Sleep Inn & Suites
651 E. 71st St. South
Haysville, KS 67060
Phone: (316) 425-6077
Fax: (316) 425-7016
651 E. 71st St. South, Haysville, KS, US, 67060
- Phone: (316) 425-6077
- Fax: (316) 425-7016
This unique theater takes you back in time to an era where drive-ins ruled the country. At Starlite Drive-In, you can enjoy the latest Hollywood blockbusters from the comfort of your own car. They usually offer a good selection of kids' movies, making this a great spot for a family outing. Add some snacks and soda into the mix and you've got a great night ahead of you.
At 14 miles (22 kilometers) in length, the Arkansas River Trail is one of the longest and most popular paths in Wichita. Walk or bike along the Arkansas River, taking in the great outdoors. Along the path, not only will you see plants and wildlife, but you'll come across major attractions in the city, like stadiums and museums.
The Kansas Aviation Museum provides a detailed, interesting information about Kansas aviation. You can stroll through and look at 40 aircrafts and engines or browse through the archive containing books, photographs and other artifacts and documents associated with aviation.
With a seating capacity of 15,000, Intrust Bank Arena is one of the largest entertainment venues in Wichita. Concerts tend to be big name acts like James Taylor, and Motley Crue. You can also catch a collegiate sports game from time to time. It's a great place to go for a day of family fun when the Ringling Bros. Circus is in town. There's also plenty of space for meetings and corporate events here.
Wichita Public Library's central location is normally open Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., until 5:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sundays. Other library locations can be found at 3447 South Meridian, 3051 East 21st Street, 2244 North Rock Road inside Dillons Market, 2601 North Arkansas, 1901 South Kansas inside Linwood Recreation Center, 4808 West 9th inside Orchard Park Recreation Center, 2820 South Roosevelt, and 5939 East 9th.
Old Town Wichita is one of the cultural centers of the city. This historic area is now lined with restaurants, shopping, nightlife destinations, museums, and more. There are plenty of great hotels around for visitors passing through town, and it has become a luxurious area to live in. If you're looking to get a feel for the city, Old Town Wichita is not to be missed.
Established in 2001 by Lorna and Dr. John Kardatzke, the Museum of World Treasures is a non-profit organization, associated with American Alliance of Museums. It is known as one of the best global historical museums in Kansas. Take a trip to the three-story gallery, displaying realistic dinosaur models, ancient civilizations, Egyptian mummies, wars, prominent figures, and more. The Museum of World Treasures also hosts private events and meetings. What better place to host your theme wedding or birthday party?
Enjoy a great meal and a world-class performance at Crown Uptown Theatre. This historic building was originally a vaudeville theater, and some of the elements of the antique design still remain. The performances range from Broadway-style musicals to comedies. You'll be able to choose between two entrees and three sides, all prepared fresh and with quality ingredients.
The mission at Exploration Place is to make learning about science fun and interesting for kids and adults alike. Exhibits are creative and interactive, like the Big Mouth, where you can walk up to a huge, anatomically correct replica of the human mouth and learn about teeth, gums, and good oral hygiene. There's plenty of rental space available here for meetings or a special event. In fact, kids love birthday parties here!
At the meeting point of the Big and Little Arkansas rivers is a weathered steel statue by American Indian sculptor, Blackbear Bosin. The Keeper of the Plains was installed in 1974 to celebrate the nation's bicentennial. Standing tall at 44 feet (13.41 meters), it is set on a huge headland and is considered a sacred site by the Native American tribes. Encircling it is a plaza with many displays, describing the lives of local American Indians who dwelt here. There are walking bridges to access the area. Fire drums on bluffs at the foot of the sculpture light almost every night, giving a dramatic effect to its surroundings.
The Allen-Lambe House was built in 1915 by the celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright and was one of the last Prairie style houses he designed. Originally designed for statesman Henry J. Allen and his wife, it was later sold to the Allen-Lambe House Foundation. The building is now a museum that conducts tours for visitors. Some of the best examples of Prairie style of architecture as well as Frank Lloyd's own distinct style of interior design can be see in this house. By his own admission, it was one of the best houses he designed. Check the website for more information about the tour.
Established in 1972, the Mid-America All-Indian Center is a cultural center which aims to spread awareness and preserve the culture and heritage of American Indians. Born out of cultural differences and conflicts between the Indian and non-Indian Americans, the facility houses a museum, a Gallery of Nations in which special events are held and also a gift shop. The facility can be rented out for events. The center holds a host of Pow Wows in which Native and non-Native Americans come together to socialize. With cultural events spread throughout the year, the Mid-America All India Center has it's sights firmly set to effectively promote the Native American culture.