Kids Activities in Derby


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  • Derby Bowl
    At Derby Family Entertainment Center, bowlers coast toward high scores atop 24 lanes outfitted with automatic scoring and bumpers for younger guests. On the weekends, cosmic bowling casts a celestial glow across frames. And during karaoke Fridays, competitors exchange balls for a microphone to serenade nearby pins until they fall over or at least pick up the bar tab. Away from the synthetic playing field, a 1,100-square-foot arcade jingles and jangles with games for all ages, and cheers leak out from inside Kegler's Sports Bar and Grill, which often broadcasts WSU or Kansas City Chiefs games on a massive, 60-inch screen.
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    444 S Baltimore Ave
    Derby, KS US
  • Roller City
    Roller City's floor is made from northern maple hardwood with a polyurethane coating. In non-jargon, that basically translates to an optimal surface for smooth skating. Skaters of all stripes have come here since 1994 to glide, cruise, and figure-eight across the maple rotunda. It also hosts birthday parties as well as events like Christian family skate night, with contemporary Christian music serving as the soundtrack for family skating. Also onsite are Skate Mate Trainers?training equipment for children that helps them learn balance and perfect skating on their own.
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    3234 S Meridian Ave
    Wichita, KS US
  • The Kansas African American Museum
    Housed in the one-time Calvary Baptist Church built in 1917 by members of the city's thriving black community, The Kansas African American Museum is a history and cultural center that tells the story of the African-American experience in Kansas. With historical photographs, authentic African artifacts, constantly changing exhibits, and artwork from past and current artists, the museum helps visitors get a glimpse of life from the 1800s to the present.
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    601 N. Water
    Wichita, KS US
  • Restore Joy and Hope
    In the 1950s, Joyland was a thriving amusement park, but it closed down in recent years. That's where Joyland Restoration Project comes in. This nonprofit group has been working diligently to restore the park, preserving its vintage feel while adding new rides, restaurants, and other modern touches. To fuel their efforts, they host fundraising events such as Horrorwood, a haunted house that spooks visitors throughout October.
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    PO Box 3111
    Wichita, KS US
  • Grandview Equestrian Center
    The comfortable lodgings and ample riding arenas at Grandview Equestrian Center evince the thoughtful design of experienced equestrians. Horse trainer David Mellot and his fiancé and longtime partner, Kris, oversee a sprawling boarding facility masterminded by architect David Haines and outfitted with modern amenities, such as pine boxcar walls, automatic watering systems, and on-site laundry. David, Kris, and new instructor Christy put new riders in the saddle with year-round lessons, teaching how to build rapport with a mare and parallel-park a stallion on a residential street.
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    1818 S 127th Street East
    Wichita, KS US
  • Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum
    In 1919, discouraged that artifacts of Wichita and Sedgwick County were disappearing, the Sedgwick County Pioneer Society began collecting and displaying historical items in the Sedgwick County Courthouse. Nearly a century later, what began as a modest collection of early memorabilia has expanded to nearly 70,000 Sedgwick County and Wichita-related artifacts, which together trace the history of the region from 1865 to the present. Now housed in Wichita?s original, renovated City Hall, the collection?s photographs, clothing, decorative arts, and household items enrich award-winning exhibits that tell tale of the area?s Buffalo-hunting days, Great Depression?era dust storms, and aircraft industry. The museum is also home to three re-created environments from the region?s past. The garage re-creation holds a 1916 Jones Six automobile, the only such Wichita-built vehicle on public exhibit, and the drug store reproduces the feel of the popular early 20th-century neighborhood gathering place. Over in the Wichita Cottage, seven rooms of a Victorian-style 19th-century home house authentic period items such as a wooden icebox, a gas-and-electric ceiling light fixture, and the earliest electric guitars.
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    204 S Main St.
    Wichita, KS US

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