Loud and proud is the Equality House in Topeka, KS! With pride gleaming from it's rainbow walls and the house next door covered in pink, blue, and white, Topeka's most colorful, and many say, most prominent attraction; stands out and up for equality! Showing not only the Pride of Topeka, but the Pride throughout the U.S., the houses are an attraction with meaning. From those locations to the Rainbow Walk in the NOTO Arts District, Topeka is full of color! Murals line the streets of the art district and are popping up all over town. Pinkadilly always has Pride gifts on hand and shows of all colors are held just down the street at Studio 62!
NOTO Arts and Entertainment District
The NOTO Arts & Entertainment District is full of just that, arts and entertainment! From local shops with unique flair to eateries and a brewery,...
From painting to entertainment to a bar stocked with drinks! Studio 62 is your home away from home for live shows, music, and drag! Come for the...
The Charles Curtis story begins with Topeka and culminates with his role as the United States' first Read More