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Aggieville 5.0 stars
Quarter in Manhattan
Manhattan, Kansas is home to Kansas State University. As a university town, there is a lively entertainment district. Aggieville is the place for to go in Manhattan for a night out or some unique shopping and dining. It’s a small neighborhood ... [more ]
Boot Hill Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition in Dodge City
Back in the 1800's, Dodge City was part of the Wild, Wild West. The phrase "Get out of Dodge" came from Dodge City. It was place where the baddest of the bad came together and there was little for the lawmakers to do about it. There were shoot ... [more ]
Kanopolis State Park 5.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve in Marquette
Kanopolis State Park is Kansas’ oldest state park. It is a protected area around Kanopolis lake, about half an hour drive from Salina. It is situated in the smoky hills region of Kansas and I love to watch the sun rise and set over the hills at ... [more ]
Pillsbury Crossing 5.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve in Zeandale
Pillsbury Crossing is near Zeandale, Kansas and only about 20 minutes from Manhattan, Kansas. If you are on I-70, take exit 316 to Deep Creek Road. Then drive north for about 5 miles to Pillsbury Crossing Road. Follow that road east for about ... [more ]
Exploration Place 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition in Wichita
Exploration Place in Wichita is a fantastic place for families. There are loads of different exhibits and activities. They have a medieval castle, a park, mini-golf, displays on aviation and flight, history of Kansas and rotating temporary ... [more ]
Ten Thousand Villages 5.0 stars
Shopping in Hutchinson
Ten Thousand Villages on North Main Street is a delightful little store that sells art, handicrafts, jewelry, home furnishings, toys, stationery, and more from around the world. There are drums from Africa and handbags from Asia. Everywhere ... [more ]
Oakdale Park 5.0 stars
Park in Salina
Oakdale Park is a lovely park in the center of Salina; it’s built along the Smoky Hill River. It has a number of picnic areas and playground areas, so it’s ideal for families or groups. There are also some great shade trees, so if you are ... [more ]
Mushroom Rock State Park 5.0 stars
Park in Marquette
Located south of major highway I-70 or near Avenue K off of Hwy 141 are five acres of random geological features that make up Mushroom Rock State Park. Get directions from the park office in the small town of Marquette, Kansas. You will have to ... [more ]
Mariana Kistler Beach Museum of Art 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition in Manhattan
The Mariana Kistler Beach Museum of Art is on the K-State campus near McCain Auditorium and right off Anderson Avenue. It’s a modern museum with a great permanent collection as well as rotating temporary exhibits. The focus is on local Kansas ... [more ]
Sunset Zoo 5.0 stars
Zoo, Aquarium in Manhattan
Manhattan Sunset Zoo is a great little zoo on the west side of Manhattan. It’s open 360 days a year and has some great exhibits. It is arranged by geographical region – there is the African Forest Trail with monkeys and cheetahs; the Australian ... [more ]
Big Brutus 5.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark in West Mineral
Big Brutus is the world's second largest electric shovel. It was used to mine coal in the area in the mid-1900's. It's 16 stories tall and weighs 11 million pounds. It's an incredible and imposing structure. Self-guided tours are available of ... [more ]
Hale Library 5.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark in Manhattan
Hale Library is the main library on the Kansas State University campus. It’s in the heart of the campus and is a beautiful limestone building. You don’t need to be a student to go in, but you do have to have a student ID to check out books and ... [more ]
Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium 5.0 stars
Stadium, Sports Arena in Manhattan
Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium is where the Kansas State Wildcats play American football. In recent years, Kansas State University has been a powerhouse football team and the team is well known throughout the region. Games at the stadium ... [more ]
Konza Prairie 5.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve in Manhattan
Konza Prairie is a part of ongoing conservation and research on the tall grass prairie done by Kansas State University along with visiting scientists and researchers. It is one of the world’s largest protected areas of natural tall grass ... [more ]
Stutzmans Greenhouse 5.0 stars
Botanical Garden in Hutchinson
Stutzmans Greenhouse is more than just a place to buy plants. During the winter, they have Christmas celebrations with hundreds of poinsettias. They also have nights of entertainment with food, non-alcoholic cider, hot chocolate, and music. ... [more ]
Tuttle Creek State Park 5.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve in Manhattan
I love, love Tutte Creek State Park. We celebrated my cousin's graduation from university there. The area that's closest to Manhattan is referred to as the spillway. There are other bodies of water in the park, but the spillway was the one ... [more ]
Glenn's Bulk Food Shoppe 5.0 stars
Shopping in Hutchinson
Glenn's Bulk Food Shoppe is an Amish/Mennonite run store outside of Hutchinson. You are just as likely to see a horse drawn carriage outside as you are to see cars. The food is, as you could guess from the name, in bulk. My favourite item is ... [more ]
Northeast Community Park 5.0 stars
Park in Manhattan
Northeast Community Park may be unoriginally named, but it has its charms. My cousin and I lived within about five minutes of the park on foot. It is a wide open space, half of which is native grassland and the other half that is manicured ... [more ]
Native Stone and Mulligan Festival 5.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park in Alma
Every May, the small town of Alma celebrates spring and their heritage at the Native Stone and Mulligan Festival. It's called Native Stone as a salute to the many buildings built from the local limestone. The Mulligan part of the name comes ... [more ]
Wichita River Festival 5.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park in Wichita
Every year in May, Wichita comes together for the Wichita River Festival. Originally started as a centennial celebration, the River Festival has become around 10 days of excitement in the Wichita area. The feature of the event is the ... [more ]
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