Top 8. Best Tourist Attractions in Hutchinson – Kansas

Top 8. Best Tourist Attractions in Hutchinson – Kansas

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3 Popular Attractions In Kansas

  • Big Brutus: Museum in West Mineral, Kansas.
  • Kansas Facts:

    • The public swimming pool at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City occupies half a city block and holds 2 1/2 million gallons of water.
    • Morton County sells the most trout fishing stamps of all the Kansas counties.
    • Before Harry S. Truman went into politics, he owned a Kansas City haberdashery.
    • The Happy Meal was invented in Kansas City. Bob Bernstein, founder of local advertising agency Bernstein-Rein, got the idea after noticing his son staring at a cereal box during breakfast.
    Kansas ethnic breakdown of population
    Racial composition 1990[50] 2000[51] 2010[52] 2020[53]
    White 90.1% 86.1% 83.8% 75.6%
    Black 5.8% 5.8% 5.9% 5.7%
    Asian 1.3% 1.7% 2.4% 2.9%
    Native 0.9% 0.9% 1.0% 1.1%
    Native Hawaiian and
    other Pacific Islander
    0.1% 0.1%
    Other race 2.0% 3.4% 3.9% 4.9%
    Two or more races 2.1% 3.0% 9.5%

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    Cities with population of at least 15,000
    City Population* Growth rate** Metro area
    1 Wichita 390,591 2.15% Wichita
    2 Overland Park 191,278 10.33% Kansas City, MO-KS
    3 Kansas City 152,938 4.91% Kansas City
    4 Olathe 137,472 9.22% Kansas City
    5 Topeka 126,587 −0.70% Topeka
    6 Lawrence 96,892 10.55% Lawrence
    7 Shawnee 65,513 5.31% Kansas City
    8 Manhattan 54,832 4.88% Manhattan
    9 Lenexa 53,553 11.13% Kansas City
    10 Salina 46,994 −1.49%
    11 Hutchinson 40,772 −3.11%
    12 Leavenworth 36,210 2.72% Kansas City
    13 Leawood 34,659 8.76% Kansas City
    14 Dodge City 27,720 1.39%
    15 Garden City 26,895 0.89%
    16 Emporia 24,724 −0.77%
    17 Derby 23,673 6.84% Wichita
    18 Junction City 22,988 −1.56% Manhattan
    19 Prairie Village 22,368 4.29% Kansas City
    20 Gardner 21,583 12.86% Kansas City
    21 Hays 20,845 1.63%
    22 Pittsburg 20,216 −0.08%
    23 Liberal 19,826 −3.41%
    24 Newton 18,869 −1.37% Wichita
    25 Great Bend 15,344 −4.07%
    *2017 Estimate[64]
    **Growth rate 2010–2017
    ‡Defined as a micropolitan area

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    Team Sport League City
    Sporting Kansas City Soccer Major League Soccer Kansas City
    Sporting Kansas City II Soccer USL Championship Kansas City
    Kansas City Monarchs Baseball American Association Kansas City
    Garden City Wind Baseball Pecos League Garden City
    Kaw Valley FC Soccer USL League Two Lawrence, Kansas, and Topeka, Kansas
    Salina Liberty Indoor football Champions Indoor Football Salina
    Southwest Kansas Storm Indoor football Champions Indoor Football Dodge City
    Topeka Tropics Indoor football Champions Indoor Football Topeka
    Wichita Thunder Ice hockey ECHL Wichita
    Wichita Force Indoor football Arena Football Association Wichita
    Wichita Wind Surge Baseball Double-A Central Wichita

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    Top 8. Best Tourist Attractions in Hutchinson – Kansas: Strataca, Cosmosphere, Hutchinson Zoo, Smith's Market, Dillon Nature Center, The Alley of Hutchinson, Reno County Museum, Salt City Splash Aquatic Center

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