Topeka / Capital City KOA

1949 SW 49th

Topeka, KS 66609

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Local Area Attractions

 

Capital City of Kansas

Visit the State Capitol, area museums, historical attractions, art galleries, performing art centers, outdoor attractions, dining, nightlife, sports and recreation venues. www.visittopeka.org

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Kansas State Capitol

Learn the story of Kansas history, through murals and sculptures located inside and on the Capitol grounds. Climb to the top of the Capitol Dome. www.kshs.org/index.htm

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Brown v. Board of Education National Historical Site and Museum

Learn the role this Supreme Court Decision played in the Civil Rights Movement. www.nps.gov/brvb

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Kansas Museum of History

Visit award winning exhibits showcasing Kansas. Exhibits include information on Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Locomotive, Cheyenne Tipi, 1950s Dinner, plus much more. www.kshs.org/places/museum.htm

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Combat Air Museum

See a collection of over 30 US and foreign aircraft, along with a wide variety of military aviation artifacts from WW1 to present day. www.combatairmuseum.org

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Old Prairie Town

Log cabins, one room school house, Victorian home, general store, livery stable, and 1880s church. This is the host of many annual festivals. www.topeka.org/parksrec

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The Great Overland Station

Refurbished Union Pacific Station is now a museum / education center. This station showcases Topeka's railroad heritage, through photographs, costumed docents, and interactive displays. www.greatoverlandstation.com

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Topeka Harley Davidson and Museum

See over 30 different rare Harley Davidsons. You can shop for new and used motorcycles, parts and motorclothes. Stop in for lunch at Henry's Grill, located inside. www.topekaharley.com

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Topeka Antique Shops

The Topeka Antique Dealers Association invites you to visit their many diverse shops. www.antiquesoftopeka.org

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Heartland Park Raceway

The Heartland Park Raceway is home to dragstrip, roadcourse and dirt track racing. Over 275 events scheduled. www.hpt.com

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Topeka Zoological Park

Nearly 400 animals from around the world. Major exhibits include, Black Bear woods, Tropical Rainforest, Discovering Apes, Lions Pride, and Children's Petting Zoo. www.fotz.org

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Gage Park

The 160 acre park is home to the Topeka Zoo, Reinisch Rose Garden, Helen Hocker Theatre, Mini Train, Carousel, and many recreational facilities. www.topeka.org

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Ravenwood Hunting Lodge

The finest of accommodations, championship sporting clays, world class hunting. www.ravenwoodoutdoors.com

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Alice C. Sabatini Gallery

This gallery is home to Topeka's oldest public art collection. It includes modern and classic paintings sculptures and photographs. www.seniorsleague.org

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Mulvane Art Museum

This museum is located on the Washbun University Campus. The collection includes paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and decorative arts. Emphasis is on Kansas and Midwest Artist. www.washburn.edu/mulvane

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Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy

The theatre offers dinner and non-dinner performances of community theatre. The Academy offers classes for students of all ages. www.topekacivictheatre.com

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Topeka Preforming Arts Center

Host a wide array of events, from touring Broadway Shows, Comedians, headlining musical groups, and local ballets.

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Prairie Band Casino

The casino is 15 minutes north of Topeka. Over 1,000 slots and 30 tables. Dinning and Bar area. www.pbpgaming.com

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