Page ContentEventsVirtual Tours Take a virtual tour of our Hall of History or download the FREE Boys Town Tourism App for your smartphone and get instant access to our campus!Search for the “Boys Town Visitor Tours" app from the App Store or Google Play. Launch the app and choose from several tours—a Village Tour of our campus, our award-winning Hall of History museum, Father Flanagan's Historic House, Dowd Chapel where Father Flanagan's tomb is located, or the Statues and Memorials that beautify our campus.Irish Christmas at Father Flanagan’s Historic HomeDecember 12 – 18, 2021; 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Father Flanagan House Museum Admission: Free The season of Christmas has always held a special place in the heart of Father Edward J. Flanagan. In honor of his Irish heritage, his former home will be decorated this holiday season featuring Irish Christmas traditions. Explore and learn about the holiday celebrations of Father Flanagan’s homeland and view Christmas quilts, antique toys and ornaments from the 1920s to 1940s.Chanukah ParadeDecember 6, 2021; 3:30 p.m. Village of Boys Town Admission: Free Exhibits "Brother Sister" StatueBoys 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 HistoryDiscover 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.