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Top Places To Visit In Kansas
Kansas is a very diverse state with much to see and do. The best way to get around the state of Kansas is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Kansas has to offer. If you are driving through Kansas, some of the top cities to visit are:
Wichita is one of the largest cities in Kansas. As a result of the size and expansive nature of Wichita and the countryside of Kansas, the best way to get around is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Wichita has to offer. Drive out to the Clifton Square Village. It’s one the largest shopping malls in Wichita. History buffs will want to drive to the Oldtown Historical District where most of Wichita’s main attractions are located such as the Museum of World Treasures, Wichita Art Museum and the Old Cowtown Museum. Consider driving out to the Kansas Aviation Museum for those aviation enthusiasts.
Although there is plenty to see and do in Kansas, you will want to use your rental car to drive out too many of the tourist attractions surrounding Kansas. Drive out to the Riverfront area home to the Frank Lloyd Wright Allen House, Keeper of the Plains, Fountains at Waterwalk, Exploration Place Science Museum and the Sedgwick County Zoo. You should also consider driving out to the Tanganyika Wildlife Park which is only a short 30-minute drive from Wichita. The park is focused on preservation and conservation. Other places to drive to is the Great Plains Nature Center a 2-hour drive from downtown Wichita. A natural oasis in the middle of Kansas. Drive 20 miles outside of Oakley in Western Kansas to discover the natural formations National Landmark at Monument Rocks. Race car enthusiast will want to drive to the Kansas Speedway, home to over 200 motorsports including the NASCAR touring events.