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The Weather in Wichita
Above are the weather conditions for Wichita. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Feel the prairie winds from your vacation home in wild Wichita, Kansas
Come to Wichita to escape, in every sense of the word. Let the open fields and open roads revive you, and rent a traditional farm house outside of town to make the most of this. Stay near culture-rich downtown for walkable attractions day and night.
Revisit the days of Wichita's booming growth as a cattle ranching and cowboy hub at the charming Old Cowtown Museum. The recreated town with its authentic buildings, including Old West staples like a saloon hotel and land office, comes to life especially during re-enactments and theme days.
Learn about the original inhabitants of these wide plains at the educational Mid-America All-Indian Center and neighboring The Keeper of the Plains historical landmark. See valuable artifacts and artwork that came from local tribes, and dig deeper by attending classes and events.
Hear the lions roar at the Sedgwick County Zoo where children can go wild with tigers and bears. Be awed by the exotic features of the African painted dog and bongo forest antelope, also from Africa. Meanwhile, the black-tailed prairie dog and river otter are Kansas stars.
For learning of another kind, Exploration Place science museum keeps kids busy for hours with non-stop, hands-on fun. Through their Explore Kansas nature exhibit, the state, from sky to ancient seabed, is discovered along with fossils and bones.
Wichita's natural side
The meandering, cooling Arkansas River and Little Arkansas River lend themselves to an impressive network of parkland and pathways all along the riversides near downtown and midtown. Try your hand at tennis, handball or rowing at lively South Riverside Park.
Botanica, The Wichita Gardens is a bountiful oasis of greenery and tranquility nestled between the two rivers where a wide variety of plants and butterflies are cared for in 30 different gardens. The butterfly garden and butterfly house are where you'll find these colorful flying friends.
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