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Tradition & Pride
Tradition & Pride
Four federally recognized tribes are still a vibrant part of Kansas today.

Ethnic & Cultural

Learn about the bold leaders whose contributions are felt to this day - in Kansas and nationwide - from anti-slavery crusaders to artists and writers, a captain of industry, a famed aviator, politicians and a president.

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1856 Valentin Gerth Cabin

32553 NE Hwy 169, c/o Dorothy Lickteig
Greeley, KS 66033
Phone: (785) 867-2966
See first hand Anderson County's ties with the Civil War. Eleven slaves freed Dec. 28, 1858 by John Brown and his men from Vernon County, MO, were known to have been hidden in the Greeley area. A ... More

Abilene & Smoky Valley Excursion Train

200 SE 5th, PO Box 744
Abilene, KS 67410
Phone: (785) 263-1077
Using a vintage diesel-electric locomotive, a century-old wooden sided passenger/diner, open air observation cars and a caboose, the excursion train travels through the Smoky Hill River Valley ... More

American Indian Art Center

206 S Buckeye
Abilene, KS 67410
Phone: (785) 263-0090
American Indian fine art gallery and gift shop. Nationally acclaimed artists. April–Oct. Mon.–Sat. 9:30am–5pm and Sun. 11am-4pm. Winter weekends only. More

Anntie M's Attic

101 E. Commercial
Waterville, KS 66548
Phone: (785) 363-2343
Anntie M's Attic invites you to promenade through women's history while relishing vintage clothing, hats and accessories that adorned women from the 1850's through the 1980's. Your hostess, Ann ... More

Barto's Idle Hour

210 S Santa Fe
Frontenac, KS 66763
Phone: (620) 232-9834
Family owned and operated chicken restaurant that helped make Crawford County the Chicken Capital of Kansas. Known for its live polka musicians that perform live every Friday and Saturday night, ... More

Battle Canyon State and National Historic Site

902 W Hwy 96
Scott City, KS 67871
Phone: (620) 872-5912
Travel to the place where the last Indian battle in Kansas was fought on September 27, 1878. Punished Woman’s Fork is about one mile south of Lake Scott State Park. A monument overlooks the cave, ... More

Belleville Chamber & Main Street

1205 18th St.
Belleville, KS 66935
Phone: (785) 527-5524
American Ag Heritage Festival A Brand new event in Belleville Kansas to celebrate our agriculture heritage in Republic County. Tractor Show, food and craft vendors, agriculture displays, ... More

Blackbird Gallery & Studio

921 Main St.
Goodland, KS 67735
Phone: (785) 728-2160
Blackbird Gallery & Studio is a location that local artists of the Goodland area can sell and show their work to the public and also enjoy studio space at a reasonable cost. The Gallery offers ... More

Brown Mansion

Coffeyville, KS 67337
Phone: (620) 251-2550
Take a step back in time to the elegant lifestyle of the early 1900s when you visit the Brown Mansion. Completed in 1907 by W. P. Brown, the four-floor, 16-room Mansion contains the original ... More

Buffalo Bill Cultural Center

3083 US Hwy 83
Oakley, KS 67748
Phone: (785) 671-1000
The Buffalo Bill Cultural Center features 3,200 square feet of multi-functional meeting and banquet space. Configurations to accommodate a wide variety of events, large and small. *State of the ... More


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