Introduction to Bel Aire, Kansas
Bel Aire, Kansas, in Sedgwick county, is located 5 miles NE of Wichita, Kansas. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Wichita metropolitan area. Bel Aire contains a population of approximately 5,836.
Bel Aire History
Bel Aire is a city in the Sedgwick County, which was founded in February 1867. The county was named in the honor of General John Sedgwick. Bel Aire is located in the Wichita Metropolitan Area.
Bel Aire and nearby Attractions
- Kansas Aviation Museum
- Museum of World Treasures
- El Dorado State Park
- Omnisphere and Science Center
- Wichita Art Museum
Things To Do In Bel Aire
The Cheney State Park has facilities for fishing, sailing and picnic. There are a number of museums incluidng the Wichita - Sedgwick County Historical Museum and the Harvey County Historical Society Museum. While in Bel Aire you can even visit the local churches such as the Church of the Resurrection and the Bel Aire Church of the Nazarene.
Bel Aire Transportation
The Wichita Mid -Continent Airport provides air transportation facilities.
Bel Aire Higher Education
Wichita State University, Butler County Community College, Cowley County Community College, Friends University, and many other colleges and universities offer facilities for higher education.