Upcoming Walking Tours

Restoration Exchange Omaha offers tours throughout the year of North 24, South 24 and Vinton Street. The 75- to 90-minute walking excursions are led by an experienced guide who highlights the area’s history, art and architecture.

Upcoming Walking Tours of The Deuce – Historic North 24th Street happen the 3rd Friday of the month through October, at 5 p.m. They conveniently tie into third Friday activities at Carver Bank from 6 to 8 p.m. and the Love’s Jazz Center. This Friday join artists-in-residence The Wordsmiths after the 5 p.m. tour for a free evening of spoken word poetry in honor of Juneteenth.


Dates are:

This Friday – June 19

July 17

August 21

September 18

October 16


Meet at Dreamland Park, one block south of 24th and Lake Streets at 24th and Lizzie Robinson Drive.


Upcoming Walking tours of La Veinticuatro – Historic South 24th Street will happen the 1st Thursday at 5 p.m. and the 3rd Saturday at 11 a.m., April through October.


Dates are:

This Saturday – June 20        11 a.m.

July 2                         5 p.m.

July 18                       11 a.m.

August 6                   5 p.m.

August 15                11 a.m.

September 3           5 p.m.

September 19        11 a.m.

October 1                 5 p.m.

October 17              11 a.m.


Meet on the northwest corner 24 and N Streets.


Upcoming Walking Tours of Historic Vinton Street happen the 2nd Friday of the month, through October, starting at 5 p.m. They will conveniently tie into “Friday 2 on Vinton” where Vinton Street merchants will be open and offering specials.


Dates are:

July 10

August 14

September 11

October 9


Meet outside Louis M’s Burger Lust, 1718 Vinton St.

Tour cost is $10 or 2 for $15. For pricing for schools or groups of 3 or more contact tour organizer Vince Furlong at 402.709.2586 or info@restorationexchange.org. Groups of 3 or more can arrange other dates and times. All proceeds support Restoration Exchange Omaha and its work to educate and motivate people to restore and preserve Omaha’s historic places.

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