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The Eight Wonders of Kansas are a blend of human-made and natural wonders highlighting the Sunflower State’s most incredible sights.
The 1911 "Cathedral of the Plains" showcases stunning Romanesque-style architecture.
Completed in 1888, the “World’s Largest Hand Dug Well” welcomes visitors to explore the well and history exhibits.
Tour the home, library and museum of the 34th President of the United States.
This impressive space museum houses more than 13,000 pieces of Russian and U.S. artifacts, among other sights.
Formed more than 80 million years ago, Monument Rocks are chalk formations that soar 70 feet into the air.
Combining the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and Cheyenne Bottoms, the Wetlands offer a protected stop for shorebirds during their migratory flights.
The Kansas Underground Salt Museum wows visitors with three enormous underground salt mines and historical exhibits.
The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve encompasses more than 11,000 acres and protects the Tallgrass Prairie bison herd.