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This museum has a very extensive and eclectic collection of artifacts from around the world and throughout  time.  You will find fossilized remains going back millions of years and presidential, sports and Hollywood  memorabilia from the last decade with everything in between.  Egyptian mummies, Roman and Greek  artifacts, geological samples, and weapons from all major wars of the Twentieth Century, are just a few of  wonders you will be able to view.  I was pleasantly surprised with the sheer number of exhibits the facility  maintains for the size of the building. They rival the museums of the major cities in terms of the number of  artifacts and you could easily spend the greater part of a day fully exploring what they have to offer.      The Basics  Website: http://www.worldtreasures.org   Phone:  (316) 263-1311  Address:  835 E 1st Street, Wichita, KS 67202 Hours:  Monday-Saturday (10:00am-5:00pm); Sunday (12:00pm-5:00pm)  Cost: Adults $8.95; Children (4-12) $6.95; Seniors (60+) $7.95   This unique museum is in essence a complete town just as you would find one in the Midwest during the late  nineteenth century.  With over fifty buildings it is unlikely you will be able to find a museum of this size and  scope anywhere in the country.  They have multiple furnished period homes, a complete farm, and a main  street with a dentist office, clothing shop, funeral parlor and more.  The Cowtown even has the only  operational wooden grain elevator in the nation.  There are frequent period recreations including a daily  gunfight, they have a full-time blacksmith on site and an actual saloon you can visit for lunch. Be warned,  this is a museum which will easily take a full day or more if you want to experience everything they have to  offer.    The Basics  Website:  http://www.oldcowtown.org/ Phone:  (316) 219-1871  Address:  1865 Museum blvd, Wichita, KS 67203  Winter Hours: (Nov 15th – April 15th):  Tuesday-Saturday (10:00am-4:00pm); Closed Sunday and Monday Summer Hours: (April 16th – November 14th):  Wednesday-Saturday (9:30am-4:30pm); Sunday (12:00pm-  4:30pm); Closed Monday and Tuesday Cost: Adults $7.75; Children (4-11) $5.50; Youth (12-17) $6.00; Seniors (62+) $6.50  Since Wichita is the “air capitol of the world” it is only fitting that we have a renowned aviation museum.   The KAM definitely serves this purpose.  They are located at the original Wichita Municipal Airport which was  in service from 1924 to 1954.  They have indoor and outdoor exhibits and they are caretakers of over two  million artifacts and records.  They house over twenty planes from the old biplanes like the Laird Swallow or  American Eagle to the massive Boeing B-52 bomber or KC 135E.  Aside from the exhibits you can enjoy the  original restored airport and even go up into the control tower and watch planes landing at McConnell AFB  while listening to a live feed from air traffic controllers.  Finally, for some fun visit the Sim Adventure Center  on Saturday and you can fly in any of the five state of the art combat flight simulators.     The Basics  Website: http://www.kansasaviationmuseum.org Phone:  (316) 683-9242  Address:  3350 South George Washington blvd., Wichita, KS 67210.  Hours:  Monday-Saturday (10:00am-5:00pm); Sunday (12:00pm-5:00pm)   Cost:  Adults $8; Children (4-12) $6; Seniors (65+) $7  This museum focuses on the history of Wichita and Sedgwick country dating back to 1865.  They maintain  close to 70,000 artifacts including a Jones Six automobile, early Indian and trader supplies, items from the  Dust Bowl and Gage Brewer’s Shadowland Dance Club.    The Basics:  Website:  http://www.wichitahistory.org Phone:  (316) 265-9314  Address:  204 S. Main, Wichita, KS 67202  Hours: Tuesday-Friday (11:00am-4:00pm); Saturday-Sunday (1:00pm-5:00pm); Monday (closed)  Cost:  Adults $4; Children (6-12) $2  The Basics:  Website:  http://www.kshof.org/ Phone:  (316) 262-2038  Address:  515 S Wichita, Wichita, KS 67202  Hours: Monday-Friday (10:00am-4:00pm)  Cost:  Free, but $3 donation is recommended.    The Basics:  Website: http://kansastravel.org/kansassportsmuseum.htm Phone:  (316) 804-4686  Address:  601 SE 36th Street suite 123, Newton, KS 67114 Hours: Monday-Saturday (10:00am-5:00pm); Sunday (Closed)  Cost:  Adults $7; Students (13-18) $6; Children (under 13) Free; Military and Seniors (65+) $6  Housed in the historic Engine House No. 6 this museum has an extensive collection of early firefighting  vehicles going back to 1880.  These include Howe’s hand drawn pumper, multiple horse drawn fire wagons, a  Model-A fire engine, a 1926 Reo Speed Wagon and more.  As expected these are located in a fully restored  fire house maintaining countless displays and artifacts chronicling Wichita’s history in firefighting.    The Basics:  Website:  http://www.kansasfirefightersmuseum.com/main/ Phone:  (316) 264-5990  Address:  1300 S. Broadway, Wichita, KS 67211  Hours:   Saturday only (11:00am-3pm)  Cost:  Adults $3; Students $2.00; Seniors $2.50  This museum offers a guided tour of a prairie style house designed by the single most famous architect of the  twentieth century, Frank Lloyd Wright.  This is the last home of this type that he created and he considered  this one to be “among my best.”  The tour is by appointment only and reservations need to be set ten days  or more in advance.  The minimum number of people required for a tour is five but if you have under that  number you can still attend.  You will just be scheduled in with another group.    The Basics:  Website:  http://home.onemain.com/~allenlam  Phone:  (316) 687-1027  Address:  225 N. Roosevelt, Wichita, Kansas 67208  Hours:  By appointment only Cost:  $10 per person.  No one allowed under the age of 16.  Indoor and outdoor exhibits focusing on locomotives and railcars from the twentieth century.  Highlights  include a steam and diesel locomotive which was in service on the Santa Fe line along with other historical  artifacts such as lanterns, tools, signs and railroad prints.    The Basics:  Website:  http://www.gptm.us Phone:  (316) 263-0944  Address:  700 E Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202  April-October hours: Saturday (9:00am-4:00pm); Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm)  November-March hours: Saturday only 9:00am-4:00pm   Cost:  Adults $5; Children (3-12) $3 
Main Museums Science and Space Art Museums and Galleries Multicultural Centers
The Museum of World Treasures
The Old Cowtown Museum
Kansas Aviation Museum
The Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum
Kansas Sports Hall of Fame
Kansas Sports Museum
Kansas Firefighters Museum
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Allen-Lambe House Museum
Great Plains Transportation Museum
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