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Peace United Church of Christ

This native stone church was erected in 1881. Peter Land and August Beutel were responsible for the construction of the church. The bell and tower were added in 1897, as a gift of Johann and Maria Klockman.

Alma, KS Historic Churches

Cassoday Museum

Housed in the original Santa Fe Depot, this museum features an old-timer cowboy room and a variety of artifacts from Cassoday'

Cassoday, KS Museums

Smoky Hill Museum

The Smoky Hill Museum is a nationally accredited history museum, in the heart of downtown Salina, Kansas. This FREE museum tells the history of the Smoky Hills in a dynamic and inviting way, interweaving it with experiences, tales, graphics, and artifacts.

Salina, KS Museums

Nature Trails

Lakewood and Indian Rock Park trail systems provide unique urban experiences. The natural area and trails in Lakewood are constructed in the old lake bed, while Indian Rock trails are developed around the Historical Indian Rock.

Salina, KS Nature Trails

Gunn Park

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Fort Scott, KS Recreation

1875 Drinkwater & Schriver Flour Mill

The 1875 Drinkwater & Schriver Flour Mill is located on the Cottonwood River at Cedar Point. Flour was milled for the area and also shipped to Eastern bakeries until the 1937

Cedar Point, KS Pioneer Life

Botanical Gardens

Between historical Oakdale Gardens and the Sunset flower beds, the City of Salina plants over 50,000 annual flowers. This magnificent display of color throughout the summer and fall is a Salina tradition that countless citizens have enjoyed for over 60 years.

Salina, KS Botanical Gardens

Marion Historical Museum

The Museum building was constructed in 1882 for the First Baptist Church and continued to serve Baptist congregations until the middle of the 1950s. It was then given to Marion County for use as a museum and formally dedicated in 1961 on Old Settler's Day - the year of Marion'

Marion, KS Museums

Hugoton Gas Derrick

The gas well that was dug into the Hugoton Gas Field in 1945

Hugoton, KS Natural Attractions

Anthony City Lake

The lake has been worked on and the water was so low that fishing and boating were basically out of the picture. Due to recent rains the lake does have water in it and is going to be stocked as soon as it \"settles\".

Anthony, KS Recreation

Historic Opera House

The Junction City Opera House and City Offices/Fire Station opened in January, 1882, in a stately red brick structure featuring a tall pointed tower with a four-faced clock. In January 1898, almost 16

Junction City, KS Opera Houses

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