- Our list of the best things to do in Council Bluffs, Iowa, features the top 85 nearby activities — including 34 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Council Bluffs, IA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 19 things to do within the city of Council Bluffs, IA , followed by 66 popular activities in nearby cities, including Omaha, Bellevue, Papillion, Missouri Valley, Boys Town, Gretna and Springfield
The Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge is a 3,000-foot long bridge designed for walkers and bikers and is the longest pedestrian bridge that linking two states. The cable stay bridge is 15 feet wide and sixty feet above the water.
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Visitors to Lauritzen Gardens Omaha's Botanical Center can visit the arboretum and bird sanctuary, featuring Nebraska's seven regional plant communities. While at the center, visitors can stroll through many other gardens including an English perennial border garden, a rose garden, and a tree peony garden.
Qwest Center Omaha is both a convention center and an arena, hosting concerts and sporting events like Creighton basketball games. Not only does the location offer a variety of concessions for its guests to enjoy, but it also features free Wi-Fi.
The Durham Museum is located in the Art Deco building that once was Union Square. The museum has permanent exhibits like the Swanson Gallery, the Union Pacific Train Cars, and the Byron Reed Collection, as well as many temporary exhibits from the Smithsonian, and the Library of Congress National Archives.
The home stadium of the Creighton University Bluejay baseball team, the TD Ameritrade Park has 24,000 seats. From home play to left field is 335 yards, left center field is 375 yards, center field is 408 yards, right center field is 375 yards and right fight is 335 yards.
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts was founded in 1981 and has since been dedicated to the single goal of supporting contemporary artists with exceptional talent. Residencies can be conducted at the site and there are community art projects.
A not for profit arts and culture organization founded in the year 2000, Omaha Performing Arts is dedicated to feeding the cultural life of the city of Omaha. The group sponsors a variety of artistic and cultural events.