Lincoln Historical Museum Complex
The Lincoln County Historical Society operates the Lincoln County Museum Complex.
The complex features the Kyne House (RHKP), the Topsy School, and the Marshall-Yohe House (NRHP).
The Kyne House is a limestone home built in 1885 by Timothy Kyne and is operated as a museum. In the complex visitors can see an early newspaper office; an ornate 1900 hotel desk, complete with local advertisements; a funeral home; general store; and other examples of early life in Lincoln County. See artist/writer F.A. Cooper's Art Studio. Masonic Hall & Eastern Star room filled with memorabilia.
The Topsy school is a good example of the one-room schoolhouses that were prevalent in rural Kansas in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Marshall-Yohe House is an 1885 Queen Anne Victorian mansion with original furnishings and early 1900 period furniture. Beautifully restored, the home is open for viewing by appointment, and is available for private parties and receptions by reservation.
The museum is generally open Tuesday and Thursday from 1-4 pm, and Saturday 10 am-1 pm, and also by chance or appointment.