Harrah’s Council Bluffs
One Harrahs Blvd
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
East Omaha/Council Bluffs area.
Wildly popular and extremely gregarious game, but a first-time visit to a Craps table can be a daunting experience. However, after a brief overview of the rules, and five minutes at a table, even novice gamers begin to appreciate the excitement of the Craps tables.
Harrah’s Council Bluffs has a full range of games including all the classics like blackjack, craps and roulette. We’ve also got the friendliest dealers around, to ensure that it’s always a good time at Harrah’s!
Whether you prefer spinning reels, video slots or video poker, we’ve got your game – in a variety of denominations. Harrah’s boasts over 500 slot machines in all
Harrah’s Fresh Market Square Buffet features a variety of delicious dining experiences to choose from. Sample fare from our home cooked favorites of fried chicken and roast beef, our hearty Italian pastas and pizzas, a fresh salad bar, and exotic Asian cuisine. Rock out 24 hours a day with made-to-order pizzas, burgers and more. Enjoy a spectacular view with your steak from this fine dining gem situated on the 12th floor of Harrah’s Council Bluffs. Mouth-watering cuisine from around the world is featured at Fresh Market Square, the very best Council Bluffs buffet.
Come Out and Play some golf! Guests at Harrah’s Council Bluffs can enjoy challenging golf games at Dodge Park and Westwood Park , two affordable local courses that make for a great golf outing.
The Old Market is a historic downtown Omaha neighborhood that has been hosting visitors and residents for over 30 years. The area is rich with unique shops, boutiques, pubs, restaurants, bookstores, bakeries, art galleries, clothing stores and more. Fun anytime of the day or evening, and a “must visit” on your agenda.
Early morning is a great time to start your visit at Lauritzen Gardens – Omaha’s Botanical Center. On this 100-acre site you will experience the beauty of a Victorian Garden, a rose garden, a bird sanctuary and a children’s garden. Song of the Lark Meadow features native wildflowers and grasses. Housed within a spacious and beautiful Visitors Center are a floral exhibit hall, seasonal flower displays, local art hangings, a popular gift shop and a resource library.
Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo was named Best Zoo in America according to Reader’s Digest, May 2004 edition, and for good reason. Visit the Lied Jungle, the world’s largest indoor tropical rainforest, with some really interesting residents to amuse and awe you. Walk through a 70-foot tunnel as sharks and thousands of colorful reef fish swim overhead in their 850,000 gallon tank at the Scott Aquarium. Take a stroll through Hubbard Gorilla Valley, which gives the Omaha Zoo gorillas more room to enjoy all of their favorite activities, including watching visitors. If that isn’t enough to excite you, the Zoo boasts the world’s largest geodesic enclosed arid desert and nocturnal caverns.