Here's what you can do in Kansas
Kansas State Capitol: Topeka has served as the capital of Kansas since the territory became a state in 1861.
Kansas State Capitol interior: This is one of the few capitols in the United States that continues to offer tours that go to the top of the dome.
Wichita: The largest city in Kansas, Wichita began as a trading post on the Chisholm Trail in the 1860s.
Botanica, The Wichita Gardens: One of Wichita's most popular visitor attractions—and certainly its most fragrant—is Botanica.
Sedgwick County Zoo: Among the over 3,000 animals of nearly 400 species resident at Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita are several lions.
Mid-America All-Indian Center: Anyone interested in Native American culture will be richly rewarded at Wichita's Mid-America All-Indian Center.
Museum of World Treasures: Prehistory is very much the theme at the Museum of World Treasures in Wichita.
Old Cowtown Museum: Mentioned earlier as the nickname of Wild West-era Wichita, Cowtown has been recreated as an open-air history museum.
Exploration Place: Overlooking the Arkansas River, Exploration Place is another fascinating Wichita museum, this one all about science.
Wichita Art Museum: This handsome portrait called 'Mr. James Otis' was painted by New England artist John Singleton Copley (1738–1815) in 1760.