6213 SW 10th Street
Topeka, KS 66615
Phone: (785) 246-6777
Fax: (785) 246-6776
6213 SW 10th Street, Topeka, KS, US, 66615
- Phone: (785) 246-6777
- Fax: (785) 246-6776
Northeast Kansas' favorite family fun center: go-carts, mini golf, batting cages, driving range, par/3 golf and game room.
Reinisch Rose Garden & Doran Rock Garden is a picturesque space within Topeka's Gage Park. Horticulturist and landscape architect E. F. A. Reinisch pioneered the establishment of the rose garden and thus it is named after him. Founded in 1930, Reinisch Rose Garden houses more than 350 varieties of roses and over 6000 species of plants. Doran Rock Garden is noted for its Tulip blooms in April. The gardens can be rented out for private events, making it a beautiful place to host a wedding or a celebration.
This renovated French-style Governor's residence is located on a 244-acre estate with several ponds, gardens and hiking trails, overlooking the Kansas River.
The first indoor tropical rain forest in the United States is in Topeka Zoo which attracts several visitors all year round. The zoo has areas dedicated to different animals like the bears, birds of prey, jungle cats, water birds, exotic birds, elephants, giraffes, hippos and primates. It also has a Children zoo which has farm and domestic animals.
Wander amidst 2 1/2 acres of beautiful roses (6,500 bushes), roam Doran Rock Garden, and gaze into the reflecting pool. Blooming season May-Oct.
Enjoy a mile-long train ride through scenic Gage Park and then go round on an authentically restored 1908 carousel.
Wander amidst 2-1/2 acres of beautiful roses, or roam Doran Rock Garden and gaze into the reflecting pool. Blooming season is May - October.
A 30-acre oasis home to over 300 animals from around the world. Tropical Rain Forest, children's zoo and more.
The scenic campus serves as a community-based center for cultural, recreational, educational, and athletic events.
400,000 books, art gallery, genealogical resources, special events, and more for all ages.
View the historic home of Charles Curtis, vice-president of the United States, who served under Herbert Hoover.
Part of the Ward's original cabin, which the family lived in until the 1870's, is incorporated in the reconstructed cabin located in the park. It is open for tours. The two-story limestone and brick Prairie home, the Mansion, was home to various members of the family until 1961. The Ward-Meade house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other features of the property include 2.5 acres of botanical gardens with more than 500 varieties of flowers, shrubs and trees, the Mulvane General Store, an old-fashioned mercantile that serves as a museum gift shop and visitors center; and Potwin Drug Store where visitors can order a soda fountain treat and shop for vintage-era candy. A special feature of the gardens is Anna's Place, a Victorian reading garden. Kansas items, old-fashioned toys, souvenirs, and unique gifts are available at the Mulvane General Store. The Drug Store and General Store are open Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.