Historical home constructed in 1892 and is the only known Adobe House sitting on its original site in Kansas. This earthen walled structure is preserved as a museum and is located within Prairie Dog State Park. The Adobe House was constructed our of a mixture of mud and straw. A horse was used, traveling in a circular trench in which dirt, water and straw were added. The mixture was then formed into bricks, put in place and given a smooth coat of the same mixture. You can view the museum from the outside, or call the Prairie Dog State Park to set up a tour.