Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum

(620) 367-8200
200 Poplar St, Goessel, KS 67053
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Come and learn how Mennonite Immigrants came to Central Kansas in 1874, admire antiques, listen to the windmill, see the Liberty Wheat Bell that hung in the Smithsonian Institute for two years. Visit the Immigrant House and Turkey Red Wheat Palace. Other buildings include the Krause House (1875), South Bloomfield School (1875), Goessel Preparatory School (1906) and many other buildings. Be sure to visit the Museum store where Mennonite history and Kansas books, cookbooks, wheatweaving and gift and souvenir items are featured.

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