Walk Through Time at the Kansas Museum of History

In 1984, the Kansas Museum of History was opened in Topeka, by the Kansas Historical Society. This 30,000 square foot building sits on 80 acres in the northwest section of the city. The museum hosts traveling exhibits, as well as the permanent displays. There are 4 walking trails on the property to allow for views of the native grasslands and waterways. We enjoy our visits to this site in our home state. It allows us a chance to walk through time and learn about the people who came before us. Early Days The main gallery features permanent exhibits in chronological order. It begins [...]