Monthly Archives: April 2012
Located at the junction of Interstate 70 and K-232 highways in central Kansas, is a showcase for the exceptional work of Kansas artists, craftsmen and food producers. Thousands of people visit Kansas Originals each year. People from 100 foreign countries on six continents have become acquainted with the art, crafts, and food of Kansans. If you’re in the area your in for a treat. If not then browse their online store – too many unique items to try and describe.
Click on the Kansas Originals Market banner above the Wilson, KS city name. You can’t miss it.
In the Boyce Thompson Arboretum’s 323 acre park there are more than two miles of winding paths and shaded trails for visitors to explore. At one time Arizona newspaper reader polls voted BTA the “best day trip” in Arizona.
Welcome to the School of Earth and Space Exploration Planetarium at ASU
Surviving a day in old Tombstone Arizona was a victory as its famous Boot Hill Cemetery overflowed with those shot during poker games, killed in drunken-induced gunfights and even hung for simply becoming a public nuisance.
Opened in 1987, Troll Stroll has become one of Nebraska’s most unique and charming tourism attractions. A one-of-a-kind nature walk, found nowhere but in the Midwest.