We know Top City loves food trucks. We’ve seen you salivate and converge in droves at previous
Friday, October 7, 2016 9:00 AM by Michaela
When you’re planning where to dine, what to see and where to play in Topeka, Kansas, count on us. The official blog of Visit Topeka brings you what’s new, what’s coming and Topeka’s hidden gems so you can experience the best of #TopCity.
Michaela is vice president of brand strategy at Visit Topeka and the Greater Topeka Partnership. She's a Topeka-transplant from North Dakota by way of Iowa and Nebraska and she's full of #TopCity ❤️.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 1:18 PM by Michaela
September 24 will be one sweet Saturday in Downtown Topeka.
The possibilities are almost endless at
They say travel is good for your brain. New experiences, meeting new people, hearing another language, tasting new foods and learning new customs actually grow the brain. Being exposed to all of that can even make you more empathetic -- more willing to understand someone else. Personally, I’d say it also lets you get more jokes, make friends and most importantly, it helps you better understand that each of us is part of a much broader world.
Monday, May 2, 2016 4:00 PM by Michaela
If you’re looking for vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free food, here’s a short list of Topeka’s hot spots. There are lots! We've even been named a Vegetarian-friendly city by PETA.
Unless you’re an experienced storm chaser, severe weather isn’t something you typically plan for during a family vacation or business trip. Being in an unfamiliar area can make severe weather conditions even more stressful. We want to encourage everyone to stay alert to weather conditions and review the following severe weather information.
Did you make it to Tulip Time Festival Day at the Lake on April 17? If not, make plans now for 2017 because this is a Topeka tradition you don’t want to miss.
The annual Tulip Time Festival was named a Top 100 Event for Groups by the American Bus Association.
Take a free historic building tour or a free dome tour weekdays. Tours last approximately 40 minutes. Make a reservation online or by phone at 785.296.3966. Can't make it to a tour? Pick up a self-guided tour brochure from the Capitol Visitors Center and explore on your own.
Topeka is full of surprises. Visit Topeka can arrange full tours of the Capital City that can be catered to interests of the people attending, themes and more. Check out our Past, Present and Future tour below, which represents where Topeka has been, where it is today and where Top City is heading.