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Nicknamed the 'Round Mound of Sound,' The Cotillion has been a staple when it comes to entertainment in Wichita. Built in 1960, this gem of a venue has hosted various outstanding live music performances. In the past this stellar venue, with its beautifully illuminated stage, has featured legends such Louis Armstrong, Muddy Waters and B.B. King. Music-admirers from far away cities still flock to the venue to watch their favorite artists. Apart from concerts, the venue also hosts comedy shows, grand wedding receptions and other major events.
The museum is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of historical objects and artifacts of Kingman County. Located in a beautiful 1888 historic building, which once served as a firehouse, a jail and city hall, the museum has two towers, i.e. a bell tower and a fire hose tower. Apart from the towers, the most striking feature of the museum building are its two murals, i.e. the Stan Herd mural, depicting Clyde Cessna making his maiden flight in his first airplane, and the second mural showing William Cannonball Greene driving a stagecoach between Kingman and Pratt. Furthermore, the gallery on the second floor has long mural showcasing scenes from Kingman history. Exhibits on the main floor of the museum change on a regular basis, while the second floor hosts permanent exhibits.
The West 21st Warren is one of the most beloved movie theaters in Wichita. Enjoy some of the most popular movies out today on a fun evening out. The Hollywood Canteen is the onsite restaurant; it's a replica of an old soda fountain, a charming place to have a meal before your movie starts. Although there is no waiter service in the theater, you can take your food into the auditorium to enjoy while you watch your film.