Sleep Inn & Suites I-70 at Wanamaker
1024 SW Wanamaker Rd.
Topeka, KS 66604
Phone: (785) 228-2500
Fax: (785) 228-2555
The focus point of live music in the neighborhood, The Boobie Trap Bar is dedicated to contributing to the city's burgeoning music scene. A typical dive bar, one cannot expect the glamor and frills of an upscale bar or club here, but rather expect to really experience the city's night scene, with locals of varying age groups and backgrounds coming here for a reasonably priced drink or two. See the website to know more.
It was in 1871, that the Kansas Expocentre hosted its first event, since then, it is one of the most preferred venues in the city. This grandiose space comprises several halls and arenas. Be it exhibitions, conventions, corporate events, trade shows and other business related events, the center is equipped with all the requisite facilities. Besides this, it also stages concerts and sporting events like basketball matches. Check the website for technical specifications and up-coming events.
Topeka Performing Arts Center—a cultural hub of the city was built in 1880s to dedicate itself in making arts education accessible to all. It encourages students of performing arts through programs, diplomas and awards. Through the Schooltime Theater and Sheffel Theater Clinic, children are taught the critical aspects of acting, costuming, make-up, movement and technical staging. Visit here for some quality entertainment with performances in ballet and music by well-known artists like James Earl Jones, Anoushka Shankar, Jim Brickman and many more.
Bettis Family Sports Complex is a premier sports facility in the Midwest. It sprawls over 22 acres (8.9 hectares) along the bank of Lake Shawnee and features state-of-the-art amenities. Six artificial-turf baseball diamonds, a soccer field and several locker rooms are available for regional leagues and national tournaments. The Lake Shawnee Event Center can be rented out for conferences and cultural events. It is home to the Topeka Golden Giants and has hosted the NBC World Series.