Christmas at Union Station Returns to The Durham Museum

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Omaha, Nebraska — Christmas at Union Station returns to the Durham Museum for another festive season from November 24, 2022 – January 8, 2023. Kick off the holiday season with this long-standing tradition featuring Omaha’s official Christmas tree, holiday concerts and Santa himself.

Christmas at Union Station

Christmas at Union Station
photo courtesy of: The Durham Museum

Lighting of the Tree | November 24th at 7pm

On Thanksgiving evening, families can tune into The Durham Museum’s website, Facebook page, or You Tube channel to watch the lighting of the regions largest indoor Christmas tree. View the Countdown Here. 

Visit with Santa

Visit with Santa, sit on his lap, or give him a call on the old-fashioned telephone.

Santa’s Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 10am-12pm and 1-3pm; 5-7pm (for Family Nights with Santa)
Sunday 12pm-3pm
*Cultural Festival on Friday, 12/02 from 4-9pm

Special Events

Holiday Concerts | Enjoy beautiful holiday music under the glow of The Durham Museum’s 40-foot-tall Christmas tree. Talented local entertainers perform as part of their holiday concert series.

Holiday Cultural Festival | 12/02/22 4-9pm | Learn how the world celebrates this joyful time of year during the Holiday Cultural Festival. More than 30 local cultural organizations proudly display their crafts and traditional dress, while musicians and dancers perform throughout the evening.

Family Night with Santa | Tuesdays 5-8pm | Enjoy a family night visit with santa to: share your wishlist, create a holiday craft, enjoy live performances, participate in the elf scavenger hunt, and experience the indoor winter wonderland “snowfall”.

Holiday Hours:

November 24 – January 8
Tuesday-Saturday, 10AM-4PM
Sunday, Noon-4PM

Admission

Adults: $13
Seniors (62+): $10
Children (ages 3 – 12): $7
Children 2 years and under FREE
Members Free

For More Information, visit The Durham Museum Website Here.


Other Holiday Fun in Omaha

Where to See the Holiday Lights

Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies

Where to See Santa in Omaha

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