1240 S. W. Wanamaker Rd.
Topeka, KS 66604
Phone: (785) 273-6969
Fax: (785) 273-6036
Northeast Kansas' favorite family fun center: go-carts, mini golf, batting cages, driving range, par/3 golf and game room.
Enjoy a fun day out with your children as you visit Kansas Children's Discovery Center. This center encourages your little one to explore, learn and discover through visit to the 9 buildings that it houses catering to arts, science and other fields of career.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The history of Topeka High School-Auditorium can be traced back to 1800s when the school was started. This high-school was only moved to its current building in 1931 and has been there since then. This school is dedicated to preparing its students for college and career in this age of competition. Apart from the education programs and foreign exchange programs, this school is known for offering many sports extracurricular activities.