TYPES OF CASINOS IN KANSAS
There are two different types of casinos in Kansas with four Kansas casinos that are state owned and operated, plus there are five Indian casinos in Kansas.
STATE-OPERATED CASINOS IN KANSAS
No information is released about the payback percentages on electronic gaming machines at state-operated casinos in Kansas. However, gaming regulations require that all machines return no less than 87%.
Unlike casinos in many other states, the slot machine payback statistics for Kansas are not released as a matter of public record. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for casinos in all U.S. states.
INDIAN CASINOS IN KANSAS
The Indian casinos in Kansas do not release information on their slot machine payback percentages. However, according to tribal-state compacts, “the minimum payback percentage for electronic gaming devices is 80%.”
Unless otherwise noted, all state-run casinos in Kansas, as well as all Indian casinos, are open 24 hours and offer the following games: slot machines, video poker, video keno, blackjack, craps and roulette. Other games include: poker, pai gow poker, mini-baccarat, let it ride, Mississippi stud, three card poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em and bingo. The minimum gambling age is 21 at all Kansas casinos.
There are only three Kansas casinos with hotels: Kansas Star Casino Hotel, Kansas Crossing Casino and Hotel, and the Prairie Band Casino and Resort.
There are no casinos in Wichita, Kansas. The closest casino would be the Kansas Star casino in Mulvane, about 17 miles south. To see a list of all casinos in Kansas City, be sure to visit our Kansas City casinos page
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Shown below is a list of all Kansas casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular Kansas casino.
- 7th Street Casino
- Boot Hill Casino & Resort
- Casino White Cloud
- Golden Eagle Casino
- Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway
- Kansas Crossing Casino Hotel
- Kansas Star Casino Hotel
- Prairie Band Casino & Resort
- Sac & Fox Casino
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For information on visiting Kansas casinos, or for general tourism information, call the state’s tourism department at (785) 296-2009 or visit their web site at www.travelks.com
TOP THINGS TO DO IN KANSAS
Kansas is a state with a rich history, as well as a serene and tranquil ambiance, plus it is a great place to go if you want to experience the authentic flavor of the Great Plains. The state attracts lots of tourists from dinosaur enthusiasts to Elvis lovers. Some of the best things to do in Kansas are listed below.
Botanica Wichita Gardens
This is year-round attraction is located in the city of Wichita and is a top place to go if you are a nature lover or garden enthusiast. The garden houses 30 themed gardens that you can explore including the imaginative and educational Downing Children’s Garden as well as the Monster Woods. The garden is a family-friendly attraction not to be missed while in Kansas. Highlights of the garden include the butterfly gardens and the koi pond pavilions. You will be amazed by the picturesque scenery of this garden and also get to see over 4,000 species of plants.
Kansas State Capitol
This is an educational tourist attraction not to be missed on your vacation in Kansas. The complex covers about 20 acres and can be found in the heart of downtown Topeka. It is a great place to go if you are an architecture lover. This building has French Renaissance-style architecture and it took about 37 years to complete. The best way to explore here is by going on public tours where you will get to see and enjoy sculptures, murals, and regular programs that are ongoing. You should also make sure you go on the free Dome Tour if you are capable of walking the 296 steps where you will enjoy close-up views of the dome and panoramic views of Topeka.
Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
This national preserve can be found in the Kansas Flint Hills and it is the spot to go if you want to see the majesty of the tallgrass prairie. The best ways to explore this national preserve are by bus tour, hiking the area by yourself, or going on a self-guided cell phone tour. The best times to experience the tallgrass prairie are during the many special events that are scheduled throughout the year, such as during open-air symphony concerts.
Evel Knievel Museum
Evel Knievel was an American daredevil who wowed audiences with his nerve-wracking motorcycle stunts. The Evel Knievel Museum can be found in Topeka and is filled with a mind-blowing collection of artifacts and information about this legend. The museum is located in two stories and houses collections that range from Evel Knievel’s motorcycles and helmets to his colorful costumes. This museum is a great place to go if you are an adventure lover as you can try out the 4D Jump Experience or the Broken Bones interactive display.
Spencer Museum of Art
The Spencer Museum of Art is a great place to go for art lovers and is the only art museum in the state which houses over 45,000 pieces in all forms of media. The collection can be found on the University of Kansas and you will get to experience art in an interdisciplinary way. The museum features permanent collections of Asian, African, American, European, Native American, and Latin American arts. There are also temporary exhibits which focus on numerous artists and mediums and visitor programs throughout the year that will engage art lovers on a deeper level.
This speedway is a great place to go if you are a race car lover. Built in 2001, the speedway can be found in Kansas City and it is popularly known for its magnificent fan experience as it hosts over 200 motorsports events throughout the year. The track also hosts two NASCAR touring series races and is home to special events throughout the year including concerts. If you are a race fan, you can try out the garage experience or the pre-race passes where you can get close-up interaction with the drivers and the track. Richard Petty’s Driving Experience that is available at this Speedway several times a year.