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STARLITE MOTEL

U.S. Hiway 36
Seneca KS 66538
Ph: 785-336-2191
RV Spaces available || Full Hook-ups if needed || RV Dump nearby

Cable -- Direct Dial Phones -- TV with remote

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Pony Express Monument

Seneca plays an important role in our Nation's history. The first home station west of St. Joseph, Missouri (the Eastern starting point of the Pony Express run) was located at Seneca. On the corner of 4

Seneca, KS Pony Express

Nemaha County Historical Museum

The Museum is located in the former Nemaha County Jail on 6th and Nemaha Street. The two story brick building was built in 1879 and still contains the jail cells and the resident jailer'

Seneca, KS Museums

Old Hand Dug Well

This well is the widest and second largest hand-dug well in Kansas. It is 34 feet in width and 65 feet in depth. The well was dug by hand in 1895. The Seneca Hand Dug Well is listed on the Register of Historic Kansas Places as well as the National Register of Historic Places.

Seneca, KS Landmarks

Seneca Public Library

Seneca\'s library is housed in an impressive historic \"old stone church\", built in 1867 by the Unitarian-Universalist Society and was the first church structure to be built in the community. A campaign to raise money for the church was started by Presbyterian minister Charles Parker. In 1931

Seneca, KS Historic Buildings

Stutz Fire Engine

Purchased by the City of Seneca in 1922, this fire engine was placed into service as part of the community's firefighting equipment. In 1976, the Seneca Volunteer Fire Department restored the engine which is on display at 6th and Main Street in Seneca.

Seneca, KS Museums

Things to do near Seneca, KS

Atchison - Morman Grove

A historic marker erected by the Kansas State Historical Society that commemorates the site where, during the years between 1...

Burr Oak

Having a crown spread of over 93 feet, this 200 year old Burr Oak tree is one of the largest in Kansas. ...

"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...