Travel the scenic byways to view the natural beauty of Kansas. See grand Victorian homes in the northeast, red rock canyons in south-central Kansas, American Bison, wildflowers, and limestone rocks. In western Kansas, multilayer chalk formations were formed by wind and water to create unusual white towers known as Monument Rocks.
Get a taste of the Wild West by visiting cattle towns famous for cattle drives and cowboy shootouts. Old fashioned barber shops, ice cream parlors, and drive in movie theatres await you in these old-fashioned towns. Kansas is home to the largest tallgrass prairie in North America, which gives visitors a glimpse of what the United States looked like 200 years ago. Ranchers still drive cattle across this land, which stretches from Nebraska to Oklahoma.
If you are looking for other sights, you can visit the world's largest ball of twine in Cawker City and the world's largest outdoor swimming pool in Garden City. Kansas is also home to many museums that celebrate the pioneer spirit, aviation, and farming.