The Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics celebrate public service, civil discourse and the legacy of Senators Bob and Elizabeth Dole through its free programs, archives, museum and research opportunities. Visitors to the Dole Institute can experience Bob Dole's personal life and political career through a variety of exhibits and personal artifacts. A series of videos narrated by Dole himself provide a personal look into the Senator's passion for public service. The museum also boasts rotating special exhibits on a variety of topics relevant to the Senator's career. The Institute features stunning stained glass windows of the American flag and Bob Dole's hometown of Russell, Kan., a moving wall collage of Kansas WWII veterans and a unique Sept. 11 Memorial. Free guided tours are available with advance notice. Admission is free and free public parking is available next to the Institute.
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- Description Permanent exhibits at the Dole Institute tell the inspiring story of Senator Dole’s life, from his earliest days as a child growing up in Russell, Kansas, through his remarkable military and political career to the present day.
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