Kansas' only Visionary Sculpture Environment and stone log cabin. Internationally known as a prime example of the Grassroots Art genre. Civil War Veteran Samuel Perry Dinsmoor created his visionary sculptures and Cabin Home in Lucas between the years of 1907 and 1932 using concrete and native post rock. Tour this piece of Kansas history, which is a monument to individualism. Guided tours.
Garden of Eden is found along the Post Rock Scenic Byway. Over the Smoky Hills of weathered bedrock, the Post Rock Scenic Byway winds through fields, pastures, and prairie. The landscape's unique beauty and challenges required pioneers to earn their space here. And the legacy of their creativity and resourcefulness lives on. Just look at the stone fence posts for which this route was named - as functional as the day they were erected. Today, that same innovative spirit has given rise to many independently minded artists, farmers, and ranchers in the region. Plan your other stops along the Post Rock Scenic Byway here.