Excitement is building for the 49th Annual Omaha Home & Garden Expo to be held Thursday, February 5th through Sunday, February 8th at the CenturyLink Center-Omaha, 10th Street & Capitol Ave. The Omaha Home & Garden Expo unites with the Omaha Lawn, Flower and Patio Show to become the Most Complete showcase of the latest products and services for the Home – Inside and Out! Response was tremendous shown by one of the Biggest Consumer Shows in Omaha, with the highest attendance and an audience interested in building and home improvement ideas.
This year’s Show will combine all the latest ideas for today’s home consumers from kitchens, bathrooms and home improvement products and services to the Smells of SPRINGTIME! A chance to stroll the Area’s Largest and Most Colorful Showcase of beautifully landscaped gardens with ponds, waterfalls and blooming flowers with the largest Home Expo presented in the Omaha Area. Uniting the two shows into one presentation becomes “the Home and Garden Event of the year in the Omaha area” says Mike Mancuso, Show Director.
This four-day multi-event extravaganza will have Attractions for adults and children alike. This year’s Expo featured areas will include: A Room Design Showcase and Courtyard Garden, A New Home completely decorated with a Backyard Garden Display, A Fountain Café & Food Court with continuous Entertainment and Kid’s activities. The Show creates consumer excitement with nationally-known experts and personalities presentations throughout the Expo.
The Home & Garden Expo an Annual Family Tradition with over 200,000 sq. ft. will be able to show the latest products and services for the Home, Garden and Outdoor Living. Whether you are looking for ways to remodel your home, decorate, build a new one or explore creative landscaping, you’ll find millions of ideas and everything for the Home- Inside and Out. The Expo is an excellent opportunity for home consumers to view the latest innovations, compare products and visit with experts in the industry. At this year’s Expo you’ll find a wide variety of products and ideas for the do-it-yourselfers, interior decorating trends, contractor services, energy-saving products, patio furniture, lawn and garden equipment, room additions, replacement & new windows, doors, siding, roofing, fireplaces, bathrooms, kitchens and much more with over hundreds of displays.
The Show offers Lawn & Garden Ideas and solutions with an opportunity to visit The Greater Omaha Garden Clubs and “Ask the Master Gardener” Answer Desk. More Americans than ever are discovering the joys of gardening. National surveys show millions of Americans spend time gardening, making it the country’s #1 leisure time activity. There is also a surge in water gardening, developing a peace and serenity of their own. The 2015 Show will again feature informative programs in the Show’s Garden Theater.
“For the Midwest home consumer, it is the time when they can find the indoor and outdoor products needed all at one time and in one place,” said Mike Mancuso, President of Mid-America Expositions, Inc., the Show Producer. In addition, Mancuso said, “You can pick up ideas at the show and adapt them to everyday living. If you’re looking for ideas, products, services, tremendous savings, or if you are going to build, remodel, decorate or landscape, this is your opportunity to do so in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.”
The 49th Annual Omaha Home & Garden Expo and Annual Omaha Lawn, Flower & Patio Show exhibits will be open to the public Thursday, February 5th, from 5 PM to 9 PM; Friday, February 6th, from 11 AM to 9 PM; Saturday, February 7th, from 10 AM to 7 PM and Sunday, February 8th, from 11 AM to 5 PM.
Click Here For Complete Information and
2015 Show Schedules
New Feature Display at the 2014 Show
The City of Omaha Stormwater Program will have a front yard landscape display that educates homeowners on how they can build a beautiful and functional landscape that addresses the many issues of stormwater runoff. Stormwater runoff is the rainfall that travels across pavement, roofs, and our yards collecting and carrying numerous pollutants to nearby creeks and lakes. This display will highlight how you can minimize the water pollution, improve your home’s value and aesthetic with landscaping, reduce maintenance, and best of all - protect our environment. The display will include rain barrels, rain gardens, permeable pavement, native and adapted plants for our region, general landscape maintenance practices, and the stormwater staff will be on hand to answer questions.
2014 Featured Attractions !
See Celebrity Chef
George Stella " The Good Carb Chef "
Thursday & Friday
As seen on Dr. Oz and the Food Network
Meet Amy Matthews
Friday & Saturday
As seen on
Meet Jared Walker Dostie
Saturday & Sunday
As seen on