The drive from Kansas City to Denver is certainly a long one, but then again, so is any drive on I-70. Other than some absolutely stunning sunsets, sometimes the drive is uneventful and quite boring. Of course, there are many great places hiding out everywhere. Listed below are 16 things to see along I-70 in KansasWe started the trip on the eastern side. However, you can also begin your trip on the western side. It’s a great trip either way!

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Have you been to any of these 16 things to see along I-70 in Kansas? Would you agree that they are among the best tourist attractions along I-70? If so, please share your experience(s) with us in the comments below.

If you’re interested staying overnight somewhere along the way, perhaps in Salina, there is no better place to stay than the Fairfield Inn & Suites Salina.

For more information about the World’s Largest Easel and other iconic landmarks and things to see on I-70 in Kansas, you’ll want to take this epic road trip.

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More Fun in Kansas

Where can we find other roadside attractions along I-70 in Kansas?

  • The World’s Largest Ball of Twine, which is located in Cawker City, weighs around 20,000 pounds and has a circumference of 43 feet.
  • The Lessman Farm & Truckhenge in Topeka is described as “an eclectic combination of farm, salvage & recycled art, and nature sanctuary.”
  • In Goodland there is a giant reproduction of Vincent van Gogh's “3 Sunflowers in a Vase” and it sits on what is now the World's Largest Easel.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other quirky roadside attractions in Kansas.

What are some fun facts about Kansas?

  • Dodge City, which sits out in the Plains, is windier than Chicago.
  • Wichita is home to the largest grain elevator in the world.
  • The world's largest hand-dug well is in the town of Greensburg.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other fun facts about Kansas.

Where can we find state parks in the Kansas City area?

  • Perry State Park in Ozawkie features  25 miles of horse trails and 20 miles of biking/hiking trails.
  • Lewis and Clark State Park in Rushville is a major draw for birdwatchers from all over the state.
  • Knob Noster State Park in Knob Noster is popular for its hiking and horseback trails.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful state parks in the Kansas City area. (Note: Kansas City is on both sides of the State Line in Kansas and Missouri, and constitutes the entire Kansas City Metropolitan area).