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Best Tourist Attractions In Kansas

Updated on January 7, 2021

As mentioned in my previous articles I love travelling, being able to experience the many wonderful things around the world is a true passion of mine. I am going to talk about some of the most popular tourist attractions in Kansas, and they definitely have something for the entire family to enjoy. I have had the chance to travel to Kansas four times, and would love to go back one day. Kansas is mostly known for its prairies, and some of the scenery that you will come across is truly breathtaking.

Sedgwick County Zoo

Sedgwick County Zoo is located in Wichita, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions for families in Kansas. The Sedgwick County Zoo has over three thousand different animals, and was opened back in 1971. The Sedgwick County Zoo is about two hundred and forty five acres in size, and is not only a fun experience but also very educational as well.

I have been to the Sedgwick County Zoo three times, and would love to go back one day. The Sedgwick County Zoo has some incredible exhibits, and their live shows are pretty awesome as well. The Sedgwick County Zoo holds incredible events throughout the year, and the agriculture is also quite amazing.

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is located in Flint Hills, and is over ten thousand acres in size. The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve was opened back in 1996, and was put into place to protect the ever-popular prairie ecosystem. The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve has an incredible history to it, and has something for the entire family to enjoy.

I have been to the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve four times, and would love to go back one day. The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve has incredible wildlife you will come across, and the scenery is truly breathtaking. The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve has some of the most amazing sunsets that you will come across within Kansas, and is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Botanica : The Wichita Gardens

Botanica : The Wichita Gardens is located in Wichita, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kansas. The Botanica : The Wichita Gardens was opened back in 1987, and is about seventeen acres in size. Botanica : The Wichita Gardens has four different Gardens within it, and has many attractions that make people come back over and over again.

I have only been to the Botanica : The Wichita Gardens twice, and would love to go back one day. The Botanica : The Wichita Gardens has the most incredible walking trails, and the scenery is truly beautiful. The Botanica : The Wichita Gardens sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and would make an amazing spot if you are on your honeymoon.

Exploration Science Museum

Exploration Science Museum is located in Wichita, and was opened back in 2000. The Exploration Science Museum has something for the entire family to enjoy, and is about one hundred thousand feet in size. The Exploration Science Museum has an amazing history to it, and the architecture throughout the building is pretty awesome as well.

I have been to the Exploration Science Center three times, and would love to go back one day. The Exploration Science Center has several incredible exhibits, and is not only a fun experience but also very educational as well. The Exploration Science Center holds many events throughout the year, and has some pretty incredible live shows.

Clinton State Park

Clinton State Park is located in Lawrence, and has become one of the most popular tourist attraction in Kansas. The Clinton State Park is about fifteen hundred acres in size, and was opened back in 1975. The Clinton State Park was created to protect the Clinton Lake, and the scenery throughout the area is truly breathtaking.

I have been to the Clinton State Park four times, and would love to go back one day. The Clinton State Park has incredible wildlife you will encounter, and the hiking trails are pretty amazing as well. The Clinton State Park has an amazing history to it, and sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and if you are on your honeymoon this would be one spot I would check out.

Rolling Hills Zoo

Rolling Hills Zoo is located in Salina, and is over sixty four thousand feet in size. The Rolling Hills Zoo has become one of the most popular tourist attractions for families in Kansas, and has several amazing exhibits. The Rolling Hills Zoo was opened back in 1980, and has an incredible history to it. I have only been to the Rolling Hills Zoo once, but surely would love to go back one day. The Rolling Hills Zoo holds several events throughout the year that families love, and the agriculture is truly amazing as well.

Kansas Aviation Museum

Kansas Aviation Museum is located in Wichita, and was opened back in 1991. The Kansas Aviation Museum has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kansas, and is more geared towards the adult generation. The Kansas Aviation Museum has an incredible history to it, and the architecture is truly amazing as well.

I have only been to the Kansas Aviation Museum twice, but would love to go back one day. Kansas Aviation Museum is truly a very educational experience, but one you definitely will love. The Kansas Aviation Museum displays many different types of aircrafts, and is also registered as one of the most historic places to see in Kansas.

Kanopolis State Park

Kanopolis State Park is located in Ellsworth, and is over twenty two thousand acres in size. The Kanopolis State Park has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kansas, and has some incredible hiking trails throughout the area as well. The Kanopolis State Park is truly beautiful in all senses to means, and has many incredible attractions that make it so very popular.

I have been to the Kanopolis State Park four times, and have had a fantastic time each time I have had the chance to go. Kanopolis State Park has incredible wildlife you will encounter, and the agriculture is absolutely incredible. The Kanopolis State Park is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out, and was opened back in 1945.

Flint Hills Discovery Center

Flint Hills Discovery Center located in Manhattan, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions for families in Kansas. The Flint Hills Discovery Center was opened back in 2012, and has some incredible exhibits throughout the building that families love. The Flint Hills Discovery Center details the amazing history of Flint Hills, and has an interactive playground, theater, and even an incredible exhibition Gallery. I have been to the Flint Hills Discovery Center three times, and would like one day to go back. Flint Hills Discovery Center holds amazing events throughout the year, and is one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center

Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center is located in Topeka, and has over two.hundred and fifty animals. The Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center was opened back in 1933, and has several incredible exhibits throughout the area, and has become one of the most popular attractions for families in Kansas. The Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center holds several amazing events throughout the year that families love, and has many exceptional attractions as well. I have been to the Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center five times, and would love to go back one day. The Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center is not only a fun experience but very educational as well, and the agriculture is truly magnificent.

Kansas is very beautiful, and is an exceptional place for a family vacation. These are some of the most popular tourist attractions within Kansas that I have had the opportunity to experience first hand, and they are definitely ones I would recommend checking out. If you have had the opportunity to be able to travel through this amazing State, and would like to share your adventures with me, leave me a comment telling me all about it.

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