Page Content ***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.Whether Omaha is your travel destination or a scheduled stopover, make the Village of Boys Town part of your itinerary. Stretch your legs and stroll around our historic campus or grab a bite to eat and unwind in our café. Our Village is a true American treasure that will leave a lasting impression. Discover Boys Town today!To speak with us about your tour, please call 1-800-625-1400 or submit an online tour request.Interactive Boys Town Tour Boys Town Tour AppThis tour is designed for you to take at your own pace - all you need is a smartphone! Simply download our NEW “Boys Town Visitor Tours” app for instant access to our top attractions. Learn more about this tour. Daily ToursOur experienced tour guides will keep the members of your travel group informed and entertained. Friendly and knowledgeable, they offer an insider's perspective on life in the Village and have plenty of stories to share about the special moments and famous faces that make up Boys Town's illustrious past. Guided tours depart Monday-Friday from the Visitors Center at 10 a.m and 2 p.m. A guided tour is available both Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. Please contact the Boys Town Gift Shop prior to your visit at 1-800-625-1400 Monday-Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to reserve your spot. Guests must provide their own transportation. For a daily tour, we suggest a donation to the Home of $5 per person. Step-on Guide Group ToursYour tour will begin at the Visitors Center, where a step-on guide will greet you. From there, you will start a driving tour through the Village and see where our children live, play, work, go to school and pray.Your first stop will be at the Hall of History. Other attractions include Dowd Chapel and the Father Flanagan Tomb, Chambers Chapel, the Garden of the Bible, the historic Father Flanagan House, the Gift Shop and Leon Myers Stamp Center, both located in the Visitors Center. Depending on the time of day, your group can enjoy a hearty breakfast or relax with a delightful lunch. Attractions are free. For a guided tour we suggest a donation to the Home of $3 per person. Custom and Specialty ToursRegardless of how much time your tour group has to spend at Boys Town, our staff can create a tour package that will make the most of every minute.Customized tours can involve everything from having a picnic lunch on the Village grounds to attending religious services at one of our chapels. Our Gift Shop also can extend its hours to accommodate your schedule.Does your tour have a theme? If so, perhaps it matches one of our unique specialty tours.Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts can earn their achievement badges by learning more about Boys Town and its work to help children and families. Programs include a tour of the campus with stops at the Hall of History Museum, Father Flanagan’s House, the Dowd Chapel and Father Flanagan’s Tomb. Please call 1-800-625-1400 for scouting tour information and prices. Omaha City TourNebraska’s largest city is a bustling metropolis that combines big-city sizzle with simple country charm.Our staff can help you create a dynamic itinerary that includes Omaha’s must-see attractions. Go wild at the world-class Henry Doorly Zoo. Stroll down the cobblestone streets of the Old Market, a downtown shopping, dining and entertainment district. Celebrate flight at the 300,000-square-foot Strategic Air and Space Museum. All of these attractions, and many others, are only a short drive apart. We can recommend a hotel close by.Whatever you’re in the mood for… Omaha has it all! All of these attractions, and many others, are only a short drive apart.