Downtown Wichita - 120 E. 1st St N.

The LUX is set on developing a unique sense of community and place in Downtown Wichita while keeping true to the building's original 1950s character. It's modern, Downtown living—in a city that is in the midst of a great revitalization! Join us.

Become a part of a Downtown community at The LUX.

Downtown Events

SnowGlobe ICT
Thursday, November 30
River City Brewing Co.

SnowGlobe ICT is a Christmas themed pop-up located at Wichita's original brewpub, River City Brewing Co.

With an insane amount of Christmas decorations and lights, the entire brewpub from inside to the enclosed outdoor patio will be transformed to make you feel as though you are eating and drinking inside an actual Christmas snow globe winter wonderland.

Reserve your spot today!*

*Reservations will be for 90 minutes. Please note you will not be seated until your entire party has arrived.
Your 90 minutes begins at the time scheduled, not when you are seated so please be sure your guests arrive a little early.
We want you to enjoy the entire time here and not be rushed.

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"A Cabaret Christmas"
Thursday, November 30
Roxy's Downtown

A musical, sketch-comedy review featuring some of. Wichita's finest entertainers.  Join us for our 2nd annual tradition...think Dean Martin, Saturday Night Live, the Golddiggers, and all things of Christmas past.

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Dome Theater Shows at Exploration Place
Thursday, November 30
Exploration Place


Experience the Beauty and Wonder of the Sunflower State

Exploration Place, Kansas’ premier science museum, has created a movie experience like no other! Filmed from the unique perspective of a drone, Kansas: An Immersive Dome Experience presents the beauty and wonder of the Sunflower State in the breathtaking format of a giant dome theater. Now playing in The Dome.

Run time: 25 minutes


When strange bones are discovered in a muddy Kansas river bank, paleontologists set out to investigate a mystery buried in time. Through ultra-realistic 3-D computer animation Sea Monsters takes audiences back to the Late Cretaceous, when the sea was dominated by giant marine reptiles, some as large as present-day whales. Get up close and personal with some of the dinosaur age’s most fearsome marine reptiles.

Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure transports the audience back to the Late Cretaceous, when a great inland sea divided North America. The film connects paleontology digs from around the globe into a compelling story about scientists working as detectives to answer questions about this ancient and mysterious ocean world.

Stunning photo-realistic computer-generated animation transports audiences back to the Late Cretaceous, when a great inland ocean divided North America in two. The film will follow a curious and adventurous dolichorynchops (familiarly known as a ‘dolly’) as she travels through life’s stages, experiencing the world from her spot near the bottom of the food chain. Along the way, she’ll encounter long-necked pleisosaurs, giant turtles, enormous fish, ferocious flippered crocs, fierce sharks, and the most dangerous sea monsters of all, the mosasaurs.

THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (Starting June 22)

Embark on a cosmic odyssey in celebration of Pink Floyd’s 50th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon planetarium show in The Dome. Journey through a cosmic realm that pays tribute to Pink Floyd’s enduring legacy. Vibrant colors and mesmerizing animations synchronize with the timeless tracks, immersive visuals and powerful emotions evoked by this legendary album. This is the only large-screen film endorsed by the band itself.

Don’t miss this special opportunity to celebrate Pink Floyd’s musical masterpiece in an unforgettable setting.


Contact Erin Manning at (316) 660-0600 or
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What We Collect
Thursday, November 30
Mid-America All-Indian Museum

Explore exhibits at Mid-American All-Indian Museum. Until the end of the 2023 year, explore What We Collect. This exhibit highlights objects donated to the museum with historical background.

Contact Mid-America All-Indian Museum at (316) 265-2800 or
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Voices from the Drum
Thursday, November 30
Mid-America All-Indian Museum

This traveling exhibition created by Osage Nation Museum and the Osage Nation Foundation features 20 drums and shares the important role of the instruments within the Osage community.

The exhibition is thematically arranged to examine how the artists approached the drum, through their culture, their artistic vision, and in relationship to the annual I Lonschka dance. In addition to the 20 drums, the exhibition also includes fine art and a digital display.

The exhibit assembles the creativity, knowledge and talent of 19 practicing artists including: Norman Akers, Dante Biss-Grayson, Joe Don Brave, June Carpenter, Sarah Elsberry, Anita Fields, Yatika Fields, Jessica Moore Harjo, Kilan Jacobs, Jonathan Lunsford, Harleigh Moore, Ted Moore, Vanessa Moore, Rock Pipestem, Wendy Ponca, Alex Ponca Stock, Jon Red Corn, Addie Roanhorse, and Jen Tiger.

Contact Erin Raux at (316) 350-3340 or
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