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Rush County Historical Museum


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Rush County Historical Museum Housed in an old Santa Fe Depot which has been moved from Timken, Kansas, a town famous for its early family ties with the Timken Roller Bearing Company.

This building filled with artifacts peculiar to this area from early pioneer days, displays everything from a partial rolling pin collection, military items from the conflicts of this century, to old cash registers, typewriters, farm tools and baby shoes to wedding dresses from long ago. There is also a corner dedicated to the showing of the tortuous equipment used in a rural doctor's office of long ago.

Come spend a delightful morning or afternoon exploring the past with us.


Admission: Donations appreciated
Hours: Open: May through Mid September
Mon - Sat. - 10:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Sundays - 1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.
Address: 202 West 1st Street
Phone: 785-222 -2719
Our Email: historical@rushcounty.org
Our Website:www.rushcounty.org/RushHistoricalMuseum/index.html
For tours call 785-222-3508

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