Liberal, Kansas is named for the liberality of its first lone settler, who freely shared water with travelers despite its scarcity. Though we have grown to a city of more than 21,000 residents, Liberal, Kansas endeavors to preserve our heritage of hospitality. We urge you to explore our website and to let us know how we can help.
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Liberal is on the eastern edge of the Hugoton Field, the largest national gas field in North America and second largest in the world.
National Helium opened in Liberal, Kansas in 1963 and is the largest helium plant in the world.
The Seward County Activity Center in Liberal, Kansas can accommodate meetings, conventions, trade shows and exhibitions for 10 to 2,000 people.