Enjoy the World-Class Kuska Collection , including over 28,000 toys, glass, ceramics, silver, souvenirs, musical instruments, coins, clocks, stamps, dolls, furniture, clothing, quilts, and art. Visitors will experience early prairie life in a sod house, a one-room school, a country church and a 1930s farmstead. Visit the largest barn in Kansas. Named an 8th Wonder of Kansas Architecture in 2008, the COOPER BARN measures 66 feet wide by 114 feet long and 48 feet high and houses the new exhibit “High and Dry: Agriculture on the High Plains.” Focusing on the rich agriculture history of northwest Kansas, the new exhibit showcases over 100 years of agriculture history through artifacts, farming implements, photos and stories.
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