10. Fort Scott National Historic Site: Constructed in 1842, played a significant role in the U.S. Civil War and Bleeding Kansas.
9. Oz Museum: In Wamego, along the Kansas River, dedicated to all things Wizard of Oz.
8. Monument Rocks: Some rock formations, like Charlie the Dog and Eye of the Needle, are over 70 feet tall.
7. Cosmosphere: The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center in Hutchinson.
6. Lindsborg: Known as Little Sweden, settled by Swedish immigrants.
5. Dodge City: Fort Dodge, gunfight reenactments, and the Boot Hill Museum showcase the city's history.
4. Eisenhower Presidential Library: Located in Abilene, this library is connected to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Museum and his boyhood home.
3. Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve: Features hiking trails, historic buildings, and a reintroduced herd of bison.
2. Lawrence: A city with a youthful, progressive population due to the University of Kansas.
1. Wichita: The largest city in Kansas, known as the Air Capital of the World.