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Best things to do in Lawrence - Kansas (KS) - video of best places to visit in Lawrence KS, listing all best attractions or what to do in Lawrence, the 6th largest city in Kansas State, located in the northeastern sector.
Lawrence has so many places to visit for tourist. One of main attractions in Lawrence KS is Massachusetts Street. This is street is something for everyone that visited here. One of the best places to shop and dining in Lawrence.
One of main attractions in Lawrence KS is Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum, a natural history museum. Family or kids will enjoy to visit here.
Grinter Farm also be recommended best places to visit in Lawrence, especially when its blooming with sunflowers. You also can visit Clinton State Park for outdoor or watersport activities such as walk with your kids, kayaking or canoeing on the lake.
Other things to do list in Lawrence KS is visiting museums (Booth Family Hall of Athletics, Spencer Museum of Art, Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics, Watkins Museum of History, Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area, Wakarusa River Valley Heritage Museum, etc), visiting visitor centers, point of interest or landmarks of Lawrence (Lawrence Visitor Center, Lied Center Lobby, Prairie Park Nature Center, etc) or visit the historical or architectural building (Old West Lawrence, Hobbs Park Memorial, Fire Station No. 4, etc).
Last, don't forget to visit other attractions in Lawrence such as University of Kansas, Lawrence Public Library, South Park, Rock Chalk Park, Phoenix Gallery, Indoor Aquatic Center, Potter Lake, DeBruce Center and Washington Creek Lavender.
Thats all about things to do in Lawrence KS, feel enjoy to doing all activities in the best places on this list.
List 8 Tourist Attractions in Missoula, Montana | Travel to United States
Here, 8 Top Tourist Attractions in Missoula, US State..
There's Montana Snowbowl, Lolo National Forest, Fort Missoula, St. Francis Xavier Church, SpectrUM Discovery Area, Children's Museum Missoula, Lolo Peak, Council Grove State Park and more...
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RV Nomad Life | Best Kept Secret Campground In Kansas!
They always say Kansas is flat and boring, but in reality, it has some of the best camping in America. Come check out Hillsdale State Park and why it is one of our favorite places to camp in the United States!
We stayed in the Sunflower Campground at Hillsdale State Park. This park is host to a wide variety of activities including camping, boating, fishing, archery, a shooting range, beach, primitive camping, and full hook up RV Campgrounds. They have an excellent cell signal which made it the perfect place to get some work done and relax on the beautiful prairies of Kansas. Each site has a fire pit and a picnic table. The sites are also oversized. Many of the RVers here have boats next to their RVs and still have space! We lived about 30 minutes away for years and never even knew this was here. If you are looking for a good spot to hang out near Kansas City, we highly recommend this location. We paid $160/week.
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Places to see in ( Penrith - UK )
Places to see in ( Penrith - UK )
Penrith is a town in Cumbria’s Eden Valley, England. It’s known for the massive 14th-century Penrith Castle, set on a grassy meadow. Nearby, the Penrith Museum houses Roman pottery and objects reflecting local history. To the north is Beacon Hill, with its Penrith Beacon monument and panoramic views. South of town are the Norman Brougham Castle and the prehistoric monument of Mayburgh Henge.
Penrith is a market town and civil parish in the county of Cumbria, England. Penrith lies less than 3 miles (5 km) outside the boundaries of the Lake District National Park. Historically a part of Cumberland, Penrith's local authority is currently Eden District Council, which is based in the town. Penrith was formerly the seat of both Penrith Urban and Rural District Councils. From 1974 to 2015, Penrith had no town council of its own, and was an unparished area. Penrith Town Council was formed in 2015 and the first elections to the Town Council Civil parish took place on May 7, 2015.
The main church is St. Andrew's, built from 1720 to 1722 in an imposing Grecian style, abutting an earlier 13th-century tower. The churchyard has some ancient crosses and hogback tombstones in it known now as Giant's Grave, and Giant's Thumb which is the remains of a Norse cross dated to 920 AD. The ruins of Penrith Castle (14th-16th centuries) can be seen from the adjacent railway station. The castle is run as a visitor attraction by English Heritage. To the south-east of the town are the more substantial ruins of Brougham Castle, also under the protection of English Heritage. To the south of the town are the ancient henge sites known as Mayburgh Henge and King Arthur's Round Table. Both are under the protection of English Heritage.
In the centre of the town is the Clock Tower, erected in 1861 to commemorate Philip Musgrave of Edenhall. Hutton Hall, in Friargate preserves a 14th-century pele tower at the rear, attached to an 18th-century building. Dockray Hall (formerly the Gloucester Arms) is said to date from c1470 and may incorporate the remains of another pele tower. Penrith has been noted for the number of wells in and around the town, and well-dressing ceremonies were commonplace on certain days in the month of May. Three miles south-east of the town, on the River Eamont are the Giants' caves, where the well was dedicated to St. Ninian. The caves are enlarged out of Lower Permian sandstones and their associated breccias and purple shales.
Just to the north of the town is the wooded signal-beacon hill, naturally named Beacon Hill, but originally called Penrith Fell. It last use was probably in 1804 in the war against Napoleon. Traditionally, the Beacon Pike was used to warn of approaching danger from Scotland. Today, although surrounded by a commercial woodland owned by Lowther Estates, the hill still contains some natural woodlands and is a popular local and tourist attraction. On a clear day the majority of the Eden Valley, the local fells, Pennines and parts of the North Lakes can be seen. It is almost certain that the Beacon Hill gave Penrith its name - in Celtic - of red hill. A fibreglass 550 cm (18 ft)-tall statue of King Kong once stood in the Skirsgill Auction Mart.
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Smoky Hill Weapons Range GA Pilots' Safety Brief
Maj. Todd Knoxville Kavouras of the Smoky Hill Air National Guard Weapons Range briefed Salina-area GA pilots on current happenings at the weapons range and offered safety information for those flying in the area.
Located 10 miles west of Salina, Kan., the Smoky Hill Weapons Range is the largest and busiest ANG bombing range in the nation, encompassing 51 square miles, and has more than 100 tactical targets and an electronic warfare range. The complex provides approximately 36 thousand acres for combined arms training, allowing Active and Reserve component military organizations to train jointly in a realistic environment that combines ground and air assets in operational training in a way that's possible at only a few sites throughout the United States.
The Smoky Hill range provides airspace within an FAA sanctioned Military Operational Area, which permits active and reserve units to operate both piloted and unmanned aircraft in training scenarios.