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Parsons, Kansas

  • Neosho Wildlife Area

    21 miles Northeast of Parsons
    Located on the broad, flat flood plain below the junction of Flat Rock Creek and the Neosho River, the wildlife area is a man-made marsh developed by the Department in 1960.
    Neosho Wildlife Area

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Parsons Municipal Auditorium

The Parsons Municipal Auditorium is a classic, 1920s-era civic auditorium. For more than 50

Parsons, KS Historic Buildings

Parsons Historical Museum and Iron Horse Museum

Both museums house many interesting items - the Parsons Historical Museum has a complete dentist office, not to mention a very large photographic collection of people, places, and events all from Parsons' great past.

Parsons, KS Museums


Carnegie Arts Center

Opened in 1909 and formerly the Carnegie Library, the Carnegie Arts Center, is being transformed into a versatile new arts facility. Celebrations plans for the 100th Anniversary of the Carnegie are scheduled for May 2009

Parsons, KS Art Centers

Parsons Outdoors

Hunting There are over 17,000 acres of public hunting area, featuring quail, rabbits, dove, squirrels, water fowl and white-tail deer. Strip Pits "Pit"

Parsons, KS Recreation

Things to do near Parsons, KS

Hope Cemetery

Hope Cemetery was started late in 1874. More than 50 old soldiers and many of the first and best citizens are also at rest th...

Art by Duke Wellington and Waylord Gregory

Duke Wellington Mural Scenic exploration of the history of Columbus and Kansas. Displayed in the Columbus Community Buildi...