- TripBuzz found 13 things to do with kids in or near Hutchinson, Kansas.
- From Hutchinson Zoo to Skateland Family Fun Center, the Hutchinson area offers 27 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Bowling.
- Located on the Arkansas river is the city of Hutchinson. Known for it's salt mines, that are now partially used to house vaulted master copies of some of the worlds most popular films, the city draws the tourism community by hosting the annual Kansas State Fair. The city is also home to an underground salt museum and aerospace museum.
100% 5 votes
3900 S Hydraulic Street, Wichita, KS 67216 MoreLess Info
Featuring digital projectors, Landmark Starlite Drive-In Theatre offers double and triple feature movies for the latest films. Visitors can pull up in their car to designated parking spaces on a first come, first serve basis to watch the movie.
Consisting of three bronze statues, Jack Kilby Memorial honors the scientist who developed circuits. The memorial consists of a large sculpture of the engineer facing a life sized woman and child made of bronze.
A historic trail suitable for hiking, biking, or jogging, or simply strolling, Valkommen Trail is a scenic route past a number of memorable sites. It stretches 3.25 miles in length, and includes a refurbished railroad bridge.
74% 108 votes
3350 George Washington Blvd., Wichita, KS 67210 MoreLess Info
The Kansas Aviation Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of flight as well as Kansas Aviation. The museum houses over 20 different aircraft, ranging from 1920's planes to modern day airliners.
88% 8 votes
PO Box 1091; 85 South Highway 281, Great Bend, KS 67530 MoreLess Info
Featuring a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits, Barton County Historical Society Museum & Village is an outdoor museum with blacksmith shops, tractors, B-29 memorials, and more. These exhibits highlight the history of Native Americans, pioneers, and World War II.
The B-29 Memorial Plaza is located at Great Bend Municipal Airport and honors the memory of the B-29 Superfortress aircraft that was built in this area. Visitors can visit various exhibits detailing the design, development, and service of the aircraft.
A ministry and non-profit organization, Heartland Farm provides an array of educational opportunities. Visitors to the farm can enjoy unique animals such as alpacas along with lessons in farming and simple, organic living.
Located in an Art Deco building, Great Bend Community Theatre offers visitors a variety of performances, from adult comedies to family friendly plays. The theater hosts community events like art walks and coffee socials.