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Atlanta, Kansas

Atlanta, Kansas

Founded as a railroad cattle shipping point, this small Kansas town played a prominent role in the early oil boom. Though no longer a center of cattle and oil and burned to the ground twice, main street Atlanta stands as an example of the resiliency and determination of Cowley County people. Visitors should look for the Caboose museum, old-time shops, craft and antique stores, old stone arch bridges and barns.

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Things to do near Atlanta, KS

The Gas Pump

The Gas Pump displays oil and gas related memorabilia along with other antiques. ...

The Old Onaga Hotel (B&B)

Onaga's "new" hotel officially opened to the traveling public in 1900 and its broad front porch still welcomes visitors to On...

Santa Fe Trail Ruts

Still etched in the prairie, the 175-year-old Santa Fe Trail ruts carved their niche in our nation's history by helping move ...