Museums in Kansas

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Kaw Mission State Historical Site
Museum that consists of a Methodist Episcopal mission and school building.

Johnson County Museums
Museums in Johnson County, Kansas including the Johnson County Museum of History, 1950s All-Electric Model House and Lanesfield School Historic Site.

University of Kansas Natural History Museum
Museum studies the life of the planet for the benefit of the Earth and its inhabitants.

Mine Creek Battlefield State Historic Site
Site includes a historic trail and signage of a Civil War battlefield.

Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery
Gallery honoring Birger Sandzén.

Kansas History Center
Center is a complex of four buildings, two of them historic structures, including the Kansas History Museum.

Kansas Museum of History
Division of the Kansas State Historical Society located at the Society's Topeka headquarters.

Constitution Hall
State historic site that explores the history of the Kansas Territory.

Spencer Museum of Art
Art museum of the University of Kansas at Lawrence.

Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Space museum and educational facility.

Marais des Cygnes Massacre State Historic Site
Site, house and museum commemorating the Marais des Cygnes Massacre

Old Cowtown Museum
Open-air living history museum that recreates Wichita and Sedgwick County, Kansas, from 1865 to 1880.

Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site
Museum features an excavated Pawnee earthlodge.

Kaw Mission
State historic site offering the story of an intersection of cultures.

First Territorial Capitol
Museum features exhibits on the Kansas territorial period and statehood.

Cottonwood Ranch
State historic site provides visitors with the opportunity to view a Kansas sheep ranch.

Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Department of Fort Hays State University

Hollenberg Pony Express Station
State historic site.

Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum
Museum tells the story of Martin and Osa Johnson.

University of Kansas Museum of Anthropology
Museum fosters an appreciation of the physical and cultural diversity of humanity.

Pawnee Rock
State historic site of a landmark to travelers on the Santa Fe Trail.

Grinter Place State Historic Site
Historic house once owned by Moses and Annie Grinter.

Adair Cabin/John Brown Museum
Historic cabin on the site of the Battle of Osawatomie.

Goodnow House State Historic Site
Historic home that provides a sense of domestic life in the late 1800s.

Great Plains Nature Center
Nature education facility of the Great Plains Region.

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