Step back in time to a turn of the 20th century one-room school experience! Dip a pen in an ink well and practice your penmanship. Cipher math problems on a slate using a slate pencil. Participate in a spelling bee with a costumed school marm. Built in 1869, the Lanesfield School, the only building that remains of the town site of Lanesfield, is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. It also sits along with Santa Fe Trail. Interpretive signage at the site presents stories of the impact of the railroad on rural towns, overland trail travel, early Kansas agriculture, territorial Kansas history, in addition to the story of one-room school education. It's a beautiful rural setting off the beaten path! Visit today!