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Wichita, KS 67214
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Things To Do in Wichita, KS

The Cotillion The Cotillion

The Cotillion is synonymous with great live music and performances by today's best rock, country, and alternative groups. Anybody who's anybody out on tour right now will more than likely have a gig booked at the Cotillion. A superb sound system, seating arrangements that can accommodate up to 2,000 people, as well as accommodations available for private parties and weddings; it's no wonder that the Cotillion is celebrating its 50th year as one of Wichita's essential entertainment and nightlife hubs.

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Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Kansas Sports Hall of Fame

There's nothing quite like the spirit of healthy competition, and that tradition of playing and playing hard is celebrated at the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. The stories of these exceptional athletes are all presented in various exhibits and attractions that highlight both their personal and professional struggles, and that makes their accomplishments in their chosen sport all the more significant. State records, updates on the current activities of inductees and much more await you at this special collection that will equally entertain devoted and casual sports fans alike.

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Keeper of the Plains Keeper of the Plains

While exploring the city, be sure to take time out to visit a true symbol of Wichita. You'll find the Keeper of the Plains monument in the heart of the city, where the Arkansas and Little Arkansas rivers meet. The statue was erected in 1974 to commemorate the United States Bicentennial.

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Orpheum Theatre Orpheum 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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