Explore KansasThe most marvelous part of a trip to Kansas is the variety you'll discover. This is a state known for frontier history, Wild West legends, and abundant hunting. You'll also see some of the nation's most diverse wildlife, nature trails, and geological finds; the richest store of aviation history, aircraft and artifacts; and the grandest agricultural sights in America.
An exciting website to visit when planning a trip to Kansas is explorekansas.org
View the 8 Wonders of Kansas in Art, Architecture, Commerce, Cuisine, Customs, Geography, History and People.
Listed below are several of these "treasures" you may find while staying at a Kansas Bed and Breakfast Association Member Inn:
Agri-Tourism: Land of PlentyExperience the unique charm in the rolling fields of open countryside recognized by the early settlers who found the dark fertile soil worth its weight in gold.
Aviation: Dreams of FlightKansas is the air capital of the world with aviation museums and events offering unforgettable sights as you explore the past, present, and future of aviation.
Cultural Arts: A Potpourri of Arts
Reflecting the boundless ethnic backgrounds in the styles of architecture, nationally recognized museums, galleries, music and theatre, and published literature of Kansans, today Kansas boasts a higher population of artists per capita than most states.
Hunting: A Sportsman's BonanzaThe most prolific quail and pheasant population anywhere, you also find wild turkey, deer, prairie chicken in abundance in the bountiful land of woodlands, free-flowing rivers, lakes, and grassy fields.
[photograph by Bob Gress]
Nature: Wild BeautyKansas's traditional terrain-prairie grasslands-are unrivaled anywhere else in the nation along with Cretaceous fossils and wetland areas.
You'll find prairies, lakes, rivers, and hills that hold wildlife, nature trails, and geological finds that are among the best in the world.
Western Frontier: The Heart of America's WestLegendary Kansas cow towns evolved with the huge cattle drives coming to meet the railroads in the late 1800’s, and today fascinating events, people and places bring the spirit of America's past to life for you.
Photograph by Jon Hardesty