First National Sculpture Parks
1601 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 68102
The First National Sculpture Parks stretch across six blocks of downtown Omaha near the bank’s soaring headquarters, the state’s tallest building. Beginning at 14th Street and Capitol Avenue, the gateway to the city’s central business district, more than 100 bronzed pieces reflect the city’s history as a gateway to the West. Four pioneer families set off in covered wagons hitched to oxen, horses and mules at Pioneer Courage Park. Five 8-foot-tall bison stampede down 15th Street. A mighty flock of Canada geese cast in bronze and stainless steel are flushed from a 43,730-gallon fountain at Spirit of Nebraska’s Wilderness Park.