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The 5 Most Instagrammable Spots To Visit In Kansas 

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We are often in the habit of taking pictures of beautiful sceneries and posting them on Instagram to help us stay connected with the beautiful memories. Kansas, also known as “The Sunflower State” and “The Wheat State,” is one of these places where we can easily find beautiful spots to take Instagram photos.

The stunning state perfectly represents classic America, from its traditional Western music and cowboy culture to its rich American Indian heritage. In this post, we will look at the top five destinations in Kansas that are perfect for Instagram photos. You can also visit BonusFinder for everything Kansas related. Without further ado, the five most Instagrammable spots to visit in Kansas include the following:

1.    Mushroom Rock State Park, Kansas

Hoodoos are a unique type of rock formation that can be found in abundance at Mushroom Rock State Park. These unusual formations are caused by uneven weathering and erosion, making the rocks appear like mushrooms. Because of its one-of-a-kind surroundings, the tiny state park has been named one of the “Eight Wonders of Kansas Geography.” Some of the rocks have writing on them that is several generations old. This shows that Native Americans and pioneers have used the rocks as landmarks and meeting places for a long time.

2.    Drinkwater & Schriver Mill In Cedar Point, Kansas

The Drinkwater and Schriver Flour Mill, also known as the Cedar Point Mill, has been a well-known landmark in the state of Kansas since 1875 when the stone building that we see today was completed. The mill was originally a sawmill and stood near a stone dam on the Cottonwood River. The mill is now on the National Register of Historic Places and is a historical landmark set in idyllic surroundings. The mill and the river both serve as reminders of pioneer America. The mill is currently being renovated to represent this era to visitors better.

3.    Sauer Castle, Kansas

The Sauer Castle in Kansas City is an extraordinary gothic-style mansion. Several generations of the Sauer family lived there. Many people believe the house is haunted because of the unfortunate history of its former residents. Disease, suicide, drowning, and, most recently, vandalism have occurred in the house. This means that the castle’s renovations face an uncertain future. Whether cursed or not, the castle has beautiful architecture and grounds that are worth seeing.

4.    Kansas Lavender Field

A significant amount of lavender is grown in Topeka and the communities that are located in its immediate vicinity. There are many farms in Kansas that specialize in growing and selling lavender. Their products include honey made from lavender, raw lavender, and even upholstered furniture that has been infused with lavender. On some farms, you might be able to pick your lavender when the harvest season rolls around. It is an experience that will stay with you for the rest of your life, just as the sight of acres upon acres of lavender spread out across the plains of Kansas will. The heady and floral aroma of the lavender will stay with you.

5.    Oxford Mill, Kansas

Oxford is a historically significant location in Kansas, and the Ninnescah River plays an important role in the city’s economy. Because it has been producing flour for many years, the Oxford Mill is the most well-known landmark in the community. Currently, the mill is rented to a nearby school for use in community events. Recent repairs have been made, but the exterior’s charming appearance and peaceful setting have been preserved. You are strongly advised to visit the nearby Carriage House, Oxford’s first brick building and an excellent example of early 19th century American architecture.



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