DUAL TOUR: Fighting for the Right to Fight and The Great Plains Black History Museum
Once a month on Saturdays:
March 24, April 21, May 26 and June 23
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.