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​​***Due to recent public health concerns and for the safety of the youth in our care, Boys Town has cancelled ALL campus tours until further notice. This includes all group tours, daily tours, and self-guided tours. Please call 531-355-1141 for further information or for future bookings.

​*** ​In an effort to increase social distancing and decrease the potential for coronavirus spread, the Hall of History and Visitors Center on Boys Town’s Home Campus will be closed until further notice.​


Boys Town Memorial Day Run

Monday, May 25, 2020

One mission. Many finish lines.

During this time of social distancing and limiting community exposure, you can still be a part of something great. Run Boys Town! No matter where you are, join us Memorial Day weekend for a virtual run or walk​. People from all over the country will be participating in a 1-mile or 5-mile walk/run to help Boys Town continue to provide the care, services and resources that children, families and patients desperately need.

Learn about the virtual run here.

Boys Town’s Baseball Exhibit and Scavenger Hunt

June 13 – 24, 2020

Baseball has been a big part of Boys Town’s 100-plus year history. From the Home’s earliest years, our kids have played the game and welcomed some of its biggest stars as visitors.

Boys Town’s Hall of History captures this long-time relationship in a must-see baseball exhibit that’s a hit with everyone, from avid fans to casual followers. This exhibit is open during the two weeks of the College World Series (June 13 – June 24).

Visit the Boys Town Hall of History on our beautiful campus and take a trip back through baseball’s glory days.

There’s even a Baseball Scavenger Hunt with prizes that’s sure to be a hit with the kids!


New Brother Sister Statue"Brother Sister" Statue

Boys Town unveiled the "Brother Sister" statue June 6, 2017 in honor of our centennial year. Designed by Matthew Placzek, the statue represents that Boys Town serves both girls and boys. The piece, titled- "The Work Continues," is 7 feet tall and was crafted in Omaha. It was cast in bronze in Colorado before returning to the Boys Town campus. The statue it replaced is located in the Boys Town Hall of History. The public is encouraged to come see the statue anytime.

Hall of History

Discover more about Boys Town at the Hall of History’s exhibit: The Dream Continues. You’ll learn how each of Boys Town’s directors met the challenges of their time, providing the right care at the right time to America’s endangered and neglected boys and girls. You’ll also learn what life is like today at Boys Town for our youth. Digital interactives demonstrate the latest in research from Boys Town’s doctors and scientists. Artifacts and documents also document the progress of the Canonization of our founder, Father Edward J. Flanagan.