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Pawnee Rock, Kansas

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Knights of Pythias Hall - Historic Building

One of Pawnee Rock's oldest buildings is the former Knights of Pythias hall, which started out as an opera house and was one of the first buildings erected in Pawnee Rock after the railroad came through in 1872

Pawnee Rock, KS Historic Buildings

19th Century Cemetery

Look for 19th-century graves of American, German, and Russian settlers at the Pawnee Rock city cemetery, located a half-mile north of town and a quarter-mile west. More Pawnee Rock founders are buried at the Bergthal Mennonite cemetery 2.5

Pawnee Rock, KS Historic Cemeteries

Santa Fe Trail Ruts

Ruts left by wagon trains can be found along Ash Creek, a tributary that feeds the Arkansas River. Ask at the Farmer'

Pawnee Rock, KS Landmarks

Things to do near Pawnee Rock, KS

Pretty Prairie Civic Theater

Built in 1936, the theatre has its original wooden seats and original advertising canvas. A Spring and fall film series is sh...

Petrified Tree Stump

A five foot high exemplary sample of petrified wood. Over 24 inches in diameter, stands imbedded in the sidewalk on Main Stre...

Fred Harvey Building

The historical Fred Harvey Building once housed a food processing plant for the Harvey House and dining cars. The building wa...