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To carry the U.S. mail over 1,800 miles of wilderness, Pony Express riders changed horses about every 12-15 miles. Discover the 139 miles that ran through Kansas as well as other stops along the way.
The charm and excitement of the old west are close at hand in Dodge City.
The continent's largest remaining tract of tallgrass. The region's sweeping horizons and carpets of wildflowers captivate artists and enchant visitors.
Eighty million years ago, western Kansas was underwater; the remains of what lived in the sea then turned into chalk, eventually eroding into the large rocks that now tower over the flat countryside.
The story of the Santa Fe Trail is not a long chapter in the history of the West, but there is no question it is an important and enduring chronicle in America's advance to become a great nation.
Full of pleasant surprises and fun for all ages, Salina offers varied attractions and events that speak to the cultural traveler, sports enthusiast and kid in all of us!
Escape to an exotic adventure 650 feet underground. Experience huge, magnificent salt chambers and take an excursion on the Salt Mine Express underground train.
Settled in the spring of 1869 by a group of Swedish immigrants from the Värmland province of Sweden - a community rich in Swedish culture and is known as Little Sweden USA.
Located less than 15 minutes from downtown Kansas City, Overland Park offers over 250 restaurants, great shopping, theatres and more than 80 public parks.
Located 20 miles south of Wichita, the century-old, historic Bartlett Arboretum is home to massive cypress, oaks and champion Japanese maples.
With 20 first-class attractions, you’ll definitely need to spend more than one day exploring the capital city of Kansas.
A college community, complemented by a nearby military base, and tucked into the gorgeous Flint Hills region.
Hutchinson is 39 miles northwest of Wichita, on the Arkansas River. It has been home to salt mines since 1887, thus its nickname of "Salt City".
Explore eclectic art, hands-on exhibits, Old West and Indian artifacts - even a T. rex skeleton. Dine at more than 1,000 restaurants. Discover distinctive shops and antique stores.
Located in Kansas City, over 38,000 square feet of jaw-dropping slides & zero-depth entry areas for little ones.