Although we call Kansas home, most of us haven’t discovered everything about our state, or about all of its individual cities. Personally, I love the Kansas and Wichita Visitor’s Guides. For one thing, the photography is beautiful.
From a more practical perspective, the guides open up new things to discover here in our home state, or remind of us places we haven’t been in years. Summer break might be a good time to show our kids their home state.
Here are just a few of the free travel guides available.
Request a copy of the Kansas Travel and Tourism guide or view it online. Plus, you can find more information about cities all across Kansas, or choose to take a Yellow Brick Road Trip that’s already planned and put together with coupons, checklists, and itineraries.
In addition to the guides, there was an article in The Wichita Eagle called Fun Kansas Things to do This Summer in the May 23, 2010 issue that highlighted some of our family favorites.