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Interactive Map of Attractions
Trying to find the Capitol building? Heard about the Reinisch Rose Garden, but have no idea where it is? Dying to check out a hockey game? Our interactive map will help you locate Topeka's many attractions. - click here for details

Brown vs. Board of Education site
The site was designated to commemorate the landmark Supreme Court decision of May 17, 1954, at ending segregation in public schools. - click here for details

Carousel in the Park/Mini-Train
Topeka's newly restored carousel will turn any visit to Gage Park into something really special, or take the mile-long mini-train ride for a splendid view of the park complex. - click here for details

Cedar Crest
Take a tour of the governor's residence. - click here for details

Center for Historical Research
View one of the largest collections of research materials in the world. - click here for details

Combat Air Museum
Combat Air Museum displays operational aircraft from every armed conflict since powered aircraft have been involved. - click here for details

Curtis House
View this beautifully historic residence that was home to Charles Curtis. - click here for details

Gage Park
This 160-acre park is filled with activities and attractions. - click here for details

Heartland Orthodox Christian Museum
Discover the region's Greek, Russian, Serbian and Arab heritage at the Heartland Museum. - click here for details

Heartland Park Topeka
Heartland Park Topeka is the country's newest, state-of-the-art motorsports complex. - click here for details

Historic Lecompton
Stop in and view the Territorial Capitol-Lane Museum or the Constitutional Hall on your way into Topeka. - click here for details

Historic Ward-Meade Park
Catch a glimpse of Topeka living at the turn-of-the century. - click here for details

Kansas Judicial Center and Fountain of Justice
Take a glance at the 30-foot sculpture by Bernard Frazier, or the Fountains of Justice. - click here for details

Kansas Museum of History
Come take a journey of Kansas' past. - click here for details

Kansas National Guard Museum
Tours of artifacts from the Kansas Militia and National Guard. - click here for details

Kansas State Capitol
Visit the Capitol's magnificent structure, House of Representatives and Senate Chambers. - click here for details

Lake Shawnee Recreational Area
Many activities can be lived out at this man-made 411-acre lake. - click here for details

Mulvane Art Museum
Come see new exhibits that range from Missouri to the Continental Divide. - click here for details

Potwin Place
Take a scenic drive through brick streets of beautiful Victorian homes. - click here for details

Reinisch Rose Garden
Smell and see the 7,000 rose bushes in this garden. - click here for details

Thunder Hill Speedway
Saturday night is race night at Thunder Hill. - click here for details

Tiffany Windows at First Presbyterian Church
One of the few chuches in the nation to have its sanctuary decorated with Tiffany stained glass windows. - click here for details

Topeka Civic Theatre and Academy
Dine in and enjoy a show. - click here for details

Topeka Performing Arts Center
Topeka's newest facility showcasing performing arts. - click here for details

Topeka and Shawnee Public Library
An innovative design which includes a full-service cafe, a "gently-used" book store, business & investment and genealogy centers, and the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery. - click here for details

Topeka High School
Visit one of the city's most distinguished landmarks on a school day. - click here for details

Topeka Zoological Park
Walk through the Rain Forest, then take a stroll through the petting zoo. - click here for details

Washburn University
Enroll, enjoy some theatre, or watch basketball or football game. - click here for details

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