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El Dorado, Kansas

El Dorado, Kansas

El Dorado, Kansas exhibits a rich history of development and innovation. Our modern city maintains its humble roots while offering some of the finest shopping, restaurants, museums and recreation in the area. Offering a wide variety of industrial and civic opportunities, El Dorado proudly upholds its motto, “The Fine Art of Living Well.”

Touring local museums and art rooms will provide the quintessential cultural experience. Home to four museums and several additional memorials, exhibits, and sculptures, it is nearly effortless to spend an afternoon immersed in the arts. A mere walk through our historic downtown can offer not only an educational experience as visitors are exposed to sixteen unique sculptures, but also distinctive dining and shopping opportunities. From chocolate and summer dresses to fine wines and flowers, you’ll find it in El Dorado.

The “Living Well” motto extends its hands far beyond the arts. El Dorado is home to outdoor offerings for all ages. Enjoy the fall foliage on the bike path, cheer on the Broncos summer baseball team, or beat the heat at one of our two splash parks. Located just northeast of downtown, El Dorado Lake offers 8,000 acres of liquid fun and 4,000 acres of developed parks and recreation areas. Amenities include a variety of hiking, biking and horse trails, nearly 1,100 campsites and ten rentable cabins. Our gateway to the beautiful tall grass prairie of the Flint Hills will delight you.

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William Allen White Monument

The commemorative marble monument honors the Pulitzer Prize winning editor who was reared in El Dorado.

William Allen White

The world beat a path to the cluttered desk of William Allen White, publisher of a small daily newspaper, The Emporia Gazette in Kansas.

El Dorado, KS Monuments

Butler County Courthouse

The historic Butler County Courthouse was built in 1909. Its Romanesque Style was designed by famed architect, George P. Washburn. Its terrazzo floors are still intact and reflect its elegant history. The first woman jury in Kansas met here in 1912.

El Dorado, KS Historic Courthouses


Things to do near El Dorado, KS