Thursday is the final day for viewing the gingerbread houses at the Mormon Trail Center at 3215 State St. in Omaha. Hours for the free-to-attend display on Thursday are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Bode Scott, 3, of Omaha, stares with wide-eyed amazement at the offerings at the Mormon Trail Center’s 30th annual Gingerbread festival.

A plastic dinosaur munches on sweets in the Urry Family's "Dinosaur Castle," one of many buildings that form a veritable sea of gingerbread wonders at the Mormon Trail Center's 30th annual Gingerbread festival.

Dana Rouch of Omaha takes in the details of "Lehi's Dream" by the Fletcher family.

The Omaha Livestock Exchange Building is given the gingerbread treatment by Anita Hansen Dillon. A tasty rendition of the Omaha Depot also sits in the candy-coated gingerbread neighborhoods.

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