The museum is closed to the public until further notice. We look forward to reopening once it is appropriate to do so.

Museum Insider Tours at The Durham Museum offers Glimpse Behind the Scenes

Go behind closed doors for a one-of-a-kind tour experience at The Durham Museum! The Museum Insider Tour Series offers a behind the scenes opportunity for museum guests. During these select tours, guests will receive white gloves and a VIP badge that allows them to enter special areas of the museum with our Curatorial team. Four different tour themes are available.
Tours are $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers (admission to the museum is included). Advance registration and payment are required, and space is limited! Register online or contact the Education Department at
402-444-5027 or email education@DurhamMuseum.org.

Join us for one tour or the entire season!

Museum Insider: Omaha Fashion
Saturday, February 29, 9:30–11AM
In celebration of Omaha Fashion Week, join us for a special look at rarely seen garments and accessories from the museum’s collection. Find inspiration for your style as we take a trip back through Omaha’s fashionable past!

Museum Insider: Sports in Omaha
Two Dates Available!
Tuesday, June 16, 10:30AM-Noon or Saturday, June 20, 9:30–11AM
Omaha’s sports traditions go way beyond baseball. From the Golden Gloves of boxing and Omaha Knights hockey to the College World Series, sports fans have plenty to cheer about. Explore objects and memorabilia that highlight some of Omaha’s best sports stories.

Museum Insider: Aksarben Ball
Saturday, September 26, 9:30–11AM
The Aksarben Foundation has honored individuals and families for their contributions to the heartland since 1895. Experience the glamour and gowns of past coronations and marvel in the elegance of Nebraska’s own regal history.

Museum Insider: Family Traditions
Saturday, December 12, 9:30–11AM
Time-honored family traditions are at the heart of the Christmas at Union Station season. May your tour be merry and bright as we explore the nostalgia of holidays gone by through antique toys, historic letters and postcards, photos and newly acquired objects into the museum’s permanent collection. ‘Tis the season!