VR 360 VIDEO | Rural Kansas 1860s Limestone Estate Experience
Be part of me for a tour of a restored limestone property from the 1860s. It encompasses a roofless barn patio, saltwater scorching tub, and a mountaineering path that begins throughout the yard. This gorgeous property is positioned near Manhattan, Kansas, and surrounded by wind-rippled tallgrass prairie. Usually often called The Sunflower State, Kansas’ capital metropolis is Topeka and its largest metropolis is Wichita. Kansas is the inspiration for Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder’s autobiographical book “The Little Residence on the Prairie” and is part of the setting for Victor Fleming’s movie “The Wizard of Oz.” Kansas has plenty of quaint cities with Most necessary Streets that appear like movie models and “yellow brick” roads. Kansas adopted “Residence on the Fluctuate” by Dr. Brewster Higley as a result of the official state tune in 1947.
Filmed with the Rylo 360 digicam.