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Topeka, Kansas

The first and still one of the best! The Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour offers a history lesson of Topeka and the haunts associated with them. The Kansas State Capitol Building is majestic indeed! I suppose it would have to be considered the death cloud that hangs over its existence! Angst in the Alleys and Brains in the basement seems appropriately named for this tour. Jayhawk Hotel and Theater create a partnership of paranormal mayhem. Be sure to check out the full apparition of a bum that was captured during a Downtown Tour in the alley of Jayhawk by a tour guest. Maybe you can be as lucky during this get out stop. South Kansas Avenue seems to be plagued with a paranormal epidemic, Field of Greens, The Break Room, Hazel Hill and 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures, just to name a few. Highlight for the Downtown tour is a stop at the Pit Cemetery on State Hospital Grounds.

All Tours depart from Celtic Fox Restaurant at 8th and Jackson in Topeka, Kansas.

Downtown Walking Ghost Tours

All Downtown Topeka Walking ghost tours depart from 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures at 733 S., Kansas Avenue, Topeka. The Walking Ghost Tour is approximately 1 mile long and lasts 1 hour 20 minutes. The majority of locations on the walking tour are the same as the driving tour so you get the same tour for half the price plus some good exercise and fresh air. South Kansas Avenue is a paranormal gold mine!

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Brown vs. Topeka B.O.E. National Historic Sites

On October 26, 1992, Congress passed Public Law 102-525 establishing Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site to commemorate the landmark Supreme Court decision aimed at ending segregation in public schools. Monroe Elementary School (17th & Monroe), and Sumner Elementary School (330

Topeka, KS National Parks

Kansas National Guard Museum

The Kansas National Guard Museum is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Kansas National Guard and honoring the memories of the soldiers and airmen who, for over 145 years, have served Kansas and the United States whenever the call was made.

Topeka, KS Museums

Cedar Crest

The French-Norman style house which was built by Frank P. MacLennan in 1928, is home to the governor of Kansas. It is the focal point of a 200-acre estate overlooking the Kansas river. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the estate features several ponds and hiking trails.

Topeka, KS Famous Homes

Jayhawk State Theatre of Kansas

On August 11, 1925, E.H. Crosby of the Crosby Brothers Company made the first announcement of his plans to provide the capital city of Kansas with a modern theatre. The Jayhawk Theatre opened its doors on August, 1926. Placed on the national register of historic places in 1974

Topeka, KS Historic Theatres

Lake Shawnee Recreational Area

Lake Shawnee is a man-made, 411-acre lake offering fishing, boating, sailing and swimming. Within the 1,600-acre park surrounding the lake are foot trails, fish hatcheries (for stocking the lake), a golf course, a marina, tennis courts, shelter houses, horseback trails, ball diamonds, and gardens.

Topeka, KS Recreation

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