LASR.net Homepage




Menu


Trinity Episcopal Church


category : Historic Churches
Trinity Episcopal Church This charming limestone building was completed in 1868 according to plans of Richard Upjohn, who also designed Trinity Church on New York's Wall Street. The interior has beams and pews of native black walnut and lovely stained-glass windows. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Amelia Earhart's parents were wed in this church and Amelia was baptized here on October 10, 1897.


Address: 300 South 5th

Come visit us in Atchison, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Visitor Information Center

The restored Santa Fe Depot, long a community landmark, serves as a Visitor Information Center and houses the Chamber of Commerce offices.

The center provides visitors with brochures, maps, and a helpful staff who can answer questions about sightseeing in the Atchison area.

Atchison, KS Visitors Centers

Atchison Trolley

Learn about Atchison from those who know it best. Hop aboard the trolley at the Santa Fe Depot and enjoy a 45-minute tour of Atchison narrated by your friendly, knowledgeable driver. As the trolley moves along the city's brick streets, you'll discover the classic charm of Atchison, including 18

Atchison, KS Tours

Atchison Rail Museum

Adjacent to the Santa Fe Depot, the Atchison Rail Museum is owned and operated by the Northeast Kansas Railroaders, Inc. It features an outdoor collection of rail cars including a Baldwin locomotive, several passenger cars and cabooses, and a snow plow.

NEKR members operate the Atchison &

Atchison, KS Museums

Scenic Views

Views of the Missouri River, its bluffs and valley are dramatic every season of the year.

Atchison, KS Scenic Views

Warnock Lake

At Warnock Lake you'll enjoy fishing, swimming, canoeing, picnics and games, and a shelter house and restrooms. Camper hookups and concrete pads are available for $2.00 per camper.

Atchison, KS Recreation

Things to do Historic Churches near Atchison, KS