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Kansas Day at the Capitol

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Event# 785-296-3966

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The Governor cordially invites Kansas students to celebrate Kansas Day at the Capitol. Students will have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of Kansas history by exploring the Capitol through its art, architecture, and governmental offices.

Pre-registration for groups is requested.

Kansas Day at the Capitol

Address : Tenth and Jackson Topeka KS
Phone : 785-296-3966   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : capitol@kshs.org

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Admission Fee : Free Admission

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