Looking for a few Kansas day trip ideas? Start here for some small-town charm.
If you love to travel Kansas and see the spectacular plants and animals our state has to offer, Watching Kansas Wildlife: A Guide to 101 Sites by Bob Gress and George Potts may be a book you’ll want to keep in your car.
When most of us think about what makes Kansas cities and towns unique, spinach is usually far from our thoughts. Learning that Lenexa was once hailed as the Spinach Capital of the World may come as a bit of a surprise.
Summer is fast approaching! It’s time to battle the bugs, brush up on music skills, and plan some family time for Memorial Day.
Looking for a taste of the Smoky Hills? We have pulled together ten of our favorite destinations.
The site of the present-day Pawnee Indian Museum near Republic, Kansas, was accepted by the state in 1901, making it the oldest State Historic Site. The site was dedicated and opened to the public that same year. Thousands came to witness the ceremony and to see a granite monument—to an event that never happened inContinue reading “Pawnee Indian Museum”
As the weather warms up, it’s time to get outdoors! Whatever your interest is, Kansas has a state park just right for you.
There is no question that interstate highways have changed the face of the nation. They are neither an unmixed blessing nor an unmitigated curse.
Kansas has a unique heritage. Just about anywhere you go in the state, you can see relics of our fascinating history mingled with modern everyday life. Have you ever stopped to consider the inestimable value that many of our state’s historic places and handed-down stories can provide? Here are some of the reasons that weContinue reading “6 Reasons to Preserve Kansas Heritage”
…No genuine Kansan can emigrate. He may wander. He may roam. He may travel. He may go elsewhere, but no other State can ever claim him as a citizen. —John J. Ingalls