Omaha -- Top 5 Places to Visit When You Are in Town For the NCAA College World Series

Omaha, Nebraska is home to the NCAA College World Series, and is a great place for kids and adults alike. If you are planning on visiting for the College World Series, but would like to get out and enjoy some of Omaha's finer spots, here are a few.

1. The Henry Doorly Zoo - one of the largest zoos in the country, is easily a day's worth of fun. It boasts an indoor rain forest, a desert dome that is one of the largest of its kind, a narrow Gage steam engine, a world class aquarium with an underwater tunnel, and the newest addition is a butterfly house with over 1500 butterflies.

2. The Durham Western Heritage Museum - This museum displays the rich history of Omaha, with an extensive exhibit of trains, and a partial display of Byron Reed's massive coin collection.3. Lewis and Clark Landing - with great restaurants, visitors can enjoy a leisure walk along Omaha's expanding waterfront development.

4. Mahoney State ParkAir and Space Museum - just a short 20 minute drive to the west of Omaha, beautiful views abound, and the air and space museum boasts one of the most educational experiences for kids.

5. Joslyn Art Museum - One of the nicest art museums in the Midwest. Saturday mornings before 1200pm, admission is free. Large collection of regular exhibits, and a traveling exhibit that changes monthly.These are some of the most popular things to do in Omaha any time of year, but out-of-towners will enjoy them no matter what the weather. Enjoy the ball park and getting to know the great city of Omaha.