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Fifty years after the July 20, 1969, moon walk, astro-theme attractions celebrate stargazing, space race history and the Apollo 11 lunar landing.
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Learn about history, take an art class and—if you visit during the holiday season—see the Midwest's largest indoor Christmas tree display. Lecompton may be small, with about 640 residents, but...
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Leave the entertaining to the animals—and prehistoric animatronics—at these immersive wildlife destinations.
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With bold flavors and memorable spaces, these far-flung restaurants are serving up meals well worth the trip off the eaten path.
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The state's highest point—4,039 feet above sea level—meets our writer's expectations: A metal sunflower sculpture. A mailbox with a guest book. And infinite pasture.
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Solve a mystery at Cedar Point's new attraction this summer, learn about Wisconsin's agriculture industry in Manitowoc and check out a new literary festival in Minneapolis.
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October 2 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System Act signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Today, the National Trails System includes 11 National Scenic Trails, 19...
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On a road trip across Kansas, inspiring terrain hides just a short detour off I-70. Many of Kansas' most scenic sites—Monument Rocks, Castle Rock, Mushroom Rock, Rock City, Kanopolis State Park...
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Call them gardens. Call them parks. Either way, these five sculpture hot spots prove why some art should be outside (and free for everyone to visit).
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The largest Niobrara Chalk formation in Kansas hides like a giant treasure in a valley between Scott City and Oakley. This mile-long stretch of 100-foot-tall spires and cliffs at The Nature...

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