The Douglas Co Historical Society has done a superb job of removing the layers of paint and restoring the old wood. You have to access it in Fort Street and 30th so don't believe your GPS. Don't miss this for late 1800's furniture and architecture.
The Douglas County Historical Society has done an excellent job of restoring an historic home to all its elegance. General Crook was a military leader in the Civil War, and a major party in the Native American issues of the western migration. They host a...更多
General Crook is a great role model for everyone! Come and learn about his life and how he was a friend to the Native Americans during a time when they were treated as not being people. The house is also very well restored to what...更多
An example of Italianate architecture in Omaha,. General Crook was recognized as fighting for Standing Bear in 1879 when Native Americans were recognized as people!!
The home was built for General Cook. The antique furnishings are representative of the time period.
The grounds outside are...更多
This historic house is beautifully redone to truly represent the era. The informational placards give insight into the furnishings and accomplishments of residents and guests of the house. As a true Omaha gem and a vital piece of our history I encourage all residents to...更多
The staff is very accommodating to needs and requests. The menu was submitted for approval before they went shopping for fresh ingredients. The tea itself alone was extraordinary, and brewed with skill. The tour was very enlightening and educational. If you want to spend quality...更多