Coleman's Flatwork

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1822 E 21st St N
Wichita, KS 67211
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Things To Do in Wichita, KS

CosmosphereCosmosphere

The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center allows visitors of all ages to journey from the earth to the moon. Aside from viewing actual spacecraft that make up the multidimensional exhibits and attractions, you can see rocket demonstrations as well as out-of-this-world features in the IMAX theater. Some of the most influential and pioneering figures are spotlighted in the Hall of Space Museum and other astronomically-themed displays. Don't forget to stop by the gift shop to purchase your very own astronaut costume!

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Tallgrass Film FestivalTallgrass Film Festival

The Tallgrass Film Festival may be the launching pad for the next Steven Spielberg! To find out about all the great film-making talent in the area, make sure you head for this festival held the third week in October at various locations in downtown Wichita. This is the ninth annual festival, and it has built a solid tradition of allowing you to screen the best foreign, independent, short, retrospective and premiering films. Grab some popcorn, take a seat, and enjoy!

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Douglas Avenue SculpturesDouglas Avenue Sculptures

Take a stroll down Douglas Avenue, between Main & Topeka and look at the 31 bronze sculptures that line the way. These statues were created by artist Georgia Gerber and placed along the avenue in the late 1990s. On your walk, detour just two blocks over to Naftzger Memorial Park and check out the Carrie A. Nation Fountain. The fountain is settled among flowers and shrubs, serving as a beautiful ornament for this Wichita park. We couldn't keep these delights a secret for long.

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Orpheum TheatreOrpheum Theatre

Instead of heading to the cold and impersonal metroplex to catch a new movie, add a touch of vintage class to your romantic evening with your sweetie by checking out a play, a movie or a concert at the Orpheum Theatre. It opened in 1922, and since then, the structure has not only brought entertainment to several generations of audiences, but the building itself has become somewhat of a star in its own right. The 1,300 seat venue is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is roundly considered to be a vital part of Wichita's cultural and architectural heritage.

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