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Boot Hill Museum

Built in 1947 by the Dodge City Jaycees, Boot Hill Museum was created after a large influx of visitors came to visit the cemetery. In 1953, museum officials acquired an old jail house and installed it on the grounds. ... Read More

Santa Fe Trail

It's not difficult to imagine the kind of views pioneers had as they traveled across the open prairie on the Santa Fe Trail. Just visit the Santa Fe Trail ruts site. The ruts were formed by years of constant use by freight wagons and settlers traveling the trail. The deep gouges in the earth have been visible for more than 100 years.... Read More

Greensburg's Big Well

About the well: Greenburg's Big Well is on the rebound after a May 4, 2007, tornado tore through Greensburg, destroying most of the town and part of the well itself.... Read More

Dodge City Days Rodeo

Ask anyone what the defining trait of Dodge City Days is.
Sure, there's the kickoff concert, the barbecue contest and the parade through downtown. There's the Quack Attack, Wacky Trikes and races at Dodge City Raceway Park. There's a touch of class with the Depot Theater's cabaret, and a touch of rock with the street dances.
But any local will tell you: Dodge City Days means the greatest show on dirt.
It's hot summer nights along the Arkansas River bed, Dodge City's lights in the distance and bugs swarming the stadium lights. It's the smell of fried food and beer, watching the storms roll in from the east and the firecracker pop of metal gates snapping open and shut.
Ask anyone. The rodeo owns Dodge City Days.
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Mueller-Schmidt House Museum

When German immigrant John Mueller and his wife, Karoline, built their house in 1881, they most likely didn't realize it would someday serve as a museum of Dodge City history. The handsome two-story limestone Mueller-Schmidt House Museum, or "Home of Stone," was one of the most elegant homes of its time.... Read More

Garden City's Lee Richardson Zoo

The zoo offers a variety of exhibits, including animals from Wild Asia, North American Plains, the African Plains, the South American Pampas and Australia. Other features include a playground, a duck pond, a nature trail and the Finnup Center for Conservation Education.... Read More

Dalton Gang Hideout

About the hideout: The attraction is an old homestead built in 1887 by John Whipple and Eva Mae Dalton Whipple, sister to the Dalton Gang brothers. The hideout includes a 95-foot-long tunnel, which connects the home to a barn. The gang dug the tunnel and used it as a hideout in the 1890s.... Read More

Dorothy's House/Coronado Museum

The Dorothy's House attraction is located inside a farmhouse that resembles the setting for the first part of "The Wizard of Oz." Tour guides dressed as Dorothy narrate the basic plot of the film and visitors literally follow the yellow brick road from the Land of Oz building to Dorothy's place. The ends in the "Emerald Room," which features artifacts donated by the Munchkins who acted in the original film.... Read More

Stauth Museum

Montezuma's Stauth Museum was built with funds from former Montezuma residents Claude and Donalda Stauth. The museum features artifacts from the couple’s travels around the world between 1940 and 1987, the year of Claude's death.
111 N. Aztec St.
(620) 846-2527
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Mid-America Air Museum

As America's fifth-largest air museum and home to more than 100 aircraft, the Mid-America Air Museum serves as an interactive educational resource for visitors.
2000 W. Second Ave.
(620) 624-5263
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Fort Larned

Visitors to Fort Larned can enjoy the history of the military establishment that once guarded the Santa Fe Trail. The historic fort features displays and activities to take visitors back to the fort's heyday in the 1860s. In 1964, the fort became a national historic site and a unit of the national park system.
Kansas Highway 156 West of Larned
(620) 285-6911
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Carnegie Center for the Arts

Once the public library for Dodge City, the old Carnegie building sitting on the corner of Second Avenue and Spruce Street in Dodge City is now home to area artists.... Read More

Depot Theater Company

Depot Theater Company offers southwest Kansas the best in live theater.... Read More

5.4.7 Arts Center

Want to see what a green art gallery looks like in a small town still rebuilding and catch some great art at the same time? 5.4.7 is the place to be.... Read More

The Arts Center on Main

the Arts Center on Main offers an intriguing array of fine art, photography, textile and other revolving art exhibits for all tastes.... Read More

Mercer Gallery

Mercer Gallery is located in the west wing of the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building at Garden City Community College.... Read More

Wellington Lake

Located just miles southwest of the city, Lake Wellington was created for flood control purposes, as well as a reliable drinking source — usually the two main reasons why manmade lakes are created in the first place. Overall, the lake has 1,100 acres of surface water and five miles of shoreline. ... Read More

Chisholm Trail Museum

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Wellington's Panhandle Museum

In 2005, Perry Wiley of Wellington placed his collection of train memorabilia inside a museum and named it the Panhandle Railroad Museum... Read More

Grassroots Art Center

Exhibits over 20 examples of unique self-taught, outsider art environments.

Exhibits from across the state of Kansas. Visitors enjoy the creativity of primarily retired individuals working with recycled materials such as metal, wood, pull-tabs, limestone, cement, computer motherboards and even chewing gum.
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Wichita Art Museum

Discover an internationally-renowned collection of American art.

The Wichita Art Museum houses one of the world's finest collection of American Art, spanning three centuries of painting, sculpture, works on paper and decorative arts.
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The Big Pool

Take a dip in the football field-sized pool holding 2.5 million gallons of water.... Read More

Museum of World Treasures

Museum of World Treasures
Journey through time at one of the most exciting museums in America.
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Hedrick Exotic Animal Farm and Bed & Breakfast

Exotic animal tours by reservation or stay at our B&B. Breakfast, tour & rides are included in stay.... Read More

Kansas Underground Salt Museum

Only museum of its' kind in the Western Hemisphere! Located 650 feet underground!... Read More

Ellinwood Tunnels

Underground tunnels, 1887 barber, bath, and harness shops.... Read More

Lawrence -Free State Brewing Co

Opened in 1989 as the first legal brewery in Kansas in over 100 years. Located in a renovated inter-urban trolly station in historic downtown Lawrence, the Brewery was an early participant in the rejuvenation of the north end of the downtown business district.... Read More

Leavenworth - High Noon Saloon and Brewery

High Noon Saloon and Brewery

American fare and award winning microbrews in a historic setting.
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Manhattan - Little Apple Brewery

Serving fresh hand-crafted beers and certified angus beef steaks since 1995.

For a great meal with friends, a business lunch, or a group dinner in a private room, The Little Apple Brewing Company is the perfect choice.
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Manhattan - Tallgrass Brewing Company

Born of a passion to brew the finest beer possible, Tallgrass is one of Kansas' favorite beers.

The decision to found Tallgrass Brewing Company was made by Jeff Gill and his wife Tricia on April 8, 2006. Tricia had asked Jeff THAT question: “What do you want to do with the rest of your life?” Jeff had been thinking about that exact question quite a bit. “I want to start a microbrewery!”
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Hays - LbBrewing Co. & Gella's Diner

Regionally inspired comfort food and handcrafted beer in restored architecture building.

Regional cuisine, the art of brewing beer, design and architecture, history and people… these are the passions behind Lb. Brewing Co. and Gella’s Diner. Fourteen award-winning beers brewed on-site, dishes made from scratch, everything is fresh from the farm to your table. The beef is never frozen, steaks hand-cut and the hamburger and sausages ground on-premise daily. Live music is a weekly event at the brewery and diner. Menus, beers and band schedules are online www.lbbrewing.com.
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Wichita - River City Brewing Co.

Wichita's first and only microbrewery and restaurant.
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Olathe - Flying Monkey Beer

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Shawnee - Barley's Brewhaus & Restaurant

Barley's has THE LARGEST selection of draft beers in Kansas City - including locally brewed favorites.... Read More

Topeka - Blind Tiger Brewery & Restaurant

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Holton - Campbell Vineyard and Winery

Surrounded by beautiful rolling pastures and timber, a nearby pond beckons for picnics. Wildflowers, birds and native grasses accompany vineyard tours. If quiet ambiance is what you crave, come sit and watch nature unfold at Cambell Vineyard and Winery! ... Read More

Eudora - Davenport Orchard, Vineyard, & Winery

Wines made from 100% Kansas products, 99% grown on the farm east of Lawrence.... Read More

Ellinwood - Dozier Vineyard & Winery

Family-owned farm winery located in 1910 railroad depot. Picnicking and wooded walking paths. Unique... Read More

Whitewater - Grace Hill Winery

Located just northeast of Wichita, family-owned vineyard and winery, tastings, tours, picnic area.... Read More

Basehor - Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery

15 acre vineyard and winery; 7 miles from Kansas Speedway. Award winning wines and vineyard views.... Read More

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McLouth - Jefferson Hill Farm and Winery

Situated in the gentle rolling hills of Northeast Kansas in Jefferson County on a glacial moraine hilltop, Jefferson Hill Vineyard and Guest House produces wines from estate grown grapes.... Read More

Wamago - OZ Winery

Visit our gift shop. You’ll find OZLANDIA T-shirts and wine accessories galore. Discover mouth-watering homemade fudge.... Read More
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