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Enterprise Rental Cars in Olathe, KS

Things to do in Olathe

StageCoach When traveling sometimes you just need to stop and see what is offered in the area. While traveling through Olathe, Kansas you need to stop by the Mahaffie Statecoach stop & Farm historic Site. At this site is the last working Stagecoach Stop along the Santa Fe Trail. It’s a great place to stop and spend a few hours. There is a small museum that has a lot of cool interactive exhibits that are entertaining for both kids and adults. The museum is only a small part of the attraction. The big attraction is the stagecoach ride. Kids and adults are welcome to take a short ride in a horse drawn stage coach. It’s a bumpy ride but worth it. I’ve never bee in a stage coach before and I most likely never will again. Its an experience that is worth the $6 admission for the museum. It runs at the half hour every hour when the site is open. After the stage coach ride we got to take a look at the farm, it’s a working farmstead where they milk cows, raise chickens, and oxen’s. Each day they also bake a cade made in a traditional 1800’s way in the original mid-1800’s oven. I can’t remember how hot it gets, but the staff was very friendly and informative. There are always a few people walking around both guests and staff so its not hard to get some great information about the farm and the area.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has the best rental cars in town, their cars and trucks are always new and in great condition. Its quick and easy to get started just select a location to the right.

15500 W 117TH ST

1610 E SANTA FE ST

What to eat in Olathe

My Big Fat Greek Restaurant When traveling sometimes you just need to stop and see what is offered in the area. While traveling through Olathe, Kansas you need to stop by the Mahaffie Statecoach stop & Farm historic Site. At this site is the last working Stagecoach Stop along the Santa Fe Trail. It’s a great place to stop and spend a few hours. There is a small museum that has a lot of cool interactive exhibits that are entertaining for both kids and adults. The museum is only a small part of the attraction. The big attraction is the stagecoach ride. Kids and adults are welcome to take a short ride in a horse drawn stage coach. It’s a bumpy ride but worth it. I’ve never bee in a stage coach before and I most likely never will again. Its an experience that is worth the $6 admission for the museum. It runs at the half hour every hour when the site is open. After the stage coach ride we got to take a look at the farm, it’s a working farmstead where they milk cows, raise chickens, and oxen’s. Each day they also bake a cade made in a traditional 1800’s way in the original mid-1800’s oven. I can’t remember how hot it gets, but the staff was very friendly and informative. There are always a few people walking around both guests and staff so its not hard to get some great information about the farm and the area.