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Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers

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1050 SW Wanamaker Rd
Topeka, KS 66604
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Premier Businesses in Topeka, KS

Glory Days Pizza
  • • Preparing Topeka's Best Pizza Since 1985
  • • Specialty Pizza
  • • New York Style
(785) 271-5151
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Hanover Pancake House
  • • All Of Your Breakfast Favorites
  • • Sandwiches & Salads
  • • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
(785) 232-1111
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Blind Tiger Brewery & Restaurant
  • • Fresh Hand Cut Steaks
  • • Handcrafted Brews & BBQ
  • • Seafood & Chops
(785) 267-2739
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Things To Do in Topeka, KS

Great Overland Station Great Overland Station

Rewind the years and travel back to a time when Topeka was a place where iron horses, pioneers, Kaw Indians and Buffalo Bill were all part of life in what was then a rapidly developing area. One of the prime factors in the growth of Topeka is the famed Underground Railroad, and when you visit the Great Overland Station, you can learn about its history and influence, as well as all of the other aspects of life during that economically and historically progressive period of time. Topeka's rich heritage awaits you at Great Overland Station.

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The Curtis House Museum The Curtis House Museum

Topeka's history is full of surprises. One of the most noteworthy is the fact that a native of the city, Charles Curtis, was the first Native American to serve as Vice President during the Herbert Hoover administration. Get a more detailed look at Curtis' life and work when you visit the Charles Curtis House Museum. The finely preserved details of the furnishings and personal items on display all go to help tell the story of Curtis' life as well as his significant contribution to American political history.

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Shunga Trail Shunga Trail

Topeka’s Shunga Trail is one of the city's most popular sites for recreational fun. This trail is ideal for walking, jogging, skating, and biking. It runs from the northeast corner of Topeka to the southwest corner. The majority of the trail runs through city parks, which makes it accessible to even more recreational opportunities for the whole family.

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