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WEEKEND PROGRAMMING
Guided Tour of Union Station
Sunday, June 1, 2PM-3PM
Did you know the ceiling in the Suzanne and Walter Scott Great Hall is 60 feet high or the six large chandeliers suspended from the ceiling weigh 2,000 lbs each? Join a knowledgeable museum docent on a guided tour and discover more about this amazing, historic building.
  
Historic Schoolroom
Saturday, June 7, 11AM-1PM
Travel back to the 1890s and experience a typical school day where history is brought to life through artifacts, stories and classroom lessons. A member of The Durham’s education team will lead you through a lesson just like students experienced over 100 years ago!

Saturdays in the Galleries
May 10, June 14, 11AM-1PM
Local historians, museum staff and volunteers located in the museum’s permanent galleries will share stories and showcase artifacts that tell the rich story of Omaha’s past.
May 10 – The Business Hall of Fame: Join Anne Branigan, Senior Vice President of Innovative Services with the Omaha Chamber of Commerce, and learn more about the business leaders who helped shape Omaha’s future since the 1870s.
June 14 – Trains & Trackside: The Building of the TransContinental Railroad was a monumental feat that shaped our nation’s history forever. Join Leo Racine, local railroad historian, and learn more about this incredible endevour.
Log Cabin
Saturday, May 17, June 21, 11AM-1PM
Venture back to the 1880s and experience life as an early Nebraska settler. Join a member of The Durham’s education team and learn about daily life as a pioneer.