Historic Sites

Boot Hill Museum
Dodge City, Kansas

Step back into the 1870's as you walk down the boardwalk of Front Street at Boot Hill M

Brown V. Board Of Education National Historic Site
Topeka, Kansas

The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v.

Carnegie Arts Center
Dodge City, Kansas

Formerly the library in Dodge City , this building was established sometime prior to 19

Constitution Hall
Lecompton, Kansas

James Henry Lane had a significant impact on Kansas history and is

Cottonwood Ranch
Hoxie, Kansas

John Fenton Pratt had no idea when he started building his ranch th

Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum
Abilene, Kansas

Visitors can tour the nineteenth-century wood-frame house, located on its original site

First Territorial Capitol
Fort Riley, Kansas

Governor Andrew Reeder picked this location, away from the proslave

Fort Dodge
Fort Dodge, Kansas

Situated on a site once used as a camping ground by wagon trains, Fort Dodge was a supp

Fort Hays
Hays, Kansas

Generals George A.

Goodnow House
Manhattan, Kansas

A visit to the Goodnow House is more than a glimpse into domestic l

Grinter Place
Kansas City, Kansas

A trip to Grinter Place isn’t just a look inside the oldest home in

Hollenberg Pony Express Station
Hanover, Kansas

One can almost hear the thundering of horse hooves and the creak of

John Brown Museum
Osawatomie, Kansas

Reverend Samuel Adair and his wife, Florella were peaceful abolitio

Kansas Museum Of History
Topeka, Kansas

Award-winning exhibits on the state's colorful past fill the spacious main gallery at t

Kaw Mission
Council Grove, Kansas

The Kaw Mission is more than just a museum that tells the story of

Koester House Museum
Marysville, Kansas

Still luxuriously furnished with the Koester belongings, including family portraits, cl

Lyon County Historical Museum
Emporia, Kansas

The Lyon County Museum and Historical Society was founded in 1937.

Mcpherson County Old Mill Museum
Lindsborg, Kansas

The Smoky Valley Roller Mill was built in 1898.  Unlike a grist mill which uses stones,

Mid America All Indian Center Museum
Wichita, Kansas

Exhibits of traditional artifacts and contemporary art depict the Native American cultu

Mine Creek Battlefield
Pleasanton, Kansas

On October 25, 1864, approximately 2,800 Union troops attacked and

Mueller Schmidt House Museum
Dodge City, Kansas

In an 1882 bird's-eye view of Dodge City, the Mueller-Schmidt House is proudly perched

Native American Heritage Museum
Highland, Kansas

Share in the journey of the Great Lakes Indian tribes who were forc

Nicodemus National Historic Site
Nicodemus, Kansas

This was once an all-black town settled by former slaves fleeing the south in 1877 afte

Old Cowtown Museum
Wichita, Kansas

A thriving community all its own, Cowtown gives visitors a true taste of the myths, tru

Pawnee Indian Museum
Republic, Kansas

The Pawnee Nation was the dominant power of the Central Plains for

Pawnee Rock State Park
Pawnee Rock, Kansas

To travelers on the Santa Fe Trail, this sandstone citadel marked the halfway point of

Pioneer Krier Museum
Ashland, Kansas

When the Clark County Historical Socity was organized in 1939, it was with the understa

Pony Express Barn Museum
Marysville, Kansas

Though the Pony Express only ran mail across the frontier for 18 months between 1860 an

Shawnee Indian Mission
Fairway, Kansas

In the 19th century, Americans wanted more land and settlement moved west.

Shawnee Town Museum
Shawnee, Kansas

The area now comprising Shawnee, Kansas is rich with history and examples of characteri