Historic Neighborhood Tour


fall neighborhood tour
Omaha is a city of neighborhoods. Old and new, north and south, east and west, they reflect the history and characteristics of those who founded and built them. What better way is there to get to know a city than by walking the streets of its neighborhoods and observing the places that populate them?

Each fall, Restoration Exchange Omaha organizes and hosts a neighborhood tour that highlights the diversity of Omaha’s architectural styles. The tours are also an opportunity to educate the public about the importance of preserving, rehabilitating and reimagining the buildings that make the city’s neighborhoods special.

Got an idea for a neighborhood to feature on a future fall tour? Contact REO at info@restorationexchange.org.


2017 Fall Tour: Wyman Heights Neighborhood

9627 N. 30th Street—a Tudor Revival home constructed in 1933.

Wyman Heights Neighborhood Tour Brochure


2016 Fall Tour: Aksarben Neighborhood

5848 Hickory Street in the historic Aksarben neighborhood.

Aksarben Neighborhood Tour Brochure


2015 Fall Tour: Hanscom Park Neighborhood

3801 Frances St. – 1955 Mid-Century Modern Style.

Hanscom Park Neighborhood Tour Brochure


2014 Fall Tour: Florence Boulevard Neighborhood

6129 Florence Boulevard – 1914 Brick, Prairie Style home.

Florence Boulevard Neighborhood Tour Brochure

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