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Ingleboro

J.R. Burrows, a banker, built the mansion in 1883

Smith Center, KS Historic Homes

Kansas Oil & Gas Hall Of Fame And Museum

The Museum was founded in 1990 by a group interested in preserving the history of the oil and gas industry.

Great Bend, KS Museums

High Banks Hall Of Fame Museum

To recognize the long lasting tradition and prestige of various racing events held at the track, the "High Banks Hall of Fame and Museum" captures and remembers racing personalities, memorabilia, and displays race cars that influenced the historic racing community.

Belleville, KS Museums

Goodland Historical Tour

Find out about the history of Goodland with a tour of 36 historic homes, buildings, landmarks, stained glass and including Goodland's infamous brick streets. Some of the homes in Goodland were designed in the Queen Anne and Bungalow style of architecture. 1102

Goodland, KS Tours

Boot Hill Cemetery

The original Boot Hill was located in Hays not Dodge City, as many people believe. In fact, when Dodge City was founded in 1872, the Hays City Boot Hill was well populated. Mrs. Elizabeth Custer spent the summers of 1869 and 1870

Hays, KS Cemeteries


Cool Springs Golf Course

A stunning 9-hole course, Cool Springs Golf Course features 3,005 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36

Onaga, KS Golf Courses

Ralph Mitchell Zoo and Riverside Park

Zoo residents include sun bears, buffalo, monkeys, cougars, a swan pond, caymans, eagles, and a flock of tame peacocks who roam the grounds. One of the more famous inhabitant was Miss Able, the first monkey in space. She resided at Monkey Island until her blast off in 1960. This 124

Independence, KS Zoos

Maxwell Wildlife Refuge

No other place in Kansas can buffalo and elk be viewed as they can at the 2800-acre Maxwell Wildlife Refuge. Voted as one of 8

Canton, KS Wildlife Refuges

St. Mary's Chapel

As the first stone church in Kansas, the original building was constructed by the Episcopalians in the mid 1850'

Fort Riley, KS Historic Churches

Old Stone Barn

This imposing, 76-foot-long native stone barn was built into the bank of a hill in 1871 on land owned by the town's founder, Seth Hays. It's the only structure remaining from the Morris County Poor Farm, which existed here from 1889-1945.

Council Grove, KS Historic Barns

Santa Fe Depot

The Hugoton Santa Fe Depot was first known in 1913, when the railroad came to Stevens county. It was removed from its location in 1982 and taken to the museum complex, having a service record of over 70

Hugoton, KS Railroad History