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Explore the Charm of the Topeka, KS Neighborhood

Nestled in the capital city of Kansas, Wheatfield Village offers sophistication and tranquility amidst a vibrant and historically rich neighborhood. Enjoy an array of excellent fine dining, shopping, and public school options. Topeka boasts countless museums and attractions for all interests, whether you are a history buff or an art aficionado. Additionally, Topeka prides itself on its beautiful natural beauty and is home to many pristine beaches, parks, and gardens.

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Activities & Entertainment

Wheatfield Highlights

From vibrant shopping to serene natural beauty, Wheatfield offers everything you need.
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    NOTO Arts & Entertainment District

    Nestled in North Topeka, the NOTO Arts & Entertainment District pulses with life, showcasing fine art, unique shops, and delicious food. With over 40 outdoor murals and sculptures, plus regular performances at Redbud Park, NOTO is the place to be for a vibrant, eclectic experience.

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    Lake Shawnee

    Lake Shawnee in Topeka, KS, offers a uniquely charming outdoor experience for both relaxation and active lifestyles. Whether you’re looking to unwind by hiking the scenic Lake Shawnee Trail or immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of seasonal festivals and ball tournaments, Lake Shawnee provides a delightful escape from the ordinary. During warmer months, enjoy boating, fishing, and camping, while winter transforms the landscape into a serene retreat. With golf courses, playgrounds, tennis courts, and sand volleyball, Lake Shawnee is a year-round haven for fun and relaxation.

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    Historic Sites & Museums

    Immerse yourself in Topeka’s history by visiting our unique historic sites and museums. Take a tour of the beautifully ornate Kansas State Capitol building, which has been meticulously preserved to match its original likeness. Learn about Kansas’ leading role in the civil rights movement by visiting the esteemed Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site, or the Richie House – a key stop on the Underground Railroad. There’s no shortage of sights to see when history is right at your doorstep.

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    Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center

    Spanning across Gage Park, the Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center is a premier destination for animal enthusiasts. Home to over 300 diverse species, the zoo caters to both education and entertainment. Explore iconic exhibits like the Tropical Rainforest and Black Bear Woods, or marvel at new attractions such as Giraffe & Friends, offering close encounters with majestic creatures. During winter, the zoo transforms with “Zoo Lights,” illuminating the grounds in a magical glow. Year-round, the zoo offers unique experiences that make it a standout attraction in the capital city.

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