Stone Bridges of Cowley County Fall Tour

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Stone Bridges of Cowley County  Fall Tour

Guided tour of the historic stone bridges in the area. Bus leaves from the Denton art Center in arkansas City in the morning, stops for a chuckwagon lunch, and ends in the early afternoon back at the Art Center. There are many opportunities for photographs and sightseing. Advanced reservations needed...cost $26.00. 9:00 a.m.

Stone Bridges of Cowley County Fall Tour

Address : Denton Art Center Arkansas City KS
Phone : 620-442-5895   (Always call and confirm events.)


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