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You don't need a student I.D. to appreciate Manhattan. Kansas State University’s vibrant hometown easily fills a weekend, but take time to explore nearby towns.
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Founded in 1867 as a railroad stop near a frontier fort, Hays, an I-70 community of 20,000, tempts with a mix of specialty shops, restaurants, historic attractions and a top-notch museum.
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There is no shortage of great dining, shopping, art and entertainment in Kansas City and the metro area. Nearby Lawrence, KU’s home, entices with its lively arts and food scene.
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A top-notch botanical garden, museums and vibrant warehouse district draw visitors to Wichita.
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Little pockets of this city of 382,000 feel like they fell out of a movie set—a slice of the Serengeti or a town from the Old West—and into place here.
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In this college town of 53,000, feel the purple passion of K-Staters (Kansas State University).
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Home of the University of Kansas, this city of 89,000 promises a hip hangout with great shopping and dining.
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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).

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