Wichita – Things to do with your Team

If you’re wondering what to do while in Wichita with your team, worry not; Kansas’ largest city is full of fun attractions as well as natural landmarks that you won’t find anywhere else but Wichita.

Whether your team is looking to explore engaging exhibits at the Museum of World Treasures or the Sedgwick County Zoo, witness the natural beauty of the region at the Great Plains Nature Center, or catch a movie in style at the Warren West 18 & IMAX theater, Wichita has got just what they’re looking for and more.


Museum of World Treasures

At Wichita’s Museum of World Treasures you and your team can uncover fascinating treasures and amazing rarities from around the world and throughout the ages as you navigate this unique attraction.

Where else can you find the dusty bones of prehistoric creatures, marvel at the mummies of ancient Egypt, learn the secrets of long-lost civilizations, and immerse yourself in the battlefields of World War I and II? No place else but the Museum of World Treasures!

The museum features three floors of exhibits with plenty of surprises around every corner that are sure to awaken the curiosity of everyone in your group. 835 E 1st ST, Wichita, KS 67202


Sedgwick County Zoo

Over 3,000 animals of nearly 400 different species from all corners of the globe come together at the Sedgwick County Zoo, which has been ranked among the best zoos in the U.S. and is the number one outdoor tourist attraction in Wichita.

There your team will watch the animal kingdom come alive as they walk through the various continent-themed exhibits spanning the zoo’s 247-acre facility. They’ll hear the intimidating roar of the lions in Africa, enjoy seeing the playful river otters swim about in North America, admire the beautiful birds in Australia and South America as they take flight, and so much more.

To see the zoo in a unique and interesting way, hop aboard the free narrated tram tour of the zoo or take a boat ride to experience an exclusive perspective of exhibits like the Downing Gorilla Forest and lemur island for a small extra fee.

It takes a lot of effort to traverse each and every continent in a day, so when it’s time to take a break, your team with a visit to one of the Sedgwick County Zoo’s multiple food and beverage locations. 5555 W Zoo Blvd, Wichita, KS 67212


Exploration Place

After an afternoon of exploring at Exploration Place chances are your team will have learned just as much as they have had fun learning. With hundreds of interactive exhibits designed to stimulate their minds and teach them about a variety of scientific topics, there’s so much for them to see and do.

The fun continues outside on the museum’s 18-hole mini-golf course nestled along the banks of the Arkansas River and in Exploration Park, where younger visitors can observe native Kansas wildlife; dig for archeological treasures in a giant sandbox; run, jump, slide, and climb on the community-built playground; and investigate “The Pyramid” and “The Hill;” all while the adults of the group get a chance to relax in this comfortable outdoor park.

Discounts are available for group visits scheduled in advance. 300 N McLean Blvd, Wichita, KS 67203


The Alley Indoor Entertainment

Wichita - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsPromising visitors “as much fun as they can handle,” The Alley Indoor Entertainment is a great place to bring kids, tweens, and teens looking for something cool to do in Wichita. From their cosmic-themed bowling lanes, to their recently renovated indoor go-kart track, laser maze, big arcade, and wide selection of escape rooms, The Alley is the perfect cure for a bored team.

Once everyone has had all the fun they can actually handle, go hang out, have some pizza, and watch your favorite sports teams on HD TVs and projection screens at AJ’s Sports Grill in The Alley. 11413 E 13th St N, Wichita, KS 67206


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Warren West 18 & IMAX

Don’t just go to the movies; experience them with a night out at the Warren West 18 & IMAX theater. The presentation begins even before you take your seat as you take a step back in time when entering the theater’s outstanding lobby, rich with Art Deco stylings reminiscent of 1940s Hollywood glitz and glamor.

Fittingly, the concession stand offers everything from fresh, warm popcorn to malted milkshakes. If you’ve got time for a meal before your movie, the theater also features a malt shop serving up all the diner classics.

While the lobby may look to the past, the theaters themselves look to the future, with comfortable seating, state-of-the-art sound and projection, and amphitheater-style seating allows for great views of the silver screen from any seat.

For an even more luxurious theater-going experience, Warren West 18 features IMAX-equipped theaters as well as a dine-in option where guests can order malt shop menu items and have them brought right to their seat. 9150 W 21st St N, Wichita, KS 67205


Great Plains Nature Center

At Great Plains Nature Center you and your team will get an opportunity to meet the locals; the local wildlife, that is. This nature center allows for the public to learn about Wichita’s natural resources, especially its wildlife and plant species.

The Koch Habitat Hall is the centerpiece of the Great Plains Nature Center, with 3,500 square feet of displays as engaging as they are educational devoted to the original prairie, the climate, hands-on interactive learning, streams, wetlands, lakes, rivers, riparian habitat, and woodlands.

Outside, Great Plains Nature Center is surrounded by the 282 acre Chisholm Creek Park with two and half miles of paved trails which cross native and restored prairies, wetlands, ponds, and woodlands. 6232 E 29th St N, Wichita, KS 67220


Mid-America All-Indian Center

Your entire group will surely appreciate learning about the tradition, heritage, and history of the American Indian people at the Mid-America All-Indian Center, the only facility of its kind in Kansas.

At the Mid-America All-Indian Center, you and your team will stroll through a variety of different areas, including: a museum with exhibits featuring contemporary art as well as cultural artifacts; interactive and hands-on activities for younger visitors; a seasonal outdoor learning center with a full-size tipi and native gardening area; a unique gift shop selling American Indian-made jewelry, music, books, food, and more; along with many other great things for your group to do and see.

No trip to the Mid-America All-Indian Center would be complete without a visit to the Keeper of the Plains, one of Wichita’s most recognized and beloved symbols, which stands 44 feet tall at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas Rivers. 650 N Seneca St, Wichita, KS 67203


Lawrence-Dumont Stadium

Your team will go “nuts” for a Wichita Wingnuts baseball game at their home field, Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. After various renovations in both 2001 and again in 2011, this quaint 1934 stadium has been restored to its former glory and is more than ready to welcome your team for a fun day out at the ball game.

The stadium holds 6,400 fans and features typical ballpark amenities like concession stands serving up hot dogs, pizza, hamburgers, and more; box seating for groups and parties; and a gift shop stocked with Wingnuts memorabilia. 300 S Sycamore St, Wichita, KS 67213


Wichita is a city with no shortage of personality. As one of Kansas’ major industrial hubs in addition to being the largest city in the state, Wichita has a lot to offer you and your team during your visit.