The largest city in Kansas offers a long list of things to see and do, including two museums where visitors can take an in-depth look at two of the forces that shaped history in the West: cowboys and Native Americans. The Mid-American All-Indian Museum offers the chance to learn more about the heritage of American Indians, while the Old Cowtown Museum provides the opportunity to experience a glimpse of life in an 1870’s cattle town. Old Town Wichita, located on the eastern edge of the downtown district, is an entertainment district that hosts more than 100 restaurants, bars and shops, all within walking distance. The city has a wealth of live comedy, music venues, and theaters, including Roxy’s Downtown, Mosley Street Melodrama, The Loony Bin, Orpheum Theatre, and Crown Uptown Theatre. Additionally, there’s Music Theatre Wichita, Wichita Grand Opera, and the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend the annual Tallgrass Film Festival, which includes five days of screenings and special events across the city.