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Aksarben (“Nebraska” spelled backwards) was one of Omaha’s most popular destinations throughout the 20th century. Famous for its horseracing track, Aksarben also featured a grandstand, coliseum and other facilities that hosted a variety of entertainment, including concerts, public ice-skating, minor league sports games, world championship rodeos and road shows.
It all began with the Knights of Aksarben, a local philanthropic organization of business, social and political leadership. The Knights of Aksarben played a prominent role in Omaha’s history. Over the years, the organization has been applauded for its contribution to the Aksarben development, building one of Omaha’s most prominent attractions for visitors and locals alike.
Located in the heart of Omaha, Aksarben Village is the city’s premier entertainment and shopping community, a walkable place of unique shops, restaurants, bars, bike trails and green spaces. Whatever you love to do, Aksarben Village is where it all starts. Catch a movie, see a concert, hit the bars or enjoy the game.
At Aksarben Village, you can enjoy a cool drink and charcuterie from Sonny’s (Zone 6), nosh on late-night sushi and sashimi (Ponzu), enjoy a movie and a drink (Aksarben Cinema) and enjoy fresh-tomato Sundays every summer at the Omaha Farmers Market.
Looking for family-friendly activities? You bring the kids, we’ll bring the playground. Stinson Park is a vibrant outdoor venue perfect for catching some fresh air, exercise, live music and an open-air market.
Forgot your bike? No worries! Check out the B-Cycle stations located throughout Aksarben Village. Locations are 67th & Center, 67th & Frances, south of DJ’s Dugout, and another station next to Blue Cross Blue Shield off of Aksarben Drive. Bring your credit card to sign up and enjoy the ride! For more information, check out Omaha B-cycle.com