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La Crosse, Kansas

  • Kansas Barbed Wire Museum

    Kansas Barbed Wire MuseumThe internationally recognized museum displays over 700 varieties of barbed wire and related fencing items. Also housed in the museum is one of the largest collections of fencing tools in the world. D...
    Kansas Barbed Wire Museum
  • Rush County Historical Museum

    Rush County Historical MuseumHoused in an old Santa Fe Depot which has been moved from Timken, Kansas, a town famous for its early family ties with the Timken Roller Bearing Company. This building filled with artifacts peculia...
    Rush County Historical Museum
  • Post Rock Museum

    Post Rock MuseumThe museum displays an authentic re-creation of a stone quarry used to cut posts for fencing. Also displayed are tools and other items depicting the history of post rock unique to this region. The mus...
    Post Rock Museum

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Kansas Barbed Wire Museum

The internationally recognized museum displays over 700 varieties of barbed wire and related fencing items. Also housed in the museum is one of the largest collections of fencing tools in the world. Dioramas depict the use of barbed wire in the 19

La Crosse, KS Museums

La Crosse City Park

Take a moment to sit back and relax while you are visiting La Crosse. The City Park is the perfect place to have a picnic and breathe in some fresh air.

La Crosse, KS Memorials

Barnard Library

Constructed in 1937 as a WPA project, the library was originally established by Howard Barnard, pioneer educator. A display of Mr. Barnard's books and personal items exemplify his devotion to education.

La Crosse, KS Historic Buildings

Post Rock Museum

The museum displays an authentic re-creation of a stone quarry used to cut posts for fencing. Also displayed are tools and other items depicting the history of post rock unique to this region. The museum is located in a native stone house built around 1883

La Crosse, KS Museums

Rush County Courthouse

The Rush County Courthouse was constructed in 1888 following a "tug-of-war" for the county seat. The building is now listed in the National Register of Historical Places

La Crosse, KS Historic Courthouses

Things to do near La Crosse, KS

Webster Lake & State Park

7 miles west of Stockton on Highway 24 or 10 miles north of Zurich on Highway 258 from K-18. The 3,780 acre lake has campgro...

Cowtown History

"Every other business a Saloon!"Durin...

Threshing Machine Canyon

In 1867, a party of travelers were transporting three threshing machines belonging to Brigham Young along the Smoky Hill Trai...