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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Kansas is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Visiting the state of Kansas is bound to be a holiday to remember, but to get around you are going to need a car. There are wide spaces to traverse between population centres and attractions, and public transport outside of city limits is minimal. So, for car hire in Kansas look no further than Alamo, who have a wide selection of up-to-date vehicles waiting for you on arrival at Wichita Airport. Simply book online for a hassle-free pick-up, and set out to explore America's heartland.
There is much to see in Wichita itself, including Botanica: the Wichita Gardens, which incorporates 24 different themed gardens. The Old Cowtown Museum recreates Wichita's western frontier past with over sixty historic buildings on 23 acres of land, while the Mid-America All-Indian Centre is dedicated to Native American art, history and culture, especially the Plains Indians who originally occupied the state. The Kansas Aviation Museum commemorates Wichita's history as the former Air Capital of the World.
Anyone with an interest in the history of the Old West, or a love of western books and films, will be in their element in Kansas. With a hire car from Alamo you can trace many of the old trails, such as the Chisholm Trail along which cows were herded from San Antonio in Texas to Abilene in Kansas. Other historic trails include those mapped out by the explorers Lewis and Clark, the Pony Express, and the Santa Fe Trail from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, Mexico.
Close to the Santa Fe Trail, and 151 miles west of Wichita, is the most famous western town of all, Dodge City, where many museums and landmarks acknowledge the city's famous past. Boot Hill Museum and Cemetery are essential for revisiting the days of local gunmen Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.
The Oz Museum in Wamego celebrates Kansas' other great claim to fame, Frank L Baum's Wizard of Oz books, and the subsequent film starring Judy Garland as Dorothy. 42 miles west of Topeka, Wamego can be reached from the north or south via the K-99 State Highway, nicknamed 'the Road to Oz.' Closer to Wichita, the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Centre in Hutchinson contains both American and Russian artefacts from the golden age of space exploration.
However you choose to spend your time in Kansas, Alamo car hire is the easiest and most reliable way to find your own personal Yellow Brick Road.