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Spread in a vast area including 850,000 square feet of ornamental plants, K-State Gardens boasts a plethora of plant species placed in diverse aesthetic settings. It is an educational resource where visitors can explore an immense variety of banana and vegetative plants and various species of day lilies and roses. There is an Insect Zoo here that boasts numerous exhibits of live insects and their arthropod relatives. This zoo also features various children's activities.
An excellent place to visit for animal lovers, Sunset Zoo boasts a plethora of animal species including bobcats, monkeys, leopards, chimpanzees, and cheetahs. A great place to spend a day, Sunset Zoo is located in the heart of the city.
Tuttle Creek State Park
Spread in an area of 1,200 acre, Tuttle Creek State Park boasts a number of nature trails, a scenic equestrian trail, and a mountain biking trail, offering visitors a variety of routes to enjoy the aesthetic Flint Hills environment. The park also features picturesque picnic areas, volleyball courts, a 18-hole disc golf course, horse shoe pits, restrooms, and shower facilities. The lake in the park offers excellent channel cat and flathead fishing.
Flint Hills Discovery Center
A dynamic tribute to the Flint Hills that envelop the city, Flint Hills Discovery Center boasts exhibit areas with interactive components enriching the learning experience for both kids and adults. The visit to this center begins with the “Immersive Experience Theater” and the multimedia “Tallgrass Prairie: Tides of Time". The massive screen brings the prairie experience to utter brilliance. The stunning beauty of the hills boasts an affluent history that needs the discovery. From the outdoor patio, visitors can enjoy the scenic view of Downtown Manhattan, and look east to the spectacular Kansas River and Prospect Hill.