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North East Kansas Road Trip

Are gas prices keeping you from getting out this summer? We know that summer plans tend to change when gas prices go up, which is why we made a list of affordable day trips in the northeast region of Kansas. Explore museums, art, local shops, and great food along the way! If you are wanting to go on…

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8 Sports Legends to Watch in Kansas

Along with ideal growing conditions for wheat and sunflowers, Kansas provides fertile soil for sports legends. Several storied teams, coaches and venues at the pro and college levels are rooted here. In 2022, Sporting KC marks its 27th year in Major League Soccer, of which the club is a charter…

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Head to Wichita for Summer Brews, Fun Attractions

Head to Wichita for summer brews, fun attractions Whether you plan to road trip with the family or get away with friends this summer, head to the heart of the country for a flavorful, fun experience. Kansas’ largest city – Wichita – is bringing back two popular summertime tours: the Wicked Brew Tour…

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Iconic Foodie Finds in Wichita

Finding iconic food in Wichita, the largest city in Kansas When you visit Kansas, you are guaranteed to find hearty meals made with love. Because of the state’s farmland and cattle ranches and fondness for potlucks and farmhouse meals, it’s no surprise you’ll find flavorful barbecue, thick-cut…

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A Story-Worthy Adventure in North Central Kansas

Who doesn’t love a good story? The North Central region of Kansas introduces inspiring characters like former President Dwight D. Eisenhower (who loved reading history books as a boy in Abilene), “Home on the Range” poet Dr. Brewster Higley, and S.P. Dinsmoor, whose quirky cement sculptures…

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Untamed Fun in Southwest Kansas

The wild spaces of southwest Kansas still cut loose today with captivating culture and genuine Western heritage. Towns corral their rowdy charm in bandits’ hideouts, Front Street gunfights, frontier forts, Old West museums and cavernous 109-foot-deep wells. Outside of town, life-filled landscapes…

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Things to do in Wichita this April

Finding autism-friendly activities in Kansas’ largest city, Wichita April is World Autism Month. To recognize the month, we are highlighting some of the autism-friendly activities you can find in Wichita, Kansas’ largest city. For many parents, coming up with family vacation ideas is fun and…

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Epic Exploration in South Central Kansas

You can earn a master’s degree in Kansas culture by exploring this region’s wide and impressive range of rural and urban experiences. Go on field trips to natural habitats for up-close studies in biology and zoology. Take multiple-choice taste tests in gastronomy and mixology. Learn about avian…

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Sights, Tastes and Sounds of the Flint Hills

Though cattle and cowboys still roam these pastoral lands, there’s no need to saddle up to experience this last big stand of tallgrass prairie in North America. A rich blend of historic sites and modern attractions gets you knee-deep into the boundless beauty, saved from the pioneer plows thanks to…

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