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Carhenge is a Stonehenge replica assembled from 38 discarded cars...
Right on the river confluence, this striking modern museum has no end of cool exhibits, including a tornado chamber where you can feel 75mph winds and a sublime erosion model where you can see water create a new litt...
The centerpiece of the Jefferson National Park Service property, the silvery, shimmering Gateway Arch is the Great Plains' own Eiffel Tower...
Thirty miles west of Bartlesville and just north of Pawhuska, some 2500 bison roam across 44,645 acres at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve the world's largest patch of protected tallgrass prairie...
This landmark center with its arresting design will be one of the premier Native American institutions in the world when it's completed. In the meantime, however, its construction has slowed due to state budget cuts.
This admired and architecturally imposing museum has a great collection of 19th- and 20th-century European and American art. There's also a good selection of Western-themed works plus an exciting sculpture garden.
The hilltop Will Rogers Memorial Museum , 30 miles northeast of Tulsa off Route 66, is an entertaining tribute to a man good for quotes like this: 'My ancestors didn't come over on the Mayflower, but they met the boa...
Get a feel for the tough lives led by early residents at the Museum of the Fur Trade which includes the restored sod-roofed Bordeaux Trading Post, which swapped pelts for guns, blankets and whiskey from 1837 to 1876.
The Eisenhower Center includes Ike's boyhood home, a museum and library, and his and Mamie's graves. Displays will help you put the Eisenhower era (1953-61) and its formative role for modern America in context.
Guarded by Wichita artist Blackbear Bosin's 44ft statue 'Keeper of the Plains,' this museum has exhibits of Native American art and artifacts, as well as a traditional Wichita-style grass lodge.
Oodles of bears big and small in this drive-through park live off the land and hope you'll do something forbidden like offering them a Big Mac, or your hand. The reserve is 8 miles south of Rapid City.
Housed in the former 'State Lunatic Asylum No 2, ' the Glore Psychiatric Museum gives a frightening and fascinating look at lobotomies, the 'bath of surprise' and other discredited treatments.
The phenomenal Grassroots Art Center has gathered works made of materials such as buttons, barbed wire, pull-tabs and strange machines by self-taught, self-motivated artists from around Kansas.
Calamity Jane (born Martha Canary; 1850–1903) and Hickok (1847–76) rest side by side up on Boot Hill at the very steep cemetery. Entertaining bus tours (adult/child $9/5) leave hourly from Main St.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the state's natural highlight. Bizarre rock formations, streaked with a rainbow of red, yellow, brown, black and silver minerals, are framed by green prairie.
With a complete T-Rex, Egyptian mummies, Wizard of Oz props, Abraham Lincoln's walking cane, military relics, a sports hall of fame and much more, this museum has something for everyone.
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