Cheer on the WSU Shockers or tour the 330-acre campus at this renowned university in the heart of Wichita.
As the second largest arena in Kansas you're sure to find something to see at this 15,000 seat venue including the Wichita Thunder hockey team, bull riding, WWE, and NBA basketball.
Visit this collection of themed gardens, including a butterfly house, or check out their special events and educational opportunities.
Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center
Enjoy a variety of shows, exhibitions, and plays at this unique performing arts and convention center.
Shop 'til you drop at a wide range of boutiques and stores, or dine at any of downtown Wichita's hip restaurants.
Sedgwick County Park and Zoo
Enjoy this public park featuring BBQ grills, basketball courts, bike trails, fishing, and the Sedgwick County Zoo.
The Exploration Place Science Center
Discover local history while getting hands-on with science.
Wichita Art Museum
As the largest museum in Kansas you can explore a permanent collection of art that includes more than 6,000 pieces.
This venue hosts everything from concerts, to corporate events, wedding receptions, and trade shows. Built in 1960, the space is known for its unique dome ceiling and neon lit stage.
Tanganyika Wildlife Park
The TWP zoo is the only one if its kind in the state, earning the Humane Certified certification mark for the care and welfare of its animals.
Kansas Music Educators Association
The KMEA is an organization of teachers advocating for music education in the Kansas community.
Wichita Chamber of Commerce
The chamber supports over 1,800 local businesses and their employees in the Wichita community.
Bel Aire Chamber of Commerce
This chamber has been linking community and business in the Bel Aire area since 2008.
Wichita's professional indoor football team joined the Champions Indoor Football league in 2014, and play their home games at Intrust Bank Arena.
Catch a minor league hockey game this winter at Intrust Bank Arena.
Old Cowtown Museum
Explore one of the largest open-air history museums in the U.S. featuring a period farm, 23 acres of land, and location next to the Arkansas River.
Museum of World Treasures
This museum holds artifacts gathered from across the world including a section of the Berlin Wall, dinosaur fossils, and signatures of all the American presidents.
Great Plains Nature Center
Learn about the environment of the Great Plains at this educational facility.