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We stopped there on a Saturday and not too many people. The park is beautiful from the flowers and fountain to the bronze sculptures. Spend some time here and make sure you go to all the statues. The ones on top will hide from you...More
Stunning place, wonderful attention to detail. I would definitely recommend that you park up and spend an hour or so discovering all of these beautiful statues from the large wagons to the tiny birds on the lamps a couple of blocks over
Very well done tribute to all those people that traveled the harsh trip to Oregon. It takes up a whole city block right off the exit in downtown. The monument is free and metered parking is close by. Can walk around it in about 10...More
We didn’t expect to find such fantastic sculptures in downtown Omaha. The are larger than life images of a wagon train in amazing detail. I had to check that the wagons were in fact bronze and not wood! Simply wonderful.
We walked here from the Old Market area and the Heartland of America Park. Only took us 10-15 minutes in total.
It was a great little place to walk around. The sculptures were amazingly detailed and very lifelike. If you walk up the hill overlooking...More
We happened on Pioneer Courage Park just driving around. We were able to park along the street easily, paying 50 cents at the meter to give us about 25 minutes to walk around the park. The sculptures capture wonderful expressions of the hard work and...More
Pioneer Courage Park is an easy walk from downtown or from TD Ameritrade Park. It is a free activity and doesn't take much time to view. The larger than life sculptures accurately depict what it would be like to be a pioneer in a covered...More
A pleasant walk over several city blocks brings you from the 1800's to modern times. Take time to find the "buffalo corner", the calf, the geese on the lamp posts and inside the First National Bank atrium. This is one of the largest sculptures in...More