Delano Wichita is located in the great state of Kansas, and was founded 135 years ago and named after Columbus Delano, Secretary of the Interior under President Ulysses S. Grant. In 1870, Delano became a critical cattle-shipping center on the Chisholm Trail. Today, Delano Wichita offers a variety of historic, cultural, artistic and sporting attractions to visit including museums, public art, public parks, and sports centers. , Delano also boasts a variety of unique shops, restaurants, bars, hotels, and entertainment surrounding these sites. Delano offers many museums filled with historical, artistic, and cultural exhibits. Guests can visit museums such as Exploration Place, Society of decorative painters, Old Cowtown Museum, MidAmerica All-Indian Center, the Witchita Art Museum, and Botanica, the Wichita Gardens. Public Art can be seen throughout Delano such as the Ben F. McLean Memorial Fountain, the Chisholm Trail Marker, the Delano Clock Tower, the Light Sculpture, and the Keeper of the Plains. Delano Park, Seneca Park, the West Side Athletic Field, Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, and the Witchita Ice Center are available for recreation, leisure, or to watch sporting events. While visiting these attractions, visitors can also enjoy the many shops, restaurants, bars, hotels, and entertainment that Delano Wichita has to offer.