The Kaw City Museum was established in the railroad station of "old" Kaw City when the depot was moved from the old town site to the new location on the hill overlooking the Arkansas River valley.
The depot was finished in 1903 by the Eastern Oklahoma Railway Co. It was the "
With heavy emphasis on the history and preservation of Kaw Nation's artifacts, the Kansa Museum has frequently changing displays. The museum has recently featured some of the tribe's most significant artifacts.