CENTRAL PRAIRIE 96 Kansas Official Travel Guide TravelKS.com CONTACT INDIVIDUAL BUSINESSES FOR INFORMATION ON ADA COMPLIANCE. Newly constructed in 2013, this 26,888-sq.-ft. facility includes favorites from the former museum, giant sloth skeleton and new exhibits. Also an art gallery. MCPHERSON OPERA HOUSE 219 S. Main, PO Box 333, (620) 241-1952 mcphersonoperahouse.org Built in 1888 for live performances. On the National Register of Historic Places. A multiuse center for arts, culture and live entertainment. Tours available. MCPHERSON WATER PARK 511 W. Lakeside Dr., PO Box 1066, (620) 245-2578 mcphersonwaterpark.com Family friendly fun with zero- entry pool, lazy river, water slide and spray area. Dont forget the snack bar and shade area or exercise lanes in the 50-meter pool. TURKEY CREEK GOLF COURSE 1000 Fox Run, (620) 241-8530 golfturkeycreek.com Turkey Creek is a public 18- hole course open year-round. Designed by Phil Smith with a course rating of 71.3, it has more than the usual water and tree hazards. MEDICINE LODGE CARRY A. NATION HOME STOCKADE MUSEUM 211 W. Fowler, Hwy. 160, (620) 886-3553 Carry A. Nation Homea National Historic Siteand Stockade Museum, a replica of 1873 stockade, historic artifacts and dinosaur bones. MINNEAPOLIS GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MUSEUM EXHIBIT 110 S. Concord St., (785) 392-3621 ottawacountyksmuseum.com Ofcial Boyhood Home of the agricultural scientist, George Washington Carver, 18801884. Visit the premier George W. Carver display. OTTAWA COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 110 S. Concord St., (785) 392-3621 ottawacountyksmuseum.com Pioneer, Native American, military, Silvisaurus condrayi dinosaur, George Washington Carver exhibit, Lewis and Clark, baseballs, 1917 Fordson tractor, old jail. ROCK CITY PARK 1051 Ivy Rd., (785) 392-2092 minneapoliskansas.org Geological wonder unique in the world. 200 huge sandstone concretions. Picnic tables, nature trails, gift shop 9am5pm. 3.6 miles SW of Minneapolis. MULVANE KANSAS STAR CASINO 777 Kansas Star Dr., (316) 719-5000 kansasstarcasino.com Kansas Star Casino, hotel and arena, located off I-35 at exit 33, features more than 1,845 slots, 55 table games, including a live poker room, and 5 restaurants. NEWTON CARRIAGE FACTORY ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM 128 E. 6th St., (316) 284-2749 carriagefactoryartgallery.com On National Register of Historic Places, art gallery in former carriage factory and blacksmith shop. Kansas landscapes and other art for sale, gift shop, park. HARVEY COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES 203 N. Main, (316) 283-2221 hchm.org Exhibits and activities about people of Harvey County. Archival research center and photo archives open to the public. Visit our website or nd us on Facebook! THE KANSAS SPORTS HALL OF FAME MUSEUM 601 SE 36th, Ste. 123, I-135 exit 28, (316) 804-4686 kshof.org Highlights history of sports in Kansas with exhibits, displays, artifacts and photos of high school and college sports, plus Kansans at the professional level. WARKENTIN HOUSE 211 E. 1st St., (316) 283-3113 Home of Bernhard and Wilhelmina Warkentin, built in 188687. Now a Victorian house museum with 80% original furnishings. On National Register of Historic Places. NORTH NEWTON KAUFFMAN MUSEUM 2801 N. Main St., (316) 283-1612 bethelks.edu/kauffman Award-winning exhibits, Mennonite history, immigrant furniture, tallgrass prairie reconstruction and historic farmstead. Unique museum store. Groups welcome. PAWNEE ROCK ROSEWOOD RANCH AND WINERY 1171 SW 20 Rd., (620) 786-1693 rosewoodservices.com Nestled in the rolling plains just west of Great Bend is the Rosewood Ranch and Winery. Champion stallion service, therapeutic riding and a selection of wines. PRATT B-29 ALL VETERANS MEMORIAL N. Hwy. 281, (620) 672-1944 Memorial honoring all who served our country in the military, including prisoners of war, missing in action and civilians in all conicts. BLYTHE FAMILY FITNESS 209 W. 5th St., (620) 672-1055 blythefamilytness.org This modern facility offers programs for all ages, including strength/cardio equipment and indoor courts for basketball, volleyball, racquetball and tennis. GREEN SPORTS COMPLEX 2010 E. 6th, (620) 672-3261 greensportscomplex.com This 4-diamond complex plays host to many local, regional and state baseball/softball tournaments. Its special features include video streaming of each eld. KDWPT EDUCATION CENTER, WILDLIFE MUSEUM, AQUARIUMS AND FISH HATCHERY 531 SE 25th Ave., (620) 672-0776 kdwp.state.ks.us Showcase for outdoor Kansas! This 100-year-old building contains displays, dioramas, aquariums and exhibits, providing close encounters with Kansas wildlife. PRATT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 208 S. Ninnescah, (620) 672-7874 This 24,000-sq.-ft. museum features a rich collection of Pratt County history, including an old- time Main Street plus numerous other galleries. REPUBLIC PAWNEE INDIAN MUSEUM STATE HISTORIC SITE 480 Pawnee Trail, (785) 361-2255 kshs.org/pawnee_indian This museum was the site of a late 1700s Pawnee village. The museums centerpiece is the excavated oor of a large Pawnee earth lodge and rare sacred bundle. SALINA GREAT LIFE GOLF FITNESS SALINA 1800 S. Marymount, (785) 827-8585 greatlifegolf.com Enjoy the 18-hole golf course, driving range, fully equipped tness center with steam rooms/ saunas, outdoor swimming pool. Reciprocal memberships. KENWOOD COVE 701 W. Kenwood Park Dr., (785) 309-5765 kenwoodcove.com Dive in for water fun daily, late May through mid-Aug. Wave pool, 1,400 feet of slides, lazy river, lap pool, kid area, concessions. See website for events. ROLLING HILLS ZOO 625 N. Hedville Rd., (785) 827-9488 rollinghillswildlife.com Something unexpected at every turn. Get up-close-and-personal with more than 350 animals in the zoo, and immerse yourself in the mysteries of the wildlife museum. SALINA ART CENTER 242 S. Santa Fe, (785) 827-1431 salinaartcenter.org Creating exchanges among art, artists and audiences that reveal life. Exhibitions, education, artists-in-residence and independent lms at the cinema. SALINA COMMUNITY THEATRE 303 E. Iron Ave., PO Box 2305, (785) 827-6126 salinatheatre.com Award-winning Salina Community Theatre presents musicals, comedy and drama for adults and young people year-round. Group discounts; bus parking. SCULPTURETOUR SALINA 120 W. Ash, Downtown Salina, (785) 827-9301 sculpturetoursalina.com This walking tour of 20+ sculptures downtown adds to Salinas strong arts vibe. Exhibit changes annually; opens in May. Vote for your favorite! SMOKY HILL MUSEUM 211 W. Iron Ave., (785) 309-5776 smokyhillmuseum.org Free, nationally accredited history museum tells the story of the Smoky Hills through permanent and changing exhibits. Full-size sod dugout, great museum store.