We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Keeper of the Plains stands at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas rivers with hands raised in supplication to the Great Spirit. Renowned Kiowa-Comanche artist Blackbear Bosin donated the Keeper of the Plains to the citizens of Wichita...more
All reviews arkansas rivers ring of fire beautiful statue indian center pedestrian bridge mid america native american fire show walk along the river nice walk black beans exploration place downtown wichita walk around nice place to visit art museum in town
The statue is amazing. Theres walking paths around, down to the river. I learned some great info from the multiple displays. And there is so many other fun things to do in the park.
The rocky pathway and lush landscaping made a great spot for...More
We walked the bridge to The Keeper of the Plains. It had very interesting facts about the Indians. It is very cool how The Keeper is looking out over the water. Families and couples both were enjoying the area.
We went to see the Keeper of the Plains, it's a beautiful place , very clean and the paths are winding and made for a wonderful afternoon. My only thing is we saw the Keeper in the day and won't be back to see him...More
This is a magnificent statue set of the point where the Arkansas River and Little Arkansas River meet.
1. The meeting of these two rivers is actually considered sacred land in some native beliefs, so have a blast but try to be respectful.
I think the city has done an excellent, excellent job with the walking paths along the river and the bridges connecting the keeper to both sides. The Keeper is cool but a bit underwhelming after having heard about it from some locals.
The statue is a permanent etched in my memories, but this time I was able to walk around and see the displays around the base of the stature. It adds so much to the statue itself. We'll have to go back again one day to...More
No it’s not unsafe, my husband and I parked in the parking lot and walked over to the exhibition. There were many families with children all running around. I also saw single woman going for a walk in the area so I wouldn’t... More
No it’s not unsafe, my husband and I parked in the parking lot and walked over to the exhibition. There were many families with children all running around. I also saw single woman going for a walk in the area so I wouldn’t say it were unsafe.