1020 Hostetler Drive
Manhattan, KS 66502
Phone: (785) 539-9449
Fax: (785) 539-9119
Kansas' second largest lake offering diverse recreation.
This walnut log cabin museum is eduational and interesting. Open April-October: Sun 2-5pm, or by appointment.
Trail information at Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The Nicholas Hall is a majestic Neo-Renaissance structure that resembles a castle from the outside. It holds the departments of science, dance, theater and military science of the Kansas State University. Also, it consists of a wrestling and basketball gymnasium, and two pools. Built in 1911, it features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Broadway musicals, plays, opera, jazz, and family attractions.
Genealogical public research library, 5000+ collection.
House museum features Manhattan founder-pioneer educator.
Manhattan's city zoo, Sunset zoo is one of the most sought after places to be at. Over 300 animals and 100 species make this place their comfortable homes and are taken care of following the zoo's motto "inspire conservation of the natural world". The zoo aims at spreading awareness through educational programs for the visitors in giving importance to the natural world around.
Campgrounds, trails, fishing, hunting, and RV areas are available at Tuttle Creek Lake.
Spread across 12 acres (4.86 hectares), Wamego City Park is considered to be among the top picnic spots in the state. It features a playground, swimming pools for kids and adults, an open-air pavilion, horseshoe pits, a fishing pond with a huge bridge, tennis courts, gardens and a bandstand. The Schonhoff Dutch Mill (Old Dutch Mill) dating back to 1866 is one of the most-loved attractions in the park. History lovers can walk through the Wamego Museum Complex and find historical buildings imported to the park from different places within the county. The museum also offers a glimpse of the city's chronology since its founding in 1866 through artifacts. Kids can hop in the train for a ride of the park from April through October. Check out the depot that is a shelter for old and new trains. The park is home to the annual Wamego Tulip Festival.
Early military life on frontier.
Exhibits at this site feature Territorial Kansas government and much more.