The gorgeous Mansion Rooms incorporate the ornate woodwork from the historic Governor’s Mansion, built in 1887 at the corner of 8th and Buchanan. That house served as Kansas Governors’ first home for 61 years until Cedar Crest took over the role in the 1960’s. Luckily many of its historic and beautiful elements were added to Topeka’s new Ramada Downtown when it was built in 1963. Even though the hotel has undergone some renovations in its 50 years of Topeka service, these rooms still remain a great piece of Kansas history.  The rooms consist of the Parlor, Dining Room, Library, Oval Room and Gold Room. Each has its own special character that tells a piece of Topeka history.


These Rooms are great for:

• Birthdays
• Reunions
• Conferences
• Baby Showers
• Tastings
• Team Building

Capacity seats up to 100.
1,635 Sq. Feet



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