DUAL TOUR: Fighting for the Right to Fight and The Great Plains Black History Museum
Visit two iconic cultural institutions in one amazing event!
Visitors will begin at 9AM at The Durham Museum with a special guided tour of the exhibition, Fighting for the Right to Fight: African American Experiences in WWII, before the museum opens to the public. Then at 10:30AM, travel to The Great Plains Black History Museum for a guided tour of an exhibition featuring the sixteen Tuskegee Airmen who called Omaha home.
Admission is free to members of either organization. The cost is $10 per person (adult or child) for non-members. Transportation between venues is not provided. Space is limited, so please make reservations by calling 402-444-5071 or emailing reservations@DurhamMuseum.org.
Please see map for driving directions from The Durham Museum to The Great Plains Black History Museum:
2221 N 24th St, Omaha, Nebraska
(Note: some Google Maps list an incorrect address at 2213 Lake St)
The entrance is located on the corner of 24th & Grant Streets.