Visit Kansas

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Kansas is a beautiful state located in the Midwestern United States. It is known for its rolling hills, lush prairies and sprawling wheat fields. Kansas has a vibrant culture, with great cities like Wichita and Topeka offering plenty of attractions to explore. The capital city of Topeka offers a wide range of exciting attractions including the Brown v Board of Education National Historic Site, which marks the historic 1954 Supreme Court decision that ended racial segregation in public schools. There's also Combat Air Museum honoring veterans from all wars and an Old Prairie Town museum celebrating pioneer life during Kansas' early days. Tourists can also visit Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark located near Oakley or take part in outdoor recreation such as hiking and biking at Cedar Bluff State Park near Scott City. An interesting historical fact about Kansas is that it was one of the first states to adopt Prohibition laws banning alcoholic beverages before it became a law nationally in 1919 under the 18th Amendment.