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Kyne House Museum


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Kyne House Museum This limestone house, home to early pioneers Timothy and Bridget Kyne, was built in 1885 by Timothy. Among the featured pieces are a pie safe and table that were also built by Timothy.

Two additions provide more display space, and the one-room Topsy School is also in the museum complex.

The Kyne House, owned & operated by the Lincoln County Historical Society, is listed on the Kansas Registry of Historic Places.


Hours: Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. or by chance or appointment.
Address: 217 W Lincoln
Phone: 785-524-9997
Our Website:www.lincolnks.org

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