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Things To Do in Wichita, KS

Ulrich Museum of Art Ulrich Museum of Art

The Ulrich Museum of Art makes it easy to enjoy so many different exhibits and styles of expression that you will come back again and again for the compelling artwork. Seeing great works of art is a given at this museum, but your senses will really be treated when you attend an "Art for Your Ears" event; a concert series that features live performances by local and regional musicians. Other features of the Ulrich include special programs for all ages, as well as workshops and materials for teachers and other education professionals.

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River City Brewing Company River City Brewing Company

If you're looking for something completely different, you will most definitely find it at Loft 150. This unique nightlife venue for live music and specialty brews is in the heart of Old Town, boasting a location atop the River City Brewing Company, Wichita's oldest microbrewery still in operation. Loft 150 also has a reputation for being a fantastic outlet for great live music, and there is always a great band on stage every week.

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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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