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Sunflower Summer lets Kansas families see attractions for free

Kansas’ app helps families be a tourist in their own state.

Photo of the Museum at Prairiefire

Imagine a family photo in front of this colorful museum.

Photo by KCtoday

Kansas families, this one’s for you. Meet Sunflower Summer — the state of Kansas’ app providing free tickets to 220+ sites statewide. It’s like a Kansas-specific summer bucket list.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Be a resident of Kansas
  2. Have a child enrolled in grades Pre-K-12 (homeschooling included)
  3. Download the app
  4. Create an account
  5. Claim your free tickets

Attraction categories cover nature, arts, sports, amusement parks, museums + historic landmarks — like the metro’s Museum at Prairefire and Theatre in the Park. Take your little explorer to play “I Spy” statewide now through Sunday, Aug. 11. You can learn more + download the app on the Sunflower Summer website.

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