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Things to do in Kansas
Olathe - swing 18 holes at the Heritage Park Golf Course
It is unusual to find a large golf course in the middle of the town but the Heritage Park Golf Course gives the opportunity to spend time relaxing on its wide fairways and exciting greens. The course is often used for tournaments, so there are plenty of areas to watch the play. Three lakes on this demanding course, means that there are water hazards on 11 of the 18 holes.
Olathe - visit the Mahaffie Stagecoach stop and farm
The Santa Fey Trail ran right through Kansas, with small towns growing up along its way, at the various coach stops. One of these towns is Olathe which now houses the last remaining coach stop on the trail that is open to the public. The site consists of the original family house, that has been preserved in its original state along with an ice house and barn. In addition to day visits and hosting birthday parties the Mahiffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm also run a series of summer camps.
Overland Park - relax at the Arboretum and Botanical Gardens
The Arboretum and Botanical Gardens in Overland Park , are sited in the south, metropolitan district of Kansas City. They have been continuously added to since their opening in 1996, and are probably one of the best kept secrets in the region. There are now 18 different zones to view, over 5 miles of trails, some of which are wheel chair accessible. Each of the areas are different with ponds, lakes, native and cultured gardens, all offer a restful and relaxing atmosphere.
Overland Park - take a trip to the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead
For a relaxing and family fun day out take a trip to Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead in Overland Park, where children have been learning about animals and farming since 1976. The park has everything you would expect from a turn of the century park including a petting zoo. Try to go in the spring time when many of the animals have just given birth, and the children can hold their young.
Quivira - go bird watching at the National Wildlife Refuge
The National Wildlife Refuge in Quivira offers a wide range of activities in this very important wetlands where endangered species of birds can often been seen as they migrate northwards and then south at different times of the year. The refuge has Bald Eagles that nest here regularly as well as native animals such as bobcats and coyotes. There is great fishing here all year around and special hunting permits are available in the autumn and winter.
Topeka - see the collection of guns at the Kansas National Guard Museum
There has been a Kansas National Guard since the state’s creation in 1861, although the militia from which it was formed dates back to 1855. The National Guard Museum depicts this long and lively history. There are exhibits of guns and uniforms as well as numerous pictures, but the favourite part for many is outside, where there is a large collection of large guns and helicopters, as well as an M60 tank and a self propelled howitzer.
Topeka - step back in history at Ward-Meade Park
A trip to Ward Meade Park is like stepping back into the late 19th century with its Victorian mansions, shops and streets. Many of the buildings have been faithfully redecorated, after being moved from various local sites of Kansas. The reproduction in the main mansion is flawless, and be sure to check out the tiny wooden Methodist church, as well as the drug store where you can enjoy a traditionally prepared root beer float.
Wichita - get excited with the animals at Sedgwick County Zoo
With over 2,500 animals and 500 different species, the Sedgwick County Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the United States, It has been caring for exotic animals for over 40 years. The natural styled enclosures include lions, gorillas and even hippos, provide an interesting insight in to the lifestyle of these beautiful animals. The zoo hosts a series of special activity days through the year and some very special summer camps, that the kids love.
Wichita - take a visit to the old town farmers market
For the freshest produce in the area take a visit to the Old Town Farmers Market in Wichita. It is held each Saturday from mid May to mid October. Farms dairies and ranches from all around the region travel to the market to offer you the best that they have, at great value, but be sure to go early in the morning, before it is all sold by midday. The market also has local entertainers, cooking displays and local handicrafts available for sale.
Wichita - tour around the Old Cowtown Museum
Step back into life in the 1870’s when you visit the Old Cowtown Museum in Wichita. There you will see the reconstructed buildings including the saloon and blacksmiths smithy. There are people in period clothing on hand to tell you all about life in those days, and you can take a buggy ride for a more relaxing tour around the site. The site is divided into zones each depicting part of the history of the area, and include a drovers camp, a hunters camp and a farm where you can try your hand at a range of activities.
Introduction of Kansas
The midwestern state of Kansas may be most famous for its flat prairie landscape and location in America’s geographic centre, but there are many more attractions and hotels in Kansas than most visitors might expect. Kansas hotels which are immediately recognisable economy chain conglomerates can easily be found in all four corners of the state, while most of the more upscale hotels in Kansas are situated in the state’s largest cities like Kansas City, Topeka, and Wichita. Bed and breakfast establishments with charming atmospheres and friendly Midwestern hosts are also very common in Kansas, and many of the state's casinos also contain Kansas hotels. Accommodations with a Wild West theme are numerous in historic Dodge City, while the town of Lawrence is home to a thriving live music scene as well as the University of Kansas and a wide variety of affordable and unique Kansas hotels geared towards Lawrence's college population. Many Kansas visitors may also choose to camp on the prairie.