The Wakefield Museum, founded in 1974, consists of over 7,000 square feet of displays preserving the history of the Wakefield community which was established by English emigrants in the 1850s. These displays include African and native Indian artifacts, memorabilia from Governor William H Avery, the military, local businesses and families, the train depot, schools, medical items and a collection of telephones, to name a few. The museum is handicap accessible and is dedicated to "honoring those who came before us with further progress". The admission is free and the Wakefield Museum is a non-profit organization that exists without any tax dollar support. It is located at 604 6th Street in Wakefield, Kansas and the hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday, 1 to 4 pm.
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- Description Enough room for 30 - 40 people.
- Number of Rooms 2