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Wichita, Kansas

Converging cattle trails put Wichita on the map in the 1870s. Today, converging interstates draw visitors to the state's largest city. Things to do in Wichita include visiting Old Cowtown Museum, the Kansas Aviation Museum, the Wichita Art Museum and Botanica, the Wichita Gardens.

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