Looking for a particular landmark, or just curious to know what historic places are in your part of Kansas? Check out the registers kept by the Kansas Historical Society. These databases can help you view historic sites listed in several places: National Register of Historic Places. Register of Kansas Historic Places. Kansas Historic Resources Inventory.Continue reading “Registers of Historic Places”
Stock your birdwatching bookshelf with good identification tools before you need them. Here are a few that we’ve enjoyed.
Many Kansas towns have charm. However, a few stand out as delightful places to visit and explore. Allow us to share 10 towns that we feel are must-sees.
If you love to see the spectacular plants and animals Kansas has to offer, Watching Kansas Wildlife may be a book you’ll want to keep in your car.
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.
Kansas State Parks, a free PDF, makes it easy to decide which park to tackle first. A handy general resource for planning your trip.
The interstate highway system was neither an unmixed blessing nor an unmitigated curse.