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There are a lot of reasons to visit Delano: the Victorian architecture, the trendy little specialty shops...

... and then, there's:

Public Art - The McLean Fountain, the Longhorn and the Keeper of the Plains.

Museums on the River - from Exploration Place and the Indian Center to Cowtown and Botanica.

Sports - Get into a baseball game at the West Side Athletic Field.

Recreation - Spend some time at the Wichita Ice Center or at one of the game rooms.

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Delano is a great place to spend time. There are parks, fountains and monuments to explore. There are all sorts of unique stores to shop in.

There are buildings with fantastic architecture such as the Kansas Masonic Home and Davis Hall at Friends University.

If the parks, shopping and interesting architecture aren't enough to keep you busy, Delano is located in close proximity to the Museums on the River.

Or you could take in a Wingnuts Baseball game at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium or a Thunder Hockey practice at the Wichita Ice Center.

So come on down, and "Do Delano!"


  1. Advanced Learning Library

Museums on the River

  1. Exploration Place
  2. Old Cowtown Museum
  3. Mid-America All-Indian Center
  4. Wichita Art Museum
  5. Botanica - The Wichita Gardens
  6. American Overseas Schools Historical Society


  1. Wichita Ice Center
    1. Thunder Hockey
  2. West Side Athletic Field
    1. Friends University Falcons


  1. Friends University
  2. Kansas Masonic Home


  1. Delano Park - 101 N. McLean Blvd.
  2. Seneca Park - 202 S. Seneca
  3. West Side Athletic Field - 571 N. McLean Blvd.

Public Art

  1. Ben F. McLean Memorial Fountain
    - in Delano Park
  2. Chisholm Trail Marker
    - in Delano Park
  3. Longhorn on the Chisholm Trail
    - in Delano Park
  4. Delano Clock Tower
    - traffic circle at Douglas & Sycamore
  5. Keeper of the Plains
    - at confluence of Big & Little rivers
  6. Light Sculpture
    - at Meridian and McLean Blvd.

Annual Events

Historic Delano assists with several annual events.

March 16, 2019

September, 2019

Open Streets ICT 2019

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