The Big Well is one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because the construction of it was an engineering marvel in its day and it is the world’s largest hand-dug well! (Photo courtesy of Big Well Museum)
Cheyenne Bottoms/Quivira National Wildlife Refuge
Stafford County, Kansas
As a duo entry, the Kansas Wetlands Complex of Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge are one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because of their vital and international importance as a migratory stop for North American shorebirds!
Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum is one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because it tells of the remarkable lifetime achievements of Dwight D. Eisenhower, five-star General and President of the United States!
Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center
The Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center is one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because it has one of the most significant collections of U.S. and Russian space artifacts in the world!
Kansas Underground Salt Museum
The Kansas Underground Salt Museum is one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because it showcases the natural treasure, salt, that exists hundreds of feet below the Kansas plains!
Monument Rocks & Castle Rock
Gove County, Kansas
Monument Rocks and Castle Rock are an 8 Wonder of Kansas as a duo entry because of the scientifically significant fossils these ancient chalk beds have produced and because they have been highly eroded into unusual spires and shapes, making them spectacular landmarks on the plains of western Kansas!
St. Fidelis Catholic Church
St. Fidelis Church is one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because of the architectural grandeur and the impressive craftsmanship achieved by the Volga German pioneers!
Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve & the Flint Hills
Chase County, Kansas
The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas because it represents the last significant example of the tallgrass prairie in North America!