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 1620 East 2nd Street , Newton, KS, US, 67114

  • Phone: (316) 283-7611
  • Fax: (316) 283-1140
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Attractions

»Mennonite Settler Statue

Located in the gazebo area of Athletic Park, the 17-foot, limestone Mennonite Settler Statue was erected in 1942, to honor the contributions of Mennonite wheat farmers in the Newton area.

700 West 1st Street
Newton, Kansas 67114

»Harvey County East Park

Harvey County East Park features a 314-acre lake, horse trail, nature trail, an enclosed shelter with air conditioning and open shelters. Visitors enjoy such activities as fishing, boating, skiing, and camping.

314 North East Lake Road
Newton, Kansas 67114

»Warkentin House, The

Listed on the Kansas and National Registers of Historic Places, this 16-room Victorian house museum contains 80% of the original household furnishings.

211 East 1st Street
Newton, Kansas 67114

»Newton Station

Modeled after Shakespeare

414 North Main Street
Newton, Kansas 67114

»Old Mill Plaza

This historic flour mill houses several businesses and a fine restaurant.

301 North Main Street
Newton, Kansas 67114

»Sedgwick County Zoo

The Sedgwick County Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the state. A major tourist attraction, this zoo is home to more than 2500 animals of about 500 different species. Along with areas to view the animals, the site includes a children's play area, snack bars, boat rides, and trams. Between Penguin Cove, the Tiger Trek, and the Downing Gorilla Forest, there's enough to see that you'll want to spend a whole day here. 

5555 West Zoo Boulevard
Wichita, KS 67212

»Let's Paint

A locally owned and operated art center providing fun and entertainment to the Wichita area.

2110 North Maize Road, Suite 500
Wichita, Kansas 67212

»Sedgwick County Park

Featuring several lakes where you can fish, Sedgwick County State Park is a must-visit for fishing aficionados. Even if fishing isn't your thing, there's plenty to do for the whole family. Hike or bike along a trail, taking in the sights of wildlife. If you're into sports, head to the softball field or basketball court for a game. In the winter, the sledding hill is tons of fun!

6501 West 21st Street North
Wichita, KS 67205

»Kansas Wildlife Exhibit

The Kansas Wildlife Exhibit contains over 25 different species of native mammals, reptiles and birds in eight cages which have a modern, naturalistic design that ensures the health and comfort of the animals.

700 Nims
Wichita, Kansas 67203

»Botanica, The Wichita Gardens

Opened in 1987, these gardens were a collaboration between the Wichita Area Garden Council and the City of Wichita. They include an aquatic collection, butterfly garden, a butterfly house, greenhouse for tropical plants, a rock garden, a rose garden,  a sensory garden, a Shakespearean garden, and more. They opened a children's garden in 2011 that features several themed areas for kids.

701 Amidon Street
Wichita, KS 67203

»Wichita Art Museum

The Wichita Art Museum is one of the largest art museums in all of Kansas. Established in 1935, it has a sterling collection of American art. The art collection of approximately 7,000 works spanning over three centuries includes sculptures, paintings, and decorative arts. It boasts works by illustrious artists like Mary Cassat, Winslow Homer, and many more. Established in 1935, the museum has a unique area known as The Living Room where visitors can try their hand at creating their own art. The museum also features a cafe and a store where gift items made by local artists are available. 

1400 West Museum Boulevard
Wichita, KS 67203

»Old Cowtown Museum

Feel like you've traveled back in time at this museum, where costumed actors recreate the lifestyle of a cattle town from the 1870s. This sprawling museum is designed as a working town complete with residential houses, an industrial area, a farm and various other elements that comprised a town back in the day. Well thought-out re-enactments of scenes from daily life make this an interesting attraction for kids as well as adults. The Hunter Area, Drovers Camp, DeVore Farm and the Industrial Area are some of the prominent living exhibits of the museum. In addition to this, the Empire Hall showcases an extensive collection of historical artifacts. The gift shop on site has unique souvenirs and tours are available. 

1865 West Museum Boulevard
Wichita, KS 67203
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