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Home to one of the state’s largest events, the Kansas State Fair, Hutchinson also attracts visitors with a space museum and salt mine tours.
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Cowboys pushing cattle across the Kansas prairie longed for a view of Wichita on the horizon. Today, the city of almost 400,000 still makes a great stop.
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This compact community of 7,990 grew up around the frontier fort.
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The purple passion of K-Staters (Kansas State University) infuses the college town of Manhattan, but visitors also come to the area to explore the tallgrass prairie of the Flint Hills.
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The home of the University of Kansas thrums with an energy that feeds high-brow culture and down-to-earth fun.
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The Missouri and Kansas rivers meet at this shopping and racing destination (population: 146,000).
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Aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart called it home (population: 11,000). Today, Nell Hill’s draws home decor shoppers, and tours of haunted spots attract history buffs.
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Experience a bit of the Old West in Dwight D. Eisenhower’s charming hometown (population: 6,800).