I will present an overview of Fermi LAT gamma-ray observations of non-blazar AGN. This includes most recent highlights from radio galaxies, extended radio lobes, and radio-quiet/Seyfert galaxies. I will also introduce various multiwavelength efforts for the observations of bright radio galaxies towards AGN unification scheme. Another topic to be discussed will be a close similarity between the giant radio lobe and so-called “Fermi-bubbles” extending over 50 degrees above and below the Galactic center. Insight into the gamma-ray emission mechanism and possible production sites of high energy particles will be discussed as well as future prospects for such studies.