The Kiowa County Historical Museum

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The Kiowa County Historical Museum The Kiowa County Historical Museum houses area memorabilia collected by The Kiowa Co. Historical Society. The restored Hunter Drug Store Soda Fountain stands proudly as a living history exhibit in the Kiowa County Commons Building, being enjoyed by new generations as well as devoted pre-tornado patrons.

The original Museum Building, prior to the EF5 tornado in May of 2007, was donated to the Historical Society by Beulah Wheeler, in memory of her late husband, Wendell & the heirs of J. M. Caplinger who wished the memory of their ancestor's and the building to be preserved. Today a new building houses the artifacts and the soda fountain.

Hours: Monday, 12:00 - 5:30 pm; Tuesday-Friday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm; Saturday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm; Closed Sunday.
Address: 320 S Main St, Greensburg, KS 67054
Phone: 620-723-1125
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Attractions and Upcoming Events

Twilight Theatre

Prior to Tornado Disaster - May 4, 2007
An historic theatre which first showed silent films in 1915. At one time it boasted one of the largest screens in Kansas.

Greensburg, KS Theatres

Hunter Drugstore & Old Fashioned Soda Fountain

The original drugstore building was built in 1917 and until May 4, 2007 when the city of Greensburg was hit by an EF5

Greensburg, KS Historic Buildings

Pallasite Meteorite

Half iron and half stone, the meteorite weighs in at 1000 lbs. and is on display in the Big Well Museum at the Big Well Gift Shop. It is the largest meteroite of its kind yet discovered. The Space Wanderer was found on the Ellis Peck farm east of Greensburg, in 1948

Greensburg, KS Natural Attractions

Kiowa County State Lake

Prior to Tornado Disaster - May 4, 2007
Kiowa County State Lake is a 21 acre lake with fishing, picnic, camping & rest areas.

Greensburg, KS Recreation

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