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Historic Church Tour St. Mary's Cathedral
"Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception" is the proper name of this church which is the direct successor of the First Catholic Church in Wichita built in 1872. The building you will see was laid in 1906. The tour takes approximately 45-60 minutes. Please call (316) 263-6574 for more information on tours.

First Baptist Church
This church was founded in 1872, and within the three buildings that have been combined, you can see the history through scrapbooks filled with articles and pictures. The tour time for this church is approximately 40-60 minutes. For more information contact (316) 838-7308 or (316) 263-5285

First Presbyterian Church
Come and see the extraordinary stained glass windows that are dedicated to early Wichita settlers. This church's cornerstone was laid in 1910 but the church was actually started in 1870. The tour time is approximately 45-60 minutes. To learn more about this church contact (316) 838-8756.

First United Methodist
This church which is rich with history was originally built in 1870. Tour time for this church is about 30-40 minutes. For more information please contact at (316) 684-6360.

St. John's Episcopal
This gothic styled church is worth your traveling to Wichita for. The cornerstone was laid for this beautiful structure in 1887. The tour takes approximately 30-60 minutes. To tour this church please contact (316) 684-7797

Please contact the Wichita Convention & Visitors Bureau at (316) 265-2800 or (800) 288-9424 with any questions about the Historic Church Tour. This Tour costs $2 per person, per church. The churches require to be notified 30 days in advance. You design your own tour by selecting the churches you want to visit. We are looking forward to see you in Wichita, KS.


Phone: 800-288-9424

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