Travel by region
Discover these five regions of the state and the state-owned historic sites administered by the Kansas Historical Society that are located within. Select a region on the map or scroll down to view a list of sites by region.
Western Kansas' big sky country offers a spectacular view of the plains. There are three state-owned historic sites in this region.
This region parallels the northern Kansas border and follows U.S. 36 east to west. You'll find three state-owned historic sites as you pass through the Glacial Hills in the northeast to the Republican River Valley in the north central portion of the state.
One of the last stands of true grassland that once stretched across the continent. You'll find four state-owned historic sites in this region.
This regions takes you from Topeka, the capital city, east along I-70 to the Missouri border. There are six state-owned historic sites in this area.
Enter the rolling vistas of the east, covered with stately cottonwoods and oaks. There are three state-owned historic sites in this area.