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515 S. Main Suite 115 67202

Meet in Wichita, the Heart of the Country

We invite you to plan your next meeting in Wichita, the Heart of the Country. Centrally, located in Kansas, Wichita exudes friendliness and ingenuity as the Air Capital of the World. From the locals you meet at the 50-plus attractions and museums to the 1,200-plus eateries,planning a meeting couldn't be easier or more affordable in this Midwest destination. Groups love the destination’s amenities, affordability, and welcoming spirit. Attendees get excited about experiencing everything from behind-the-scenes animal encounters and innovative breweries to concert venues and multiple shopping districts. Visit Wichita, today, and fall in love with our city. Learn more at or call and speak to a friendly sales manager at 316-265-2800.

Getting Here

When you meet in Wichita, not only will you discover Wichita’s state-of-the-art Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport is a breeze to navigate, but you’ll find the airport itself is serviced by all major air carriers with easy nonstop flights. Recently, new direct flight options to Phoenix, Miami and Washington D. C. were announced, making traveling to the Air Capital of the World from as far west as California and Washington, northeast to our nation’s capital and southeast to Florida possible from 16 U.S. cities. United Airlines Travelers who don’t want to commute the 10 hours by car from Chicago or seven hours from Denver can get a nonstop flight. In under two hours, United will bring travelers to Wichita from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. American Airlines With its hub located at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, American Airlines flies nonstop to Wichita several times a day from DFW. The airline also transports travelers on daily flights to Wichita from Chicago in about two hours. American Airlines offers seasonal flights to the Miami International Airport and daily flights to and from Pheonix's Sky Harbor International Airport. The carrier will also begin transporting commuters directly between Wichita and the Washington Reagan National Airport on daily flights beginning January 2024. Southwest Airlines Southwest offers a few flight options directly into Wichita. St. Louis passengers can enjoy a short flight of about an hour and a half. Those flying from Denver can arrive in about the same amount of time. Southwest Airlines also offers nonstop flights into Wichita from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Las Vegas. Delta Air Lines Atlanta travelers can choose from several nonstop flights and arrive in just over two hours. The airline also offers one flight per day nonstop from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, allowing travelers to be here in less than two hours versus the nine-hour drive. Allegiant Air Low-cost air carrier Allegiant Air offers nonstop service to Wichita on select days. Travel from three locations in Florida, including the St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport, Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport and the Orlando-Sanford International Airport. Or fly from Las Vegas, LA and the Phoenix-Mesa Getaway Airport. Alaska Airlines Commuters can board a plane at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and arrive in Wichita in about three and a half hours.

Distance from airport

  • Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport

    6 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

Bradley Fair at Wilson Estates

From colorful sidewalks and storefronts, to an open-air plaza, you'll discover more of what you want at Bradley Fair. The 53 stores and restaurants offer unique shopping, dining and entertainment.
2000 N Rock Road
Wichita, KS

Towne East Square

The fashion destination of Wichita, Towne East Square is a two-level shopping center anchored by Dillard’s, JC Penney, Von Maur and more than 150 other stores. Plans are underway for a multi-million dollar redevelopment complete with the addition of SCHEELS, a destination sporting goods and entertainment store.
7700 E. Kellogg
Wichita, KS

Old Town Entertainment District

This re-imagined shopping district dates back to the 1870s. Old railway warehouses take on new lives as restaurants, hotels, clubs and shops. Browse vintage treasures, home decorations, local artwork or pick up a souvenir. It’s also home to the Old Town Farm and Art Market featuring more than 100 vendors throughout the year, selling fresh food, handmade goods, and more.
151 N. Rock Island St.
Wichta, KS

Exploration Place

As the state’s premier science center, Exploration Place inspires the next generation of thinkers and doers with memorable, tactile opportunities to learn, grow and question. Here, children and adults alike will experience the joy of discovery.
300 N. McLean Blvd.
Wichita, KS, US

Riverfront Stadium/Wichita Windsurge

he $75 million Riverfront Stadium is the new home of the Wichita Wind Surge, the Minnesota Twins-affiliated Double-A team. The first game was played in May of 2021, and crowds are loving the experience of downtown baseball.
275 S. McLean Blvd.
Wichta, KS

Sedgwick County Zoo

The #1 tourist attraction in Kansas and the 7th largest zoological park in the US, Sedgwick County Zoo invites guests to come face-to-face with animals from around the globe. Whether visiting for the wildlife or an event on-site, guests will marvel at this 250-acre home to more than 3,000 animals.
5555 W. Zoo Blvd.
Wichita, KS, US

INTRUST Bank Arena

Located in the heart of downtown Wichita, this modern, state-of-the-art arena seats more than 15,000 people for large-scale concerts, sporting events and other forms of entertainment. It’s filled with multiple food options, a gift shop and plenty of meeting space. INTRUST Bank Arena has been the home to both Men’s and Women’s NCAA Division 1 basketball tournaments, as well as performance acts from Chris Stapleton to Sesame Street Live.
500 E. Waterman St.
Wichita, KS, US


Where animal lovers go wild, Tanganyika Wildlife Park is one of the only places in the country where guests can hand-feed lemurs and interact directly with some of the world's rarest and most endangered animals. With three venue spaces, this premiere event facility can accommodate a wide variety of celebrations and occasions.
1000 S. Hawkins Lane
Goddard, KS, US

Convention Centers

  • Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center

    Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center is a state of the art convention center with ample meeting space with over 190,000 sq ft of exhibit space and 28,000 of meeting space providing exceptional amenities making it one of the most favourites!

    • Exhibit Space110,000 sq. ft.
      Total meeting space203,250 sq. ft.



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