in varied locations which are enclosed, semi-enclosed or in the garden. Please check out for the latest on charts and do visit for a live performance.
1316 Jones Street is quite obviously named after it's exact location. The venue is a banquet hall that caters to all sorts of private events. The popularity of the place has led it to also be a concert venue. Well-suited for wedding receptions, conferences or any type of party, formal or informal, 1316 Jones Street is the perfect venue to celebrate. Fashioned like Old Market, a neighborhood in Downtown Omaha, not too far from Jones Street, seems to have made it more than popular with guests. The building itself is a landmark and a historic part of the city. The catering service will customize a package for you depending on your needs. They also have a lounge and a high definition television for entertainment. Do contact them for more details.
The Marcus Midtown Cinema located on the Farnam street is a state-of-the-art multiplex with five screens and an entertainment center. These screens are digitally and technically equipped to showcase popular Hollywood movies and also provides VIP facilities for its guests. Here you can avail of the Cinedine facility of the cinema, where you can order food from the in-house restaurant and dine while watching the movie or simply, enjoy the movies the traditional way. The lounge and bar facility inside the theater serves to be a perfect hangout place before or after the movie. A nice place to catchup on latest blockbusters and indulge in some leisure activities. Call or visit their website for more information.
Built in 2007, the Ruth Sokolof Theater is a 2 screen cinema house which is used to display movies rich in art and aesthetic values. It is home to the Film Streams, a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of cinema as an art form, and is equipped with excellent infrastructure and technology. A perfect place to catch up on movies made by stalwarts of world cinema, visit their website for more information.