Flint Hills - North

Green Landscapes rated the Flint Hills as the best place in the United States to watch a sunset. While the views are breathtaking, the Flint Hills offers much more, including a wide variety of unique things to experience, wonderful cuisine to eat and a chance to see history with your own eyes. Download this printable PDF and see why there is no place like Kansas.

The following attractions were recognized as part of the 8 Wonders of Kansas contests, sponsored by the Kansas Sampler Foundation. don't miss them.

 

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Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum and Boyhood Home

(785) 263-6700 200 SE Fourth Street, Abilene Map it
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Temporarily closed due to COVID-19

Visit the all-new exhibits at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum... Learn more

Flint Hills Discovery Center

(785) 587-2726 315 S 3rd, Manhattan Map it
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The Kansas Flint Hills protect the last remnants of unbroken tallgrass prairie. Once, the tallgrass prairie dominated the... Learn more

K-State Gardens

(785) 532-6170 1500 Denison Ave, Manhattan Map it
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This space serves as a research area for K-State students, as well as beautiful grounds for visitors and unique event space. Learn more

K-State Insect Zoo KSU

(785) 532-2847 1500 Denison Ave, Manhattan Map it
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View all the creepy crawlies behind the safety of glass! Great for groups, tours, families or any interested visitor. The KSU... Learn more

Konza Prairie Biological Station

(785) 587-0441 100 Konza Prairie Lane, Manhattan Map it
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8,600 acres of quiet, rolling hills marked with flint and limestone dominate the landscapes around Manhattan KS. Kansas State... Learn more

Milford Nature Center and Fish Hatchery

(785) 238-5323 3415 Hatchery Dr, Junction City Map it
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Located northwest of Junction City west of K-77 on K-57 below the Milford Reservoir dam. Open Monday through Friday 9:00... Learn more

U.S. Cavalry Museum

(785) 239-2022 205 Custer Ave, Fort Riley Map it
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Housed in the original hospital built in 1855, the U.S. Cavalry Museum exhibits depict the colorful history of the... Learn more

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