Things to do in Wichita KS (Kansas) - 15 Best Fun Things to do
Things to do in Wichita KS (Kansas) - 15 Best Fun Things to do
Situated in Kansas River region, The Wichita is the largest city in the United States of America’s state of Kansas. It is the administrative seat of the Sedgwick County. Owing to the presence of Kansas and the Little Kansas Rivers, the history of the city goes back into centuries. Early settlement started here in about three-thousand B.C., and in the age of discovery, some Spanish expedition discovered the city of Wichita. In later time the territory was claimed by France and make it a part of Louisiana. American bought the city as part of Louisiana Purchase and make a part of the Kansas territory. In 1861 it became part Louisiana State. The city Wichita has an important role in the history of the
United States of America. The city has been a favourite destination for many tourists. This article will bring to light some amazing things to in Wichita KS (Kansas).
List of 15 best Things to do in Wichita KS (Kansas)
1. Shopping in Wichita KS
2. Exploration Place
3. The Botanica Garden
4. Museum of World Treasures
5. Old Cowtown Museum
6. Entrap Games Wichita
7. Sedgwick County Zoo
8. Great Plains Nature Centre
9. Wichita Toy Train Museum
10. Mid-America All-Indian Centre
11. Wichita Symphony Orchestra
12. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Allen House
13. Escape Rooms Wichita
14. Century II Performing Arts and Convention Centre
15. Old Town
The city of Wichita, Kansas is well-known as “The Air Capital of the World” owing to the massive production of aircraft. This city is also an industrial hub. Being the largest city, it is a central area for trade and media. The city is also a cultural centre. The city has many attractions for the visitors. The city hosts Kansas largest airport.
This list of things to do in Wichita KS (Kansas) will help you explore this city.
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Beautiful places in Kansas
Some of the most beautiful places in Kansas. This list just shows some of the best places to see in Kansas
Kansas State Parks 2018
In a nation of natural treasures, Kansas’ 28 state parks shine like diamonds.
Some are amid steep, timbered slopes ringed in bus-sized boulders. Others are where prairie grasses and wild flowers stretch towards 10-mile horizons.
It’s no wonder some rank in the top one percent nationally for scenic beauty.
Hundreds of miles of trails can take you places where the steepness of the grade, as well as the view, can literally leave you breathless. There are family-friendly and A.D.A. trails so all can enjoy “look at that!” sights.
Along lakes with clean beaches, most parks are perfect places for a child to catch their first sunfish, or where avid anglers might hook a fish of boat-towing proportions.
You can spend nights in cabins or RVs nicer than many homes. Or stay in tents at secluded spots where a doe and her wobbly-legged twin fawns may be your only neighbors. Sleep will come easy with the relaxing sounds of waves washing ashore and whippoorwills.
We hope you’ll spend some time in Kansas state parks. You’ll find they’re diamonds, one and all.
Visit TravelKS.com for travel information, and inspiration for your next adventure.
The Amazon’s Boiling River Kills Anything That Enters
When Andrés Ruzo was a boy, his grandfather would tell him tales of a mythical city of gold deep in the heart of the Peruvian jungle. Though never believing the stories to be true, the legend of the lost city stuck with him into adulthood. Years later, as a geothermal scientist, Ruzo decided to investigate. To his surprise, he discovered an incredulous river deep in the Amazon, with water hot enough to kill a human. Historically a place of pilgrimage for shamans and sorcerers, the river now faces increasing threats from poachers, loggers and squatters. Now, Ruzo is working hard to protect it.
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Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - I-80: Beatrice to Waverly Interchanges . 2013 ( 州間高速道路80号線 )
This trip takes us on the majority of Interstate through Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A. In recent years, the city has expanded towards and somewhat around the Interstate, but for the most part I-80 goes around it. The Interstate is in it's last phase of being expanded to six lanes from Lincoln to Omaha - Lincoln is the last portion that needs to be completed... something like a 10+ year project! Yikes!!!
Back when they first began building the Interstate in the late 50's, I-80 was originally planned to skirt by downtown Lincoln following West O Street and what eventually became Interstate 180. Some people didn't like the idea of a busy interstate going through & ruining the big town feel that had Lincoln at that time, so instead I-80 was diverted NW toward the airport (I-180 was built in it's place to get to Downtown). I tell you, we'd love to have it now... it takes forever sometimes to get around the city (not complaining, though~)!
The speed of I-80 in the rural areas of Nebraska is normally 75mph (121kph). Please enjoy!
Interesting fact: I-80 is one of the few major east-west Interstate corridors in the U.S. Beginning next to Manhattan Island on the east, going through (or by) a number of major cities along it's path (including Chicago, Salt Lake City, Des Moines, the Quad Cities, Toledo, Cleveland, Sacramento, Omaha and Oakland) and ending across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in San Francisco on the west.
This is a continuation of the video Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - U.S. 77: Rosa Parks Way to the West I-80 I/c(s) . 2014 for U.S. Hwy. 77 (beginning at 1:17 in this video), which can be seen here:
To continue on U.S. Hwy. 77, please stop 8:33 in this video and see the video Car Camera - U.S. 77 & NE-L55X - Lincoln to Ceresco, NE . 2013 here:
...jump to 3:40 in that video.
00:19 - Eastbound on West O Street (U.S. Hwy. 6) at the U.S. Hwy. 77 South / I-80 Interchange.
00:44 - Onramp to U.S. 77 North and I-80 East.
1:04 - The Lincoln Airport can be seen straight ahead.
1:29 - (Eastbound) Interstate 80 East / U.S. 77 North (U.S. 77 follows I-80 at this point).
2:30 - West Cornhusker Highway (Lincoln Airport) Interchange.
2:57 - Nebraska Technology Park can be seen on the left.
4:09 - Superior Street overpass.
4:10 - Downtown (I-180/U.S. Hwy. 34) Interchange.
5:24 - N. 14th Street overpass.
6:14 - N. 27th Street Interchange.
8:33 - N. 56th Street (U.S. Hwy. 77 North) Interchange. U.S. 77 splits off from I-80 here.
13:15 - Waverly (U.S. Hwy. 6) Interchange and offramp.
14:26 - Westbound Cornhusker Highway (U.S. 6), now going back towards Lincoln.