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November 23, 2021 – January 9, 2022

Time to trim the tree, bake some cookies, wrap those presents and, of course, visit The Durham Museum! Christmas at Union Station, presented by FNBO, is back for another year of festive fun. The magic of Christmas continues at The Durham Museum and we hope you will join us! This long-standing tradition features Omaha’s official Christmas tree, holiday concerts and Santa himself.

Here comes santa claus…


Santa visits six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday, November 26-December 23!

Last year’s Santa experience was so popular we are bringing it back again! Children can sit on Santa’s lap or give the big guy a call on our old-fashioned telephones…you choose! 

  • TUESDAYS: 10AM-Noon, 1-3PM and 5-7PM
  • SUNDAYS: Noon-3PM


Coming Soon!

HOLIDAY displays

Season’s Greetings, Omaha!
November 23, 2021 – January 9, 2022

The Durham has partnered with local organizations this season to unwrap the joys their programs bring to the holidays. In festive displays, these institutions will present tableaus of their programming and decoration for guests to discover. We hope this inspires visits to their sites and more!

give the gift of membership!

A Durham Museum membership is the gift that can truly be enjoyed all year long! From unlimited free admission to discounts on purchases in the Soda Fountain and Hitchcock Museum Shop, a membership is the best way to experience all that the museum has to offer.

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Shine the Light on Hunger

Throughout the holiday season, you can drop off non-perishable food items at The Durham to help support the Food Bank for the Heartland as part of Conagra Brands Foundation’s Shine the Light on Hunger campaign. Please help us fight hunger in our community and assist those in greatest need!

Shine the Light on Hunger


Christmas at Union Station is Presented By


Major Sponsor
Conagra Brands Foundation
Supporting Sponsors
Union Pacific Mangelsen's
Special thanks to DH Pace, Terry Hughes Tree Service, Omaha Police Department and Duke Aerial.
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