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Wilson County Historical Museum


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Wilson County Historical Museum It is a double treat to view the unique exhibits at the Wilson County Museum because they are on display in the jail cells of the old Wilson County Jail.

Many of the items on display were brought to the county by covered wagon and all items were contributed by citizens of the county and families of early settlers.

The museum also houses an extensive research library to aid family historians in locating information about Wilson County ancestors.



Hours: 1:00 - 4:30 pm, Weekdays
Address: 420 N. Seventh
Phone: 620-378-3965
Our Email: wilcohisoc@twinmounds.com

Come visit us in Fredonia, Kansas

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Scenic Skyline Drive

No tour to Fredonia is complete without going on this scenic drive up to the "Top of the Mound." From this vantage point, you may enjoy the sights for miles around or just enjoy the beautiful park and picnic facilities. An observation tower provides unobstructed views and photo opportunities.

Fredonia, KS Scenic Drives

Historic Downtown Square

Most of the buildings making up the Fredonia Downtown Square were built in the late 1800's & early 1900'

Fredonia, KS Historic Downtowns

Stone House Gallery

Built in 1872, the Stone House was one of Fredonia's early residences and is a State of Kansas Historic Site. Today, it is the home of the Fredonia Arts Council.

Fredonia, KS Arts

Huge American Flag

40 x 60 foot flag greets residents and travelers from atop a 100 foot flagpole rising from Fredonia's South Mound. Beautiful park setting with views for miles around.

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Wilson County Historical Museum

It is a double treat to view the unique exhibits at the Wilson County Museum because they are on display in the jail cells of the old Wilson County Jail.

Fredonia, KS Museums

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