Visit Over 70 Kansas Attractions with Kids for Free with Sunflower Summer Program


Summer 2022 – The Sunflower Summer Program is returning to provide more robust offerings where families can visit Kansas attractions for free. Developed by the Kansas Department of Education, this program provides a wide variety of ways for families to get out, explore something new, and enjoy time together. Kansas families can visit museums, zoos, historic landmarks, and more!

Visit Kansas Attractions, Museums, & Zoos with Kids for Free This Summer

Kansas residents with students enrolled in Pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, are eligible to access 1 free ticket per child to over 70 Kansas attractions, museums, zoos, and more.

Parents and guardians can download the Sunflower Summer app free from either Google Play (Android) or Apple (IOS) app stores. And each Kansas student and their parents are provided one free visit to each of the participating attractions per year. Your Sunflower Summer “Passport” (in the app) will be stamped and the ticket will no longer be accessible.

Visit Kansas AttractionsKansas Summer Sunflower Participating Attractions: 

Art & Theater

Prairie Museum of Art & History
Red Barn Studio Museum
Theatre In The Park
Wichita Art Museum
Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum

Wichita Art Museum

Attractions & Landmarks

Botanica, The Wichita Gardens
Boot Hill Museum, Inc.
Curious Minds Discovery Zone
Evel Knievel Museum
Exploration Place
Field Station: Dinosaurs
Flint Hills Discovery Center
Kansas Aviation Museum
Kansas Children’s Discovery Center
Kansas Learning Center for Health
Lee Richardson Zoo
Mid-America Air Museum
Oz Museum
Rolling Hills Zoo
Sedgwick County Zoo
The Big Well Museum
The Topeka Zoo
Wright Park Zoo

Field Station: Dinosaurs in Derby, KS


Great Bend Public Library
Marysville Public Library
Mulvane Public Library
Russell Public Library
Wellington Public Library


Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum
Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
Constitution Hall State Historic Site
Eisenhower Presidential Library
El Quartelejo Museum & Jerry Thomas Gallery and Collection
Fick Fossil & History Museum
Fort Hays State Historic Site
Fort Larned National Historic Site
Grinter Place State Historic Site
Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site
Johnson County Museum
Kansas Museum of History
Kansas State Capitol
Kiowa County Historical Museum & Soda Fountain
Lindsborg Old Mill and Swedish Heritage Museum
Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes
Mid-America All-Indian Museum
Mine Creek Battlefield State Historic Site
Miners Hall Museum
Nicodemus National Historic Site
Old Cowtown Museum
Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site
Pony Express Barn & Museum
Red Rocks State Historic Site
Ritchie House
S.P. Dinsmoor’s Garden of Eden
Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Tri-State Antique Engines & Thresher Association

Hiking at Elk City State Park

Nature Areas

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Angela is the founder of Wichita Mom, the premier parenting website and community for local moms. Wife to her high school bestie, mom to two girls, and native Wichitan, she is thrilled to be raising her family in her hometown after telling her family for years she "would never move back". She is a strong advocate for mental health, believes in the power of community, and walks the talk of "babes supporting babes". She is a self-proclaimed connector, enthusiast of many things, cheerleader of moms and women, and recently converted homebody.


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