Abilene

  • Dickinson County Historical Museum   785-263-2681   dchs@ikansas.com
    412 S. Campbell, Abilene, KS 67410
    8:30am-4:30pm, extended summer hours; Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day.
    Admission - life on the plains during the American pioneer movement
     
  • Eisenhower Library & Museum   785-263-4751   Library@eisenhower.nara.gov
    200 S.E. 4th Street, Abilene, KS 67410
    Library: 9am-4:45pm Daily;   Museum & Visitors Center: 8am-5:45pm;   Chapel: 7:30am-dusk
     
  • Greyhound Hall of Fame   785-263-3000   1-800-932-7881   info@greyhoundhalloffame.com
    407 S. Buckeye, Abiliene, KS 67410
    9am-5pm, 7 days week; closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day
    Donation - Greyhound history, dating back to 5,000 B. C.; miniature racetrack ..
     
  • Museum of Independent Telephony   785-263-2681   dchs@ikansas.com
    412 S. Campbell, Abilene, KS 67410
    8:30am-4:30pm; extended summer hours; closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day.
    Admission - early independent telephone system history & displays
     
  • Old Abilene Town & Museum   785-263-4194
    S. E. 6th at Buckeye, Abilene, KS 67410
    Open early spring to late fall during daylight hours
    Donation - Re-creates cowtown Abilene; special activities Memorial Day -Labor Day
     
  • Seelye Mansion & Museum   785-263-1084
    1104 N. Buckeye, Abilene, KS 67410
    A beautiful Georgian home built in the early 1900's
     

  Alden

  • Alden AT&SF Depot   620-534-2425
    P.O. Box 158, Alden, KS 67512

  Anthony

  • Historical Museum of Anthony   620-842-3852
    502 W. Main, Anthony, KS 67003

  Argonia

  • Salter House and Museum   620-435-6990
    Osage & Garfield, Argonia, KS 67004
    1884 home of America's first woman mayor.

  Arkansas City

  Ashland

  • Pioneer-Krier Museum 620-635-2227
    430 W. Fourth (Highway 160), Ashland, KS 67831-0862
    Daily 10-12 & 1-5 · Sunday 1-5
    Pioneer life, fossils, barbed wire, & aerobatic planes. Memorabilia of five famous people: Wes Santee, Harold Krier, Jesse Clair Harper, Jay Berryman and Rodney Hardesty

  Atchison

  • Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum   913-367-4217
    223 N. Terrace St., Atchison, KS 66002
    Open daily 1-4 p.m. Other times by appointment.
    Birthplace and childhood home of the world-famous aviatrix.
     
  • Atchison County Historical Society Museum   913-367-6238
    200 S. Tenth St. / P. O. Box 201, Atchison, KS 66002
    M-F 9-5 Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4
    Museum in restored Santa Fe Depot traces rich history of Atchison County with impressive collection of guns, railroad memorabilia and Amelia Earhart's personal effects.
     
  • Atchison Rail Museum   913-367-2427
    200 S. 10th St., Atchison, KS 66002
    Outdoor collection of railroad cars and locomotive. Viewable year-round, cars open weekends during the summer. Also features miniature train rides weekends May - October.
     
  • Evah C. Cray Historical Home Museum   913-367-1948
    805 North Fifth St, Atchison, KS 66002
    Three-story Victorian mansion with distinctive castle tower completely furnished in elegant style of the Victorian era. Carriage house has unique display of photographs telling story of Amelia Earhart's life.
     
  • Muchnic Art Gallery   913-367-4278
    704 N. 4th St., Atchison, KS 66002
    Open Saturday & Sunday, 1-5 p.m., April - November.
    Queen Anne-style mansion with period furnishings on the first floor and monthly displays of art by regional artists on the second floor.

  Atwood

  • Rawlins County Museum   785-626-3885
    308 State, Atwood, KS 67730

  Augusta

  • Augusta Historical Museum   316-775-5655
    303 State St., Augusta, KS 67010
  • Kansas Museum of Military History   316-775-1425  info@kmmh.org
    135 South Highway 77, Augusta, Kansas 67010
    HOURS -
    April-October: Monday, Closed | Tuesday-Friday, 1 PM to 4 PM | Saturday & Sunday, 1 PM to 5 PM
    November-March: By appointment only
    The Kansas Museum of Military History, formerly Augusta Air Museum, is dedicated to the acquisition, restoration and display of aviation and military history.

top of page   Baldwin City

  • Old Castle Museum   785-594-6809
    515 5th Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006

  Bancroft

  • Bancroft Depot Museum  913-608-5197 or 785-554-9523
    EMail: mary@biltmoretechnology.com
    11006 W. 163rd Terrace, Olathe, Kansas 66062
    Open Sunday 2-4 p.m. May through September. Other times by appointment.
    Historical railroad depot of the KC Wyandotte Northwestern Railroad.

  Baxter Springs

  • Baxter Springs Heritage Center and Museum   620-856-2385
    8th & East Avenue, Baxter Springs, KS 66713
    The Oct. 6, 1863 Baxter Springs Battle between Quantrill and Union General Blunt's troops • a log cabin • Civil War artifacts • Native American Display • Route 66 display

  Bazaar

  • Post Office Museum 620-273-6915 Open by appointment

  Belleville

  Beloit

  Benton

  Bonner Springs

  Burlingame

  Burlington

  Burns

  • Burns Community Historical Museum   620-732-5277
    Main Street, Burns, KS 66840

  Bushton

top of page   Caldwell

  • Border Queen Museum   620-845-2948
    City Park, Caldwell, KS 67022
     
  • Cherokee Strip Center   620-845-2159
    1 N. Main, Caldwell, KS 67022
    1-4 Fri-Sat & 2-5 Sun

  Caney

  • Caney Valley Historical Museum 620-879-2210
    P. O. Box 354 / Fourth & Wood, Caney, KS 67333

  Cassoday

  • Cassoday Historical Museum 620-735-7286   Old Depot
    Washington & Beaumont, Cassoday, KS 66842

  Cedar Vale

  • Cedar Vale Museum   620-758-2590
    618 Cedar, Cedar Vale, KS 67024

  Chanute

  Chapman

  • Kansas Auto Racing Museum   785-922-6644
    1205 Manor Rd., Chapman, KS 67431

  Cherryvale

  • Cherryvale Museum   620-336-3576
    215 East 4th, Cherryvale, KS 67335
    Has articles about The Benders

  Chetopa

  • Chetopa Historical Museum   620-236-7195
    Route 1; P.O. Box 135, Chetopa, KS 67336

  Clay Center

  Clearwater

  • Clearwater Historical Society Museum   620-584-2444
    149 N. 4th, Clearwater, KS 67026

  Clifton

  • Clifton Community Historical Society Museum 785-455-2296
    Clifton & Railroad, Clifton, KS 66937

  Clyde

  • Clyde Community Museum   785-446-2812
    Green & Campbell, Clyde, KS 66938

  Colby

  Coffeyville

  Coldwater

  • Comanche County Historical Museum   620-582-2108
    105 W. Main, Coldwater, KS 67029
    A fine Stan Herd mural on the front

  Columbus

  • Columbus Museum   620-429-2160
    100 S. Tennessee, Columbus, KS 66725

  Concordia

  Cottonwood Falls

  • Chase County Historical Society Museum & Library 620-273-8500
    301 Broadway / P. O. Box 375, Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
    Daily 1-5 except Sunday & Monday
     
  • Roniger Museum   620-273-6310 Indian Artifacts
    Courthouse Square, Cottonwood Falls 66845
    Daily 1:20-4:30 except M&Th

  Council Grove

  Cunningham

  • Cunningham Museum
    107 West First, Cunningham, KS 67035

top of page   Delphos

  • Delphos Museum   785-523-4658
    101 N. Washington (corner of Washington and First), Delphos, KS 67436

  Derby

  • Derby Historical Museum   316-788-3421
    208 N. Westview, Derby, KS 67037

  Dighton

  • Lane County Historical Museum   620-397-5652 [Free]
    333 N. Main, Dighton, KS 67839
    1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday-Saturdays
    Also open Sunday afternoons in summer. - Sod House and Machinery Park

  Dodge City

  • Boot Hill Museum   620-227-8188
    Front & Fifth Streets, Dodge City, KS 67801
    Open year round, daily; closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's - admission.
     
  • Carnegie Center for the Arts   620-225-6388
    701 Second, Dodge City, KS 67801
    Tue.-Fri., noon-5pm; Sat. 11am-3pm; closed January - free
     
  • Mueller-Schmidt House   620-227-6791
    Ford County Historical Society
    112 E. Vine, Dodge City, KS 67801
     
  • Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame   620-225-7311
    603 Fifth, Dodge City, KS 67801
    Open Daily, Memorial weekend thru Labor Day - Free.
    and the Gunfighters Wax Museum - in the Kansas Teacher's Hall of Fame.
    Open Daily, Memorial weekend thru Labor Day - admission.

  Dorrance

  Douglass

  • Douglass Historical Museum   316-746-2319
    318 S. Forest, Douglass, KS 67039

top of page   Edgerton

  El Dorado

  Elkhart

  • Morton County Historical Society   620-697-2833
    US Highway 56, Elkhart, KS 67950

  Ellis

  Ellsworth

  Emporia

  • Lyon County Historical Museum   (620) 340-6310
    118 East Sixth Avenue / Emporia, KS 66801
     
  • Lyon County Historical Archives   (620) 340-6320
    225 East Sixth Avenue
     
  • Eppink Art Gallery
    ESU Campus: King Hall
     
  • Johnston Geology Museum   620-341-5978
    ESU Campus: Cram Hall, 14th and Merchant St.
     
  • Kansas Business Hall of Fame   620-341-5729
    Cremer Hall, Emporia State University
     
  • One Room School Museum   620-341-5301
    ESU Campus: 18th & Merchant
     

  Eureka

top of page   Fairway

  • Shawnee Mission   913-262-0867   State Historic Site
    3403 West 53 Street

  Florence

  • Harvey House   620-878-4474
    3rd & Marion, Florence, KS 66851

  Fort Dodge

  • Old Fort Dodge Museum   620-227-2151
    Fort Dodge, KS 67843
    Site of the Kansas Old Soldiers Home

  Fort Leavenworth--Active U. S. Army Post

  • Frontier Army Museum
    Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027

  Fort Riley--Active U. S. Army Post

  • U.S. Cavalry Museum   785-784-5797
    Building 205 (off Sheridan)
    PO Box 2325, Fort Riley, KS 66442-0325
     
  • 1st Infantry Division Museum
    Building 207 (between Sheridan and Custer)
    Fort Riley, KS 66442
    Phone & Hours: same as U.S. Cavalry Museum
     
  • Custer House   785-239-2737
    Quarters 24 (off Sheridan)
    Fort Riley, KS 66442
     
  • First Territorial Capitol   785-784-5535   State Historic Site
    Buildings 692 & 693 (off Huebner Road - East of Irwin Army Hospital)
    Fort Riley, KS 66442

  Fort Scott

    • Fort Scott National Historic Site   620-223-0310
      Old Fort Blvd, Fort Scott, KS 66701
      Restored frontier Dragoon post with 20 buildings
       
    • Lowell Milken Center   620-223-5443
      4 S. Main, Fort Scott, KS 66701
      The Lowell Milken Center works with schools around the world to teach respect and understanding among all people, by developing history projects about unsung heroes whose actions promote these values, regardless of race, religion and creed.
       
    • Lyons House   620-223-0779 1872 Mansion
      742 S. National, Fort Scott, KS 66701
       
    • Ralph Richards Museum   620-223-9991
      117 S. Main, Fort Scott, KS 66701

      Fredonia

    • Wilson County Museum   620-378-3965
      420 N. Seventh, Fredonia, KS 66736

    top of page   Galva

    • Galva Historical Museum
      Galva, KS 67443

      Garden City

    • Finney County Historical Museum   620-272-3664
      fico.historical@gcnet.com   fax: 620-272-3662
      Finnup Park / 403 S. 4h St. / P.O. Box 796, Garden City, KS 67846

      Gardner

      Garnett

    • Anderson County Historical Museum   785-448-5740
      Sixth Avenue & Highway US 59, Garnett, KS 66032
      Open May 1 - Sept 30; Tuesday - Friday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Other times by appointment. Free Admission.

      Geneseo

    • Geneseo City History Museum   620-824-6250
      708 10th, Geneseo, KS 67444

      Girard

    • Museum of Crawford County 620-724-8592
      Highway 7, Girard, KS 66743
      1886 Museum, stained glass, local artifacts

      Goessel

    • Mennonite Heritage & Agricultural Museum   620-367-8200
      200 N. Poplar, Goessel, KS 67053
      Eight buildings tell the story of Mennonite immigrants from Russia who settled in the area in 1874 and of agricultural history since the latter 1800s. Six of the eight buildings are 100+ years old and were moved to the museum grounds and restored.

      Goodland

    • High Plains Museum   785-890-4595
      museumdir@goodlandks.us
      1717 Cherry, Goodland, KS 67735
      Dioramas and America's first patented helicopter
      Features: Local History Exhibits and Traveling Exhibits; First Patented Helicopter
      Amenities: Welcome Center, Free Admission, Gift Shop, WiFi, Ipad Tours
      Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm MT Monday, Wednesday through Saturday
      1:00pm - 5:00pm MT Sunday (June-August)
    • Carnegie Arts Center 785-899-6442
      120 W. 12th, Goodland, KS 67735
    • 1907 Victorian House
      202 West 13th Street, Goodland, KS

      Great Bend

      Greensburg

    • Kiowa County Historical Museum
      Main Street & Highway 54 / Greensburg, KS 67054
       
    • The Big Well   620-723-2261 or 1-800-207-7369
      315 S Sycamore, Greensburg, KS
      World's largest hand-dug well and 1000 pound pallasite meteorite

      Grenola

    • Grain Elevator Museum 620-358-3241
      Saturday & Sunday 2-4

    top of page   Halstead

      Hanover

      Harper

    • Harper Museum & Art Depot   620-896-2304

      Hays

    • Ellis County Historical Society Museum   (785) 628-2624
      100 W. 7th, Hays, KS 67601
      Old stone chapel; Volga-German house
       
    • Fort Hays   785-625-6812   State Historic Site
      1272 Alternate Hwy 183, Hays, KS 67601
      Old stone buildings from the frontier military post.

    • Sternberg Museum   (785) 628-4286
      3000 Sternberg Drive, Hays KS 67601
      Extensive fossil collection, including "fish within a fish," and animated, life-size dinosaurs.

      Herington

      Hiawatha - museums

    • Brown County Historical Society & Museum   785-742-3330
      611 Utah Street, Hiawatha, KS 66434
      10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tuesday - Saturday ($1.00 Admission)
       
    • Brown County Agriculture Museum   785-742-3702
      East Iowa Street, Hiawatha, KS 66434
      More windmills than you'd believe!

      Highland

    • Native American Heritage Museum   785-442-3304
      (formerly Iowa, Sac & Fox)   State Historic Site
      One mile north of U.S. 36, two miles east of Highland
       
    • Yost Art Gallery   785-442-6000
      Highland Community College, 101 North Elmira, Highland, KS 66035

      Hill City

      Hillsboro

    • Hillsboro Museums
      Call for appointements (advance reservations recommended) 620-947-3162

      Hoisington

    • Hoisington Historical Society
      120 E. 2nd · Hoisington, KS 67544

      Holton

      Howard

    • Benson Museum   620-374-2142
      Country Schoolhouse & Teacher's Quarters Authentic old school
      Gragg Museum   Farm Implements

      Hoxie

    • Mickey's Museum   785-675-3501
      Highway 24, Hoxie, KS 67740

      Hugoton

      Humboldt

    • Humboldt Historical Museum   620-473-2250, 620-473-3464
      416 North Second · Humboldt, KS 66748
      Open Sat. & Sun., 1:30pm-4:30pm, Memorial Day weekend thru the Second weekend in October, or anytime by appointment. No admission fee/Five Buildings

      Hutchinson

    • Hutchinson Art Center   620-663-1081
      405 N. Washington · Hutchinson, KS 67501
      Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
      Saturday-Sunday 2:00-4:00p.m.
      Closed Monday
       
    • Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center   620-662-2305
      1110 N. Plum · Hutchinson, KS 67501
       
    • Kansas Kids Museum   620-669-5156
      Hutchinson Mall
      1500 East 11th Avenue C-15 · Hutchinson, KS 67501-3702
      kansaskidsmuseum@gmail.com   facebook: Kansas Kids Museum   twitter: KsKidsMuseum
      Hands-on family learning activities, science, life skills, field trips & birthday party ideas.

    •  
    • The Kansas Underground Salt Museum   620-662-1184
      100 S Walnut · PO Box 664 · Hutchinson, KS 67502-0664
       
    • Reno County Historical Society   620-662-1184
      100 S. Walnut · Hutchinson, KS 67501

    top of page   Independence

    • Independence Historical Museum   (620) 331-3515
      8th & Myrtle · Independence, KS 67301
       
    • Independence Science & Technology Center   (620) 331-1999, or toll free 1-888-312-1999
      125 S. Penn Avenue · Independence, KS 67301
       
    • Montgomery County Historical Society  (620) 331-3770
      1 Riverside Park Shelter House · Independence, KS 67301

      Ingalls

    • Santa Fe Trail Museum 620-335-5220
      204 S. Main · Ingalls, KS

      Inman

      Iola

    • The Old Jail Museum   620-365-3051
      203 N. Jefferson
    • Allen County Museum   620-365-3051
      20 S. Washington Ave (on the Courthouse Square)
    • The Major General Frederick Funston Boyhood Home 620-365-3051  
      14 S. Washington Ave (on the Courthouse Square)

    top of page   Jennings

      Jetmore

      Jewell

      Johnson City

      Junction City

    • Geary County Historical Society Museum   785-238-1666
      520 N. Adams (6th & Adams Street), Junction City, KS 66441
      In an old stone school
       
    • Junction City Art Gallery (Junction City Arts Council)   785-762-2581
      107 W. Seventh St.
      Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5; Saturday, noon-4. Hours may vary, please call.
      Features rotating art exhibits highlighting Kansas Artists

    top of page   Kanopolis

    • Fort Harker Museum   785-472-5733
      309 W. Ohio, Kanopolis, KS 67454

      Kansas City, Kansas

      Kingman

      Kinsley

    • Carnival Heritage Hall of Fame
       
    • Edwards County Historical Society Museum   620-659-2420
      Highway 56-50, Kinsley, KS 67547
      10:00 AM - 5:00 PM May - September

      Kiowa

    • Kiowa Historical Society
      107 N. Seventh Street, Kiowa, KS 67070
      In the old city building/jail

    top of page   La Crosse

      La Cygne

    • La Cygne Historical Society Museum (913) 757-2101
      300 N. Broadway / RR1 Box 9, La Cygne, KS 66040 Replicas of presidents and wives dolls made by WPS workers in 1930s; Indian (Miami Indians) artifacts; antique machinery.

      Lakin

      Lansing

    • Lansing Historical Museum   (913) 351-1887
      115 E. Kansas, Lansing, KS 66043

      Larned

      Lawrence

    • Watkins Community Museum of History   785-841-4109
      1047 Massachusetts Street (11th & Massachusetts), Lawrence, KS 66044
         No admission charge.
       
    • The University of Kansas
      • Natural History Museum
        Dyche Hall, Lawrence, KS 66045-2454
        Visitor services 785-864-4450 / Administration 785-864-4540
      • Spencer Museum of Art   785-864-4710
        1301 Mississippi St., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045
            Admission is free; donations are welcome.
      • Museum of Anthropology   785-864-4245
        Spooner Hall (at 14th and Jayhawk Blvd), Lawrence, KS 66045

      Leavenworth

    • First City Museum   (913) 682-1866
      C.W. Parker Carousel Museum
      National Fred Harvey Museum
      Museums sponsored by the Leavenworth Historical Museum Association, Inc.
      743 Delaware, Leavenworth, KS 66048
      Open Thur., Fri., & Sat., 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. - Admission is free.
       
    • Leavenworth County Historical Society - Carroll House Museum   913-682-7759
      1128 Fifth Avenue, Leavenworth, KS 66048

      Lecompton

    • Constitution Hall   785-887-6520   State Historic Site
      315 Elmore Street
      Hours: 10:00a.m.-5:00p.m., Wed. - Sat. · No admission fee.
    • Territorial Capitol/Lane Museum 785-887-6148 or 785-887-6285
      609 E. Woodson
      Hours: 11am-4pm Wed thru Sat; 1pm-5pm Sun. · No admission fee.
    • Territorial Democratic Headquarters at Bald Eagle River View Park 785-887-6148 or 785-887-6285
      E. 2nd Street
      Dawn to Dusk Daily · No admission fee

      Lenexa

    • Legler Barn Museum   913-492-0038
      14907 West 87th Street Parkway. / Lenexa, Kansas 66215-4135

      Leoti

      Liberal

      Lincoln

    • Kyne House Museum   785-524-9997
      Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln, KS 67455
       
    • Post Rock Scout Museum   785-524-5383   postrockscoutmuseum@yahoo.com   (Open by appointment)
      161 East Lincoln Ave., Lincoln, KS 67455
      Exhibits of Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, Girl Guides, 4-H, Pioneer Girls, Girl Reserves, etc.
      Located in the Cummins Block Building (listed on the National Register of Historic Places)

    • Drug Store Museum   785-524-5383  
      161 East Lincoln Ave., Lincoln, KS 67455
      1880's to 1920's pharmacy history with bottles, equipment, herbal remedies and cures, quackery equipment, and lots more, with tours and demonstrations. Located in the historic Cummins Block Building. Open most afternoons and by appointment.

      Lindsborg

    • Birger Sandzen Gallery   785-227-2220
      Bethany College / 401 N. First, Lindsborg, KS 67456
      1:00-5:00 Wednesday through Sunday
      An awesome collection of the famous Swedish-American artist and some of his student's work lovingly displayed.
       
    • McPherson County Old Mill Museum 785-227-3595
      120 Mill St. / P.O. Box 94, Lindsborg, KS 67456
      Monday-Saturdayá 9 am-5 pm, Sundayá 1-5 pm
      Research library & archives of McPherson County history open: Tuesday-Friday 9-5; other times by appointment.á Please call ahead for appointment
       
    • Red Barn Studio Museum   785-227-2217
      212 S. Main, Lindsborg, KS 67456

      Logan

    • Dane G. Hansen Museum 785-689-4846
      110 W. Main (P. O. Box 187), Logan, KS 67646
       
    • Logan Historical Museum

      Lucas

    • Garden of Eden 2nd & Kansas
       
    • Grassroots Art Center   785-525-6118   grassroots@wtciweb.com
      213 S. Main Street, Lucas, KS 67648
      19 Kansas self-taught, outsider recycled art environments; limestone outdoor courtyard is a tribute to stone masons who created decorative carved work in the native limestone from 1860-1920.

      Lyndon

    • Osage County Historical Society Museum   785-828-3477
      631 Topeka, Lyndon, KS 66451

      Lyons

    top of page   Manhattan

    • American Museum of Baking   785-537-4750
      1213 Bakers Way, Manhattan, KS 66502
      Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
      Closed Saturday & Sunday
       
    • Manhattan Center for the Arts   785-537-4420
      1520 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502
      Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
      Closed Saturday-Sunday
       
    • Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art  at KSU   785-532-7718
      701 Beach Lane, Manhattan, KS 66506
      Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
      Saturday & Sunday 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.;
      Closed Monday
       
    • Riley County Historical Museum 785-565-6490
      2309 Claflin Road, Manhattan, KS 66502
      *This includes Goodnow House Museum, Wolff House Museum, Riley County Historical Society, and Library. The library is accessible only by appointment.
      Hours: Tuesday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
      Saturday-Sunday 2:00-5:00 p.m.
      Closed Monday
       
    • Strecker-Nelson Gallery 785-537-2099
      406 1/2 Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66502
      Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am -6pm

      Mankato

      Marion

      Marysville

          See the bronze statue of the Pony Express rider
     

      McCracken

    • McCracken Historical Museum   785-394-2540 or 785-394-2446
      200 Main Street, McCracken, KS 67556
      In old rock jail - open by appointment

      McPherson

      Meade

      Medicine Lodge

    • Carrie Nation House   620-886-3553
      Highway 160, Medicine Lodge, KS 67104
      Restored home of famous anti-alcohol and anti-tobacco crusader
       
    • The Stockade Museum   620-886-3553
      Highway 160, Medicine Lodge, KS 67104

      Minneapolis

    • Ottawa County Historical Museum   785-392-3621
      110 S. Concord, Minneapolis, KS 67467

      Montezuma

    • Stauth Memorial Museum   620-846-2527 Opened February 24, 1996
      111 N. Aztec, Montezuma, KS 67867
      Hours: 9-12 & 1-4 Tue-Fri and 1:30-4:30 Sat & Sun

      Mound City

    • Mound City Historic Park (913) 795-2029 or (913) 795-2269
      Mound City, KS 66056
      A whole village of historical buildings

      Mulvane

    • Mulvane Historical Museum   316-777-0506
      300 W. Main, Mulvane, KS 67110

    top of page   Neodesha

    • Norman No. 1 Museum   620-325-5316
      First & Main, Neodesha, KS
      Includes outdoor replica of the 1st oil well west of the Mississippi

      Ness City

      Newton

      Nicodemus

    • Nicodemus National Historic Site   785-839-4233
      304 Washington Ave., Nicodemus, KS 67625-3015
      The oldest and only remaining all Black Town west of the Mississippi River.

      North Newton

      Norton

    top of page   Oakley

    • Fick Fossil & History Museum   785-672-4839
      700 West Third, Oakley, KS 67748
      Mon-Sat 9:30-Noon & 1:00-5:00
      Fossils, wood carvings, branding irons, wildflowers

      Oberlin

      Olathe

    • Ensor Farmsite and Museum   913-856-6454
      18995 W. 183rd St., Olathe, KS (about four miles S of Olathe, one mile E of 169 Hwy)
      1890 barn made of rough sawed lumber and wooden pegged beams.
      Open: June-Sept., Fri-Sun 1-5p.m & Special appt. 913-856-6454
      Groups may schedule special tours during May & Sept. by calling 913-592-4141.
       
    • Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop & Farm   913-782-6972
      1100 Kansas City Rd, Olathe, KS 66061

      Osawatomie

      Osborne

    • Osborne County Historical Museum   785-346-2626 or 346-2418
      At the junction of US-24 & US-281

      Oswego

    • Oswego Historical Museum & Log Cabin   620-795-4500
      410 Commercial, Oswego, KS

      Ottawa

    top of page   Parker

      Paola

    • Swan River Museum   913-294-4940
      10 East Peoria, Paola, KS 66071
      Indian artifacts, turn of century items, genealogy library, art gallery of local artists.  
      Hours: Monday - Saturday; 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.

      Parsons

    • Parsons Historical Society   620-421-3382
      401 S. Corning, Parsons, KS
      Furniture, tools, clothing, & pictures

    • Iron Horse Musueum   620-421-1959
      18th & Corning, Parsons, KS
      History of Railroads

      Pawnee Rock

      Peabody

    • Peabody Historical Museum   620-983-2174
      East Division, Peabody, KS

      Phillipsburg

      Pittsburg

    • Crawford County Historical Museum   620-231-1440
      Route 69 & 29th Street, Pittsburg, KS 66762

      Pleasanton

      Pratt

    top of page   Ramona

    • Dirt Gambler's Museum - open by appointment, 785-965-7110
      301 D Street

      Republic

      Riley

    • Arts & Memories     (785) 485-2876   Email: artsmem@kansas.net
      223 S. Broadway, Riley, KS 66531
      Town memories, rocks, fossils, military, and four generation collection, 1781-1970's.

      Rose Hill

    • Rose Hill Historical Museum
      106 S. Main St., Rose Hill, KS 67133
      Open: 2nd and 4th Saturdays each month, 10a.m. to 2p.m. and by appointment. No admission fee.

      Russell

    • Deines Cultural Center   785-483-3742   Email: deinescenter@russellks.net
      820 North Main, Russell, KS 67655
      Monthly shows of regional artists; rotating exhibit of the wood engravings of E. Hubert Deines
       
    • Fossil Station Museum   785-483-3637
      331 Kansas St, Russell, KS 67655
      In old Russell county jail
       
    • Oil Patch Museum   785-483-6640
      I-70 & US 281, Russell, KS 67665
      Covers history of the oil industry in Kansas
       
            The Russell County Historical Society site has a map to the historical museums.

      Russell Springs

    • Butterfield Trail Museum   785-751-4242
      Russell Springs, KS 67755

    top of page   Salina

    • Yesteryear Museum (Central Kansas Flywheels)  785-825-8473
      1100 W. Diamond Dr., Salina, Ks 67401
      Started with agricultural items, grew into domestic & many other areas. 300,000 sq. ft., 4 bldgs.

    • Smoky Hill Museum   785-309-5776
      211 W. Iron Ave., Salina, KS 67402

    • Salina Art Center   785-827-1431
      242 S. Santa Fe, Salina, KS 67402

      Scandia

      Scott City

    • Keystone Gallery   620-872-2762
      401 US 83, Scott City, KS 67871
      Halfway between Scott City and Oakley

      Sedan

      Seneca

    • Nemaha County Historical Museum 785-336-6366
      Sixth & Nemaha, Seneca, KS 66538

      Shawnee

      St. Francis

      St. Marys

    • St. Marys Historical Society Indian Pay Station and Museum 785-437-6600
      111 East Mission, St. Marys, KS 66536
      Open daily 1:00 - 4:00 and by appointment: call Laural Jackson 785-437-2356
      Oldest building (1857) in Pottawatomie County; was an Indian agency and Pay Station to the Pottawatomie. Early 1800 artifacts; recreated general store.

      St. Paul

    • Osage Mission - Neosho County Museum   620-449-2320
      203 Washington Street, Saint Paul, KS 66771
      The Osage Mission was one of the very early settlements in Kansas (1847) and played a large part in the settlement of Southeast Kansas and other areas in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Wyoming.

      Stafford

      Stockton

    • Rooks County Museum   785-425-7217
      South Highway 183, Stockton, KS 67669
      See the log hotel while you're in Stockton

      Studley

    • Cottonwood Ranch   785-627-5866   State Historic Site
      Five miles west of Morland on K-24.

      Sublette

    • Haskell County Historical Museum   620-675-8344
      N. Fairgrounds, Sublette, KS 67877

      Sylvan Grove

      Syracuse

      Tonganoxie

    top of page   Topeka

    • Alice C. Sabatini Gallery   (785) 580-4400
      Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
      1515 SW 10th Ave, Topeka, KS 66604-1374
       
    • Brown vs Board of Education National Historic Site   (785) 354-4273
      "The story of Brown v. Board of Education, which ended legal segregation in public schools, is one of hope and courage."
      1515 Southeast Monroe St., Topeka
       
    • Combat Air Museum   (785) 862-3303
      Hangars 602-604 "J" Street, Forbes Field, Topeka
       
    • The Great Overland Station   (785) 232-5533
      701 North Kansas Avenue / PO Box 8792, Topeka, KS 66608
       
    • Kansas Children's Discovery Center     (785) 783-8300
      4400 S. W. Tenth Ave.
      "Educational exhibit areas create an immersive environment filled with opportunities for a variety of unique learning experiences. We like to call itůSerious Fun!"
       
    • Kansas Museum of History,   Kansas State Historical Society
      6425 S. W. Sixth
      Presenting the state's history from prehistoric times to the present.
       
    • Mulvane Art Museum, Washburn University
      Hours: 10:00-7:00 Tue-Wed, 10:00-4:00 Thu-Fri, 1:00-4:00 Sat-Sun
       
    • Museum of the Kansas National Guard   785-862-1020
      6700 S.W. Topeka Blvd, Bldg 301 (at the entrance to Forbes Field)
      Hours: 10am - 4pm   Tues.-Sat.; Sunday by appointment.
       
    • Historic Ward-Meade Park & Botanical Gardens   (785) 368-3888
      124 N.W. Fillmore St.
      Six acres of living history
       
    • The Heartland Orthodox Christian Museum   785-234-5993
      523 SW Van Buren Street
      "...Telling the story of Greek, Lebanese, Russian, and Serbian immigrants in the heartland"
       
    • Topeka Art Guild Gallery   (785) 273-7646   taggallery@carrollsweb.com
      5331 SW 22nd Place, Topeka, KS 66614

      Towanda

      Trading Post

    • Trading Post Museum   (913) 352-6441   Email: awitradingpostmuseum@ckt.net
      Trading Post, KS - Hwy 69, mile marker 96 - beside the Trading Post cemetery
      An eclectic collection of treasures, as well as Tubb's Cabin, and a one room school house

    top of page   Udall

    • Udall Community Historical Society
      113 E.First, Udall, KS 67146
      Donation · Wed. 3-5 & Sun. 1-4

      Ulysses

    • Grant County Museum   620-356-3009
      300 E. Highway 160 - P. O. box 906, Ulysses, KS 67880
      Tue-Fri 10-5 / Sat & Sun 1-5

    top of page   Valley Center

    • Valley Center Cultural & Historical Museum
      112 N. Meridian, Valley Center, KS
      Building erected 1879 as First Methodist parsonage

      Valley Falls.

    • Valley Falls Historical Society   785-945-6698
      310 Broadway, Valley Falls, KS 66088
      Saturday 10:30 - 4:00 and by appointment
      Library, archives, museum: changing exhibits

    top of page   WaKeeney

    • Trego County Museum   785-743-2964
      S. Thirteenth, WaKeeney, KS

      Wakefield

    • Wakefield Museum   785-461-5516
      604 6th Street, Wakefield, KS 67487

      Wallace

      Wamego

    • Oz Museum   785-458-TOTO or toll-free: 1-866-458-TOTO
      511 Lincoln, Wamego, KS 66547
    • Wamego Historical Museum   785-325-2284
      East Fourth, Wamego, KS 66968
      Includes historic Dutch Mill, one-room school, old jail, & log cabin

      Washington

    • Washington County Museum & Log Cabin   785-325-2198
      P. O. Box 31 / 216 Ballard, Washington, KS 66968
      Mon. - Fri. 9am-12pm, 1pm - 4pm
      Sun. 2pm - 4 pm
      Early drugstore & barber shop

      Wellington

      Westmoreland

    • Rock Creek Valley Historical Society Museum Complex (785) 457-3624
      Sixth & State, Westmoreland, KS 66549
      Three museum buildings plus a two story log cabin
      Open afternoons from Memorial Day to Labor Day

      Wichita

      Wilson

    • Czech Opera House & Museum   785-658-3343
      Highway 40, Wilson, KS 67490

      Winfield

    top of page   Yates Center

    • Woodson County Historical Museum
      208 West Mary, Yates Center, KS 66783

    top of page   Zenda

    • Zenda Community Museum 620-243-5531
      Zenda, KS 67139
      If you're in Zenda, ask to see the model buildings upstairs over the city library.
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