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The Weather in Sedgwick County
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 93° However, temperatures can go lower than 23° in Sedgwick County in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Sedgwick vacation homes combine urban culture and small-town appeal.
From quaint country homes to secluded cabin retreats, Sedgwick's vacation rentals allow peace and relaxation. Many of these family-friendly homes are also located on wooded acres which provide views of wildlife and farmland.
Local culinary experiences
For the best in local flavor, Wichita Food Tours provide a three hour tour that takes guests through the historic Old Town. The walking tour stops at restaurants at to sample their fare, while a knowledgable guide provides insight into the history of the city.
In Sedgwick, Cy's Hoof and Horn Supper Club promises "heaven on a fork and spirits in a glass." Aspiring to be a "true Kansas restaurant," the owner created a menu of southern favorites with a country atmosphere.
Explore the Wichita Art Scene
Wichita is home to a variety of museums. The Ulrich Museum of Art contains art spanning from the 20th century to present day, as well as the renowned Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection. The Wichita Art Museum is one the oldest galleries in the city and hosts a variety of events, lectures, workshops, and outdoor concerts.
Visitors can also explore Frank Lloyd Wright's Allen House, a piece designed to showcase the artist's idea of prairie living. The Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center is a community center that hosts the Music Theatre of Wichita, the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, and the Wichita Grand Opera.
With a number of rare and endangered species, the Sedgwick County Zoo is sure to captivate children. The exhibits are designed to mimic authentic environments, and include attractions such as the Downing Gorilla Forest, Pride of the Plains, Tiger Trek, and the Penguin Cove.
For an in-depth learning experience, Wichita also has The Great Plains Nature Center, a large nature preserve that offers environmental education. Also available is Exploration Place; a science learning center that contains a fossil dig, a flight simulator, and information about space exploration.
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