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Marysville, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

City Park Historic Displays

After the Union Pacific Railroad converted to diesel power in the early 1950s, Marysville, a crew-change point, asked for and received the great old steam locomotive on display in City Park, a Baldwin Consolidation 2-8-0, built in 1901 for UP, later used for short-line freight hauls.

Marysville, KS Railroad History

Pusch-Randell-Anderson Home

[Pusch-Randell-Anderson Home] Just east of the Historic Koester Block is one of Marysville's finest houses, the F.S. "Bud" Anderson home. Built in 1904

Marysville, KS Historic Homes

Hutchinson House

The Hutchinson House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built by Perry Hutchinson in 1872, this French Renaissance architectural style home is now a private residence.

Marysville, KS Historic Homes

Historic Courthouse Museum

One of Marysville's great old landmarks is the Historic Marshall County Courthouse. Built in 1891, the brick-faced Romanesque gem has columns of polished red granite. "Justice" stands out in terra-cotta in cornices above the second-floor windows. It is listed on the

Marysville, KS Museums

Country Club Lake

Country Club Lake offers a small playground, a sandy area, fishing and is a great area for kite flying!

Marysville, KS Recreation

Things to do near Marysville, KS

Pony Creek Lake Fishing Report

This is just to remind you that fishing reports are given with the best intentions to help you catch fish. And do remember fi...

"City of Beautiful Maples"

Hiawatha well deserves the title. The tree-lined streets of the city display many hard maples. Residents have planted and cul...

Kickapoo Nation Reservation (Kiikaapoaki)

The Kickapoo Nation Reservation is the second largest Indian reservation in the State of Kansas, covering an area of 6,570 ac...