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2210 Abbott Drive
Carter Lake  IA  51510  USA
LAT: 41.278613 LONG: -95.91485
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Omaha Airport, IA

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Visit Attractions near this Omaha Airport Hotel

Ideally located just two miles from downtown Omaha and Eppley Airfield, the Country Inn & Suites offers guests easy access to several local attractions, including the Omaha Children's Museum, the Old Market and the Henry Doorly Zoo. For guests traveling into and out of the region, this Omaha airport hotel offers free airport shuttle service.

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Visit the following Omaha attractions:

  • Ameristar Casino (4 miles)
    Try your luck at this Omaha casino featuring more than 1,600 gaming machines, including nickel slots and video poker, as well as 35 gaming tables ranging from Craps to Texas Hold'em. 
    Phone: +1 (712) 328-8888
  • Gerald R. Ford Birthsite and Gardens (5.3 miles)
    Set up an appointment to view this Nebraska State Historic Site dedicated to Gerald R. Ford, a Nebraska native and 38th president of the United States. The adjacent rose garden, named in Betty Ford's honor, is open daily to the public.
    Phone: +1 (402) 595-1180
  • Henry Doorly Zoo (6 miles)
    The Henry Doorly Zoo features 100 acres of habitat and more than 4,000 animals. Favorite attractions include a free-flight aviary, a walk-through aquarium, polar bear pools, North America's largest cat complex, a petting zoo and an IMAX theatre. 
    Phone: +1 (402) 733-8401
  • Joslyn Art Museum (2.6 miles)
    Explore the American West by browsing this art museum's extensive collection. The more popular items include watercolors and prints by Karl Bodmer, a Swiss artist who documented his journey up the Missouri River frontier from 1832-34. 
    Phone: +1 (402) 342-3300
  • Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail (1.8 miles)
    Known as the "Corps of Discovery," Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, along with 30 men, one woman and her baby, set out from Hartford, Illinois on May 14, 1804 to explore the western portion of the expanding United States. Today, the trail officially followed by the historic expedition, which spans 11 states and has a popular entrance in Omaha, is open for all to enjoy. 
    Phone: +1 (402) 661-1804
  • Omaha Children's Museum (2.1 miles)
    Watch your child's eyes light up as you explore this safe, fun environment that includes the Zooland play area, an arts center and exciting daily programs like the Whiz Bang Super Science Show.
    Phone: +1 (402) 342-6164
  • The Omaha Old Market (1.5 miles)
    Filled with old-time charm and modern-day fun, this marketplace entertains guests with art galleries, museums and both specialty and antique shops. Come in the evenings for fine dining and the thrilling nightlife.
  • Union Pacific Railroad Museum (6.6 miles)
    From original survey reports to early rail equipment, this delightful museum in Omaha houses a large collection of photographs and artifacts that tell the story of the first transcontinental railroad, completed by Union Pacific in 1869.
    Phone: +1 (712) 329-8307