This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Kansas.
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Ag Heritage Park
Historical museum featuring collection of antique farm equipment, a school house and memorabilia. Includes photo gallery, hours and directions.
Central States Scout Museum
Memorabilia, attractively displayed in showcases with the core of the collection the personal property of a former scouter named Charles Sherman, chief curator of the museum in Larned.
Coffey County Historical Society and Museum
Features one of the largest antique doll collections in the state, a restored one-room schoolhouse, Conestoga wagon and country church in Burlington.
Geary County Historical Society and Museum
Displays local history. Includes photos of exhibits, hours, services, links and directions. Located in Junction City.
Independence Historical Museum
Exhibits in 22 rooms tell stories of the early settler lifestyle, the history of the oil industry, an Indian culture collection, and various historical artifacts.
Kansas Museum of History
Exhibits artworks and artifacts depicting Western and state history, from prehistoric to present times. Includes hours, admission rates, events, tours and directions. Located in Topeka.
Kansas Oil Museum
Indoor exhibits on farming, ranching and oil, a hands-on children's area, and Texaco Theater and Gallery in El Dorado.
National Orphan Train Complex
General information, history, stories, programs and events, news, educational material, and visitor guide located at Concordia.
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