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Lincoln County Courthouse


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Lincoln County Courthouse The Lincoln County Courthouse is a limestone monument completed in 1900, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Most of the facility exists as it was originally hand crafted, and it continues as the administrative and judicial seat of county government.


Address: 206 E. Lincoln Avenue

Come visit us in Lincoln, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Post Rock Scout Museum

Located in the beautiful Cummins Block Building and listed on the National Registry of Historic Places

Lincoln, KS Museums

Stone Double-Arch Bridge

It was a meeting place for three different ethnic groups in the settling days of the area.

Lincoln, KS Historic Bridges

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.

Lincoln, KS Museums

Marshall-Yohe House

The Marshall-Yohe House is a Victorian mansion with original furnishings including hand-painted dolls and china. Forty-five minute guided tours are available.

Lincoln, KS Historic Homes

Lincoln County Courthouse

The Lincoln County Courthouse is a limestone monument completed in 1900, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Most of the facility exists as it was originally hand crafted, and it continues as the administrative and judicial seat of county government.

Lincoln, KS Historic Courthouses

Things to do Historic Courthouses near Lincoln, KS