Updated: Apr. 20, 2020
We are regularly updating this post, so check back often as new options become available.

Local businesses who have had to close their physical doors during this time need our support more than ever. Here are some ways you can help support your favorite shops, restaurants and attractions.

Purchase Items Online

  • Jenny Dawn Cellars has taken their Wineucation virtual. Visit their Facebook page each Thursday at 7pm (central) and taste 1 or 2 wines, talk about the winemaking process, learn more about Jenny Dawn Cellars, and wrap up with a live Q&A session. The series begins 4/23 and is free to attend but attendees are encouraged to purchase the wines in advance to increase enjoyment and level of participation. For deliveries in the state of Kansas, wine can be purchased here (outside of Kansas can be purchased here).

  • Reverie Roasters has coffee and merch (and gift cards) available through their online store with $5 shipping on orders up to $49 (free shipping for orders $50+). They will also be open on Saturdays from 10am-1pm for pick-ups (directly behind the main cafe at 114 N. Madison Ave) where you can browse 12 oz. bags to purchase or order and pay online in advance.

  • Zeep is offering online orders to be shipped and/or picked up curbside. Shipping is even free on larger orders. It’s a great way to keep these handmade products stocked for you or to give as gifts. 

  • Small businesses that don’t yet have online shopping set up are still taking orders. If you have a skin care product you regularly purchase at Bungalow 26, for example, you can send an order via Facebook, email or place a telephone order.

  • The Workroom is using social media and FaceTime concierge services to promote its products while its doors are closed. They are offering car door delivery at their location, free porch drop off within 10 miles and free shipping on orders over $50. They will mail gift certificates at no cost, too.

  • Urban Interiors is encouraging customers to purchase items over the phone (316-295-2314) or set up a personal shopping appointment to browse in-store, just you and one associate.

  • Cocoa Dolce is offering free shipping on online orders over $75, and $5 shipping on orders over $50, through April 5. Select boxed assortments are currently 15% off, and everything will be 30% off on Easter.

Find more unique Wichita shops.


Purchase a Yearly Pass

  • While the Sedgwick County Zoo is temporarily closed, they are bringing the zoo to the public with increased posts through their social media channels, including daily live virtual visits on their Facebook where keepers take you behind the scenes with some of the zoo’s residents. Additionally, you can support the zoo by purchasing zoo memberships and animal encounters – either for yourself or for gifts. 

  • Tanganyika Wildlife Park has created a Connect & Preserve promise: If you purchase a season pass and are unable to visit at least one time throughout the 2020 season, they will carryover your season pass into the 2021 season.

  • Exploration Place, Kansas’ premier science center, may be temporarily closed but you can still purchase a membership for yourself, family or friends. Don’t forget to follow them on social as they are busy creating Stay at Home STEM digital programs and creating live science shows!

Search for other Wichita museums and attractions to support.

Purchase Gift Cards

Whether it’s early Christmas shopping, for out of town friends’ birthdays, or for your family to enjoy later, purchasing gift cards is an excellent way to reduce your stress and to help local businesses.

We don’t want to miss anyone so if you know of any other businesses with these offerings, please email us at info@VisitWichita.com.