Wichita, KS Homes & Real Estate

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Living in the "Air Capital of the World"

The flag of Wichita, KS

Founded in 1864, Kansas's largest city owes its early development to the cattle trade along the Chisholm Trail and later to the Santa Fe Railway. In the 1920s, Wichita's economy pivoted to aircraft manufacturing for World War I, an industry the city continues to capitalize on. Today, Wichita produces 70% of U.S. general aviation aircraft, securing its title as the "Air Capital of the World."

Wichita is a bustling metro area with a population of 390,000. Because of its size and location, Wichita provides residents with the luxuries of a big city and the feel of a small, midwestern town. There is something for everyone in this eclectic city! 

A Thriving Art Scene

Colorful mural on the side of a grain elevator

Wichita is home to some of the most creative artists in the midwest. Dozens of downtown galleries open to the public for First Friday showings every month. The Wichita Art Museum features work from more than 500 area artists. The Ulrich Museum of Art, located on the Wichita State University campus, showcases rotating exibits free to the public. Colorful murals cover the sides of buildings all around town, including The World's Largest Mural Painted by a Single Artist, which can be found on the side of the Beachner grain elevator.

Main Attractions

An elephant gets sprayed with water at the zoo

Living in Wichita is never boring. Residents enjoy all the amenities that come with living in a larger city. The Sedgwick County Zoo is a popular attraction for those in the area, which boasts 3,000 animals grouped geographically and in settings that duplicate their natural habitats. If you prefer to spend the day indoors, explore one of the many museums or have fun at one of the eat-and-play restaurants in town. Residents can also enjoy the beautiful sights at the Botanic Gardens, ride the trolley around downtown, attend a concert at Intrust Bank Arena, go axe throwing, or try rock climbing. With plenty of indoor and outdoor fun, there is always something to do in Wichita!

Wichita Riverfest

Fireworks explode over the Arkansas River while a crowd watches

First held in 1972, the Wichita Riverfest is a week-long, city-wide celebration along the Arkansas River that runs right through downtown. The goal is to bring the community together each summer to celebrate everything that makes Wichita great. The jam-packed, fun-filled event is the largest, longest-running, and most anticipated festival in the region. With fun competitions, live music, awesome food, and much more, the Wichita Riverfest is a must experience for those in the area. The event begins with a parade and ends with a large fireworks display. You won't want to miss it!

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