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Bartell Hotel


category : Historic Hotels
This hotel, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, was built in February 1880. The red brick hotel contained 66 sleeping rooms, dining room, kitchen, parlors, and office. The most unique dish served at the Bartell Hotel was "Buffalo Tongue Dinner." The Hotel once played host to Wild Bill Hickok, John Wayne, W.C. Fields, Gloria Vanderbilt, and Sally Rand. The proud structure now houses an antique shop, lounge, and restaurant.


Address: Northwest corner of Sixth and Washington

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Geary County Courthouse

This Roman Revival building was commissioned May 20, 1899, and was completed in May, 1900 at a cost of $35,000

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Starcke/Henderson Period House Museum

The Starcke/Henderson Period House museum located just south of the Geary County Historical Museum was developed to showcase the Historical Society museum's growing collection of vintage household furniture and accessories. The main portion of this brick cottage was built in 1885

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Kansas Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The 13x46 foot, black granite memorial was dedicated to the men and women who lost their lives in the Vietnam War. The memorial lists the names of the 797 Kansans who were either killed or are still officially listed as Missing in Action.

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Milford Nature Center

The Milford Nature Center is designed to give visitors a better understanding of and appreciation for the natural communities in Kansas. A trip to the Nature Center will reveal that Kansas has a rich abundance and variety of wildlife. Adjacent to the Nature Center is the state'

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