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Strong City-Kendall Log Cabin


category : Pioneer History
Strong City-Kendall Log Cabin The homestead house from the Strong City-Kendall area is an original log cabin from the early 1900s that has been restored and furnished to period details. Look for all hidden treasures with self-guided posters to help you see more into the life of the pioneers.

All Museums are handicapped accessible.


Hours: Museums open year round, Monday - Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday, 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Address: Cheyenne City Park, Hwy 283
Phone: 580-497-2760

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