Posted in Kansas Attractions December 07, 2015 by Annie These 12 Perfectly Picturesque Small Towns In Kansas Are Delightful How well do YOU know Kansas? Sure, you know all about Topeka, Wichita and Kansas City; but have you heard of (or visited) any of these 12 picturesque Kansas towns? 1. Cottonwood Falls Flickr/turcottes78 Tucked away in the Flint Hills is the rural town of Cottonwood Falls. With a population of just under 1,000, this charming town features a bustling downtown area complete with shops, restaurants, and even the historic Chase County Courthouse (pictured). 2. Abilene Flickr/The All-Nite Images Do you want to know what I love most about Abilene? No, it isn't the museums, dining options, or shops (though those are a huge plus in my book); it's the gorgeous, well cared for homes that line the streets! 3. Wamego Flickr/John G. Walter Wizard of Oz fans rejoice, as Wamego is home to the famed Oz Museum, Winery, and Toto's Tacoz (pictured). 4. Atchison Flickr/Kansas Tourism Why does everyone love Amelia Earhart's hometown? Visit one of the art museums, theaters, or Glacial Hills Scenic Byway just once and you will too! 5. Hays Chestnut Street District Facebook When visiting Hays, be sure to take in the Chestnut Street District. Follow the brick-paved-road to find darling boutiques, tantalizing brews, and maybe even another surprise or two! 6. Lindsborg Flickr/Franklin B Thompson The next time you visit "Little Sweden USA," grab a Wild Dalas of Lindsborg Official Guide and try to locate the entire herd during your visit! 7. Dodge City Flickr/Kevin Harber Visit the Boot Hill Museum in Dodge and travel back to a time of can-can dancers, cowboy shootouts, and good old home-style cooking you won't find anywhere else. 8. Council Grove Flickr/Keith Wondra The historic (and tasty) Hays House Restaurant and Tavern is reason enough for Council Grove to make the list, yet there is so much more to love about this quaint little town! 9. Wilson Flickr/Kansas Tourism Next July, make plans to visit the "Czech Capital of Kansas" for their annual After Harvest Czech Festival, featuring authentic foods, entertainment, and so much more! 10. Fort Scott Flickr/Franklin B Thompson What's not to love about taking a trolley ride through a lovely small town? After you finish window shopping, head over to the Fort Scott National Historic Site for an experience you won't soon forget. 11. Pittsburg Flickr/Eje Gustafsson Honor those who fought for our freedom at the stunning Pittsburg State Veterans Memorial Amphitheater, which is paved with 3,244 names. 12. WaKeeney WaKeeney 'Tis the season, so why not celebrate in the Christmas City of the High Plains? Which small Kansas town is your favorite? Tell me in the comments! OnlyInYourState may earn compensation through affiliate links in this article.