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Flint Hills Discovery Center


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The Flint Hills Discovery Center offers a large variety of experiences to the day or more traveling public. Groups large and small as well as those coming to visit or looking for something to do or see for an afternoon getaway, weekend outing or spending a bit more time in exploring the area --- this is a great place to help you put together an experience to remember.

The Flint Hills Discovery Center contains permanent and temporary exhibits, classrooms and meeting rooms, a store and beautiful outdoor terraces and landscaping. It will be open 363 days a year and serve as the visitor
information center for Manhattan and the surrounding Flint Hills region.


Phone: 785-587-2729
Our Website:www.flinthillsdiscovery.org

Come visit us in Manhattan, Kansas

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Flint Hills Discovery Center

The Flint Hills Discovery Center offers a large variety of experiences to the day or more traveling public. Groups large and...