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Wyndham Garden Wichita Downtown

  • 221 East Kellogg Street
  • Wichita, KS 67202-3917 US
  • 1-316-269-2090
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Things To Do Near Wyndham Garden Wichita Hotel

The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this hotel in Wichita, Kansas:


Arts & Cultural

Great Plains Transportation Museum
Located in the Old Town section of Wichita, visitors to this charming site can marvel over 13 antique railroad locomotives as well as visit a one-room museum that contains assorted memorabilia which presents the history of the railroad in Kansas.

Kansas Aviation Museum
With an integral role in sharing the very important part that Wichita and Kansas have both played in aviation history, the Museum features many display aircraft including the B-47 Stratojet, B-52 Stratofortress, Boeing 727 and 737-200, the Learjet 23 and dozens more.

Museum of World Treasures
Discover over 3,000 unique finds at this popular Wichita world history museum, from Tyrannosaurus specimens to Egyptian mummies to the Scarecrow's pitchfork from The Wizard of Oz.

Old Cowtown Museum
Located along the Arkansas River, this living museum focuses on life in Wichita during the last part of the 19th century and consists of over 60 historic and recreated buildings, over 12,000 artifacts and a number of live animals including Percheron horses.

Wichita Art Museum
As the second-largest art museum in Kansas with a collection of nearly 7,000 works, the museum's works span three centuries of painting, sculpture, decorative arts and an expanding glass collection.

Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum
Wichita's 1892 City Hall - listed on the National Register of Historic Places and known as the "Palace of the Plains" - is home to the Museum and pays homage to the local history of Wichita and Sedgwick County.


Points of Interest

Botanica, The Wichita Gardens
Botanical enthusiasts will not want to miss a trip to this 17.6 acre-haven, which includes an aquatic collection, butterfly garden, multiple types of flowers and their cultivars including peonies, pansies and junipers, as well as over 350 kinds of roses and more.

Century II Performing Arts and Convention Center
As the largest center for entertainment in Wichita, the center - known for its iconic round shape and distinctive blue roof - is home to four arts organizations, including the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, Music Theatre of Wichita, Wichita Grand Opera, and Music Theatre for Young People and hosts dozens of performances on an annual basis.

Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre
Those seeking Broadway-style musicals, comedies, and year-round professional dinner theatre will want to pay a visit to the newly restored Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre, with its delightful 1920's-era vaudeville theatre, exceptional dinner and magical atmosphere.

Exploration Place
Kansas' premier hands-on science center is located on a picturesque 20-acre site along the Arkansas River in Wichita's downtown Museums on the River District and features five hands-on exhibit areas focusing on flights, Kansas, medieval life, imaginative spaces for little ones and a special traveling exhibitions area.

Great Plains Nature Center
Set in the center of the 282-acre Chisholm Creek Park, visitors to the nature center can learn about the wildlife and plant species of the Great Plains Region, as well as see displays devoted to the streams, wetlands, lakes and woodlands of the area.

Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Also known as Cosmosphere, this Smithsonian-affiliated museum is one of only three museums to display flown spacecraft from Mercury, Gemini and Apollo missions.

Kansas Sports Hall of Fame/Wichita Boathouse
The Kansas Sports Museum is located at the Chisholm Trail Center and highlights the great history of sports in Kansas and the Sports Hall of Fame - located at the Wichita Boathouse - includes inductees from the state of Kansas including Walter Johnson, Garfield Weede and James Naismith, the inventor of basketball.

Mid-America All Indian Center
Dedicated to the history and culture of Native Americans, specifically focusing on the Plains Indians of the U.S. and Canada, this museum features works by Blackbear Bosin, Jerome Tiger and Woody Crumbo and hosts pow-wows and other interactive events.

Old Town Entertainment District
With over 100 businesses including restaurants, shops, clubs, theaters, galleries and museums - most of which are housed in restored brick warehouses dating back to the mid-1800's - this trendy neighborhood is a must-see while in Wichita.

Sedgwick County Zoo
The 18th largest zoo in the U.S. and the state's most popular tourist attraction is recognized both nationally and internationally for its support of conservation programs and breeding rare and endangered animals and features over 2.500 animals of nearly 500 different species.

Segdwick Park
Ideal for families and individuals alike, this park offers four lakes, fishing, geese and ducks to feed, four miles of paved pathways that are ideal for jogging, walking or cycling, and a wonderful spot to relax and enjoy some sunshine or people-watching.


Shopping

Historic Delano District
One of Wichita's oldest neighborhoods is now home to dozens of unique locally-owned shops, art galleries, restaurants and services and is well worth the visit.

NewMarket Square
For a more traditional shopping experience, NewMarket Square is Wichita's largest outdoor shopping center and home to over 150 popular national stores and local favorites, and several restaurants.


Sports & Entertainment

INTRUST Bank Arena
Home to the Wichita Thunder of the CHL, this 15,750-seat stadium also hosts a variety of events including concerts, basketball, bull riding, wrestling and more.

Lawrence-Dumont Stadium
Located in the Delano Neighborhood of Wichita, this stadium is home field of the Wichita Wingnuts, an independent baseball team and is also used for other events such as concerts.


What's Nearby - Corporate Locations

  • Airbus
  • Alternative Energy Solutions
  • Boeing Leisure
  • Cargill Incorporated
  • Carlson Systems
  • Caterpillar
  • Cessna
  • Chrysler AG
  • FedEx Corp
  • Fiat Spa
  • FlightSafety International
  • IBM
  • Illinois Tool Works
  • John Deere
  • Johnson Controls
  • Koch Industries
  • Kroger
  • Land O'Lakes Purina Feed
  • Lockheed Martin
  • PPG Industries
  • Raytheon
  • Siemens
  • Sears Holdings
  • Spirit AeroSystems
  • Spray Equipment
  • State Farm Insurance
  • Via Christi St. Francis Hospital
  • Wal Mart

What's Nearby - Colleges, Event Centers and Hospitals

  • Kansas Coliseum
  • Kansas State Fair
  • Kansas State University
  • McConnell AFB
  • Newman University
  • Wesley Medical Center
  • Wichita Convention Center
  • Wichita State University

Nearby Cities

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  • Valley Center, KS