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Explore free Kansas attractions including the state capitol, Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, the Fort Scott National Historic Site and Monument Rocks.
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With more than 80 sites to choose from, the Midwest offers explorers of every kind the perfect place to celebrate 100 years of the national park service.
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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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Sitting downtown amid 20 acres of lawn, the 1866 Capitol reflects the importance history holds in this metro.
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At a ranch in the Flint Hills of Kansas, the prairie's renewal begins when you strike a match.
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Confession: I went to the Flint Hills and dropped lit matches all across the prairie. The low, dry grasses caught fire, and boy, did they burn. Thanks to the...

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There are thousands of Midwest attractions worth seeing, but when you only get one lifetime to see it all, you’ve gotta be a little choosy. This list of nearly 100 things to do features our top tips...
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In northeast Kansas, sky and grass merge at the horizon in a vivid painting. Explore this region at places such as the Flint Hills Discovery Center and the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.
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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 city of more than 600,000 people draws travelers with attractions like the Old Town district, where turn-of-the-century brick buildings have found second life as art galleries and restaurants,...

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