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Histotic Atchison, Kansas, is perhaps best known as the birthplace of world-famous aviator Amelia Earhart. Her grandparents' Victorian home (where Earhart was born) is now a museum...
Baldwin City is home to Baker University, Kansas' oldest four-year college, Black Jack Battlefield, Midland Historical Railway and the annual Maple Leaf Festival.
In 1857, as the Civil War loomed on the horizon, a group of German emigrants from Chicago purchased a 774-acre town site from Shawnee Indian Chief Paschal Fish, Jr., whose young daughter, Eudora...
Kansas City, Kansas
From world-class racing and grand-scale shopping, to distinctive dining and lodging, Kansas City offers visitors unique experiences packed with hospitality, family fun adventures, and...
Kansas City, Missouri
Head east along I-70 for 45 minutes and you'll be in the heart of downtown Kansas City, the barbecue and jazz capital of the world. Shop the famous Country Club Plaza, head over to 18th &...
100 N. 5th St.
Leavenworth, Kansas, is known as the "First City in Kansas," established in 1854 and located on the west banks of the Missouri River. You'll enjoy browsing Leavenworth's historic...
Accessible via U.S. Highway 40 or Interstate 70. The city was originally called "Bald Eagle," but was later changed to Lecompton in honor of S.D. Lecompte, a federal judge in the...
1515 High Street
The Midland Railway operates excursion trains on a line originally constructed in 1867. Trains cover a 20-mile round trip from Baldwin City via Norwood to Ottawa Junction, Kan., traveling...
Just 20 minutes west on I-70 lies our state capital, Topeka. Rich with history Topeka is home to the Brown V. Board of Education National Historic Site that commemorates the landmark Supreme...
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