Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Kansas.
1907 Queen Anne Victorian House
Built during a time of early prosperity in 1907 by the widow of William Ennis. Historical information and photos. Located in Goodland.
Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum
Overview of the museum, location and hours, biography of the aviator, news clips and facts located at Atchison.
A home constructed by John McCullough in 1867 and now owned by the Leavenworth County Historical Society, contains information on schedules and events.
Constructed from 1885 to 1896 by John Fenton Pratt, a successful sheep rancher and businessman, and includes images, tour, and history located in Studley.
A 1907 home restored and furnished to replicate the house shown in the movie The Wizard of Oz. Located in Liberal.
Built in the 1860s by Isaac Goodnow and furnished with many family belongings, the home reflects domestic life in the late 1800s, and includes history and images located at Manhattan.
Overlooking the historic Delaware Crossing of the Oregon-California Trail on the Kansas River was home of Moses and Annie Grinter built in 1862, and comprises of images and history located at Kansas City.
Walter P. Chrysler: Boyhood Home and Museum
Home to the founder of the Chrysler Corporation. Photos and visitor information. Located in Ellis.
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