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Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame


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Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame The Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame is the first one of it's kind in the United States. It is dedicated to the early and present day teachers who have devoted their lives to this fine profession. Inside the Hall of Fame you will find the memorial Room with donor plaques and the memorial Book, and the Hall of Fame Gallery, with pictures and information concerning all who have been taken into the Hall of Fame.

Travelers from around the world visit the Hall of Fame and express their appreciation for the recognition of the importance of educators which the Hall of Fame provides. They know that educators who dedicate their lives preparing our youth for a future in society are important figures in our democratic nation.


Admission: Adults, $8.00; Children (6-12), $4.00; 5 and Under, Free
Hours: Open Open daily May - September - Monday through Saturdays 10:00am to 5:00p.m. and Sunday 1:00pm to 5:00pm.
Oct - Dec 21, Thurs - Sat, 10am to 5pm
Address: 603 Fifth Ave.
Phone: 620-225-7311
Our Website:www.teachershallfamedodgecityks.org/
Gift Shop on the premises.

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