Bemis Park Neighborhood Tour

October 13 & 14, 2018: 10am-3pm

$10 members

$15 non-members

Online reservations are closed. Tickets will be available each day of the tour at the check-in site, Augustana Lutheran Church, 3647 Lafayette Avenue. If you have questions please contact Bemis Park Neighborhood Tour Chairman, Nicole Malone: (402) 968-3349

This tour includes homes in the Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District. It wends through this historic Omaha neighborhood, where ten beautiful homes await your visit and welcome you inside. Come rain or shine! The tour is walk-able and bike-able and a  shuttle also circles the route and stops at several places. The walk is mildly hilly and the homes are not handicap accessible. 

The tour starts at Augustana Lutheran Church,  3647 Lafayette Avenue. Pick up reserved tickets or purchase tickets at this location. Free parking lots to the north and east. Bike Valet provided courtesy of Mode Shift Omaha

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History of Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District

Year Built: 1889-1922
Architects: Various, including Fowler & Beindorff, Dietrick, Guth, and Henninger
Designated Omaha Landmark Heritage District: 12/20/1983

The Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District is notable for its mix of late nineteenth and early twentieth century structures and its curvilinear, tree-lined streets. The uniquely platted area was the first subdivision in Omaha to be laid out with respect to the topography rather than the more typical grid pattern common to frontier cities of the time. The architecture of the district is quite varied and includes good examples oQueen AnneArts and Crafts, and Neo-Classical style buildings as well as vernacular structures. The district includes a park donated to the city by the subdivision’s developer George Bemis and designed as a part of the then developing Omaha parks and boulevard system.

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.

2018 Gallery of Homes


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

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5848 Hickory Street in the historic Aksarben neighborhood.

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

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6129 Florence Boulevard – 1914 Brick, Prairie Style home.

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2011 Fall Tour: Council Bluffs Tour

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2010 Fall Tour: Downtown Omaha Tour

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2009 Fall Tour: Benson Tour

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2008 Fall Tour: Florence — Minne Luse Tour & South Omaha Tour

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2006 Fall Tour: Joslyn Castle, Gifford and Bemis Park Tour

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2005 Fall Tour: Midtown Tour

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