New Year’s Eve in Topeka Kansas in 2014 – welcome to the Capitol City
Situated along the Kansas River in the central part of Shawnee County, Topeka is the capital city of the state of Kansas and the county seat of the Shawnee County. The city population at the last census was over 127,000, whereas the population of the Metropolitan area went up to 234,000. The New Year’s Eve in Topeka Kansas in 2014 will mean unravelling the heritage and traditions of a unique place.
Topeka offers many things to do to visitors of all ages. From exploring the family attractions within beautiful Gage Park to the heart-pounding excitement of the NHRA Kansas Nationals, there is something to do for all tourists choosing to spend their New Year’s Eve in Topeka Kansas in 2014. North Topeka Arts District offers an amazing First Friday artwalk, filled with an amazing mix of all kinds of art, music, food, shopping and fun. The Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Park takes visitors into the life of prairie pioneer while exploring the historic town square. Spectacular murals and architecture, unique boutiques and a variety of venues and upmarket clubs complete the picture of this fantastic city.