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Cedar Crest, Topeka

#5 of 6 in Historic Sites in Topeka
Government Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Kansas Governor's Residence, also known as Cedar Crest, is the official residence of the Governor of Kansas. Built in 1928 and bequeathed to the state in 1955, it became the governor's residence in 1962.
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  • Cedar Crest is the Kansas Governor residence. Beautiful grounds, park. Walking trails are open to the public.  more »
  • There are several walking trails through the woods and also down to the fishing ponds. My wife and I really enjoy the wooded walks as there are plenty of birds and critters to see.  more »
  • Beautiful place to visit/tour! Everyone is very welcoming!
  • Wondrous history and the current governor is ETHICAL and INTELLIGENT and HAS A CONSCIENCE !

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