This list of museums in Kansas is a list of museums, defined for this context as institutions (including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing. Also included are non-profit and university art galleries. Museums that exist only in cyberspace (i.e., virtual museums) are not included.
|Name||Location||County||Region||Area of study||Summary|
|1954 All-Electric House||Shawnee||Johnson||Northeast||Historic house||House decorated and outfitted with 1950s electrical appliances and furnishings|
|Ag Heritage Park||Alta Vista||Wabaunsee||Topeka metro||Agriculture||website, information, exhibits about historic agricultural life, includes tractors, combines, threshing machines, tools, household items|
|Albany Museum||Sabetha||Nemaha||Northeast||Open air||Complex includes a schoolhouse, railroad museum, windmill, caboose and other buildings|
|Allen County Museum||Iola||Allen||Southeast||Local history||Operated by the Allen County Historical Society, also the Old Jail Museum|
|Allen-Lambe House||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Historic house||Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright|
|Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum||Atchison||Atchison||Northeast||Biographical||Turn of the 20th century birth home of aviator Amelia Earhart|
|Anderson County Museum||Garnett||Anderson||East-Central||Local history||website, operated by the Anderson County Historical Society, also 1888 Harris House open for visitors by appointment|
|Atchison County Historical Museum||Atchison||Atchison||Northeast||Local history||Exhibits on Lewis and Clark, Amelia Earhart, Jesse Stone, area railroad history, gun collection, located in a historic 1880 Santa Fe Freight depot|
|Augusta Historical Museum||Augusta||Butler||South Central||Local history||website, local history museum and C. N. James Log Cabin, operated by the Augusta Historical Society|
|Bancroft Depot Museum||Bancroft||Nemaha||Northeast||Local history||Exhibits about Bancroft and the Kansas City, Wyandotte and Northwestern Railroad|
|Barton County Historical Society Museum and Village||Great Bend||Barton||South Central||Open air||website|
|Basehor Historical Museum||Basehor||Leavenworth||Northeast||Local history||Operated by the Basehor Historical Society|
|Baxter Springs Heritage Center & Museum||Baxter Springs||Cherokee||Southeast||Local history||website, operated by the Baxter Springs Historical Society|
|Benson Museum||Howard||Elk||Southeast||Local history||information, open by appointment, old school building and barn with farm implements|
|Bethel College Luyken Fine Arts Center||Newton||Harvey||South Central||Art||website, includes the Robert W. Regier Gallery that features exhibits by local, regional, national and international artists, including Bethel alumni, in all types of media|
|Big Brutus||West Mineral||Cherokee||Southeast||Industry||160 ft (49 m). electric shovel used in coal mining and exhibits on local coal mining|
|Big Well Museum||Greensburg||Kiowa||South Central||History||Water well designed to provide water for the Santa Fe and Rock Island railroads|
|Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery||Lindsborg||McPherson||South Central||Art||Works by Swedish-born artist Birger Sandzén|
|Boot Hill Museum||Dodge City||Ford||Southwest||Local history||Includes Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame, gunfighter show, weapons, saloon, cowboys, Victorian clothing|
|Booth Family Hall of Athletics||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Sports||website, located in the University of Kansas' Allen Fieldhouse, history and tradition of Kansas Athletics|
|Brown County Agriculture Museum||Hiawatha||Brown||Northeast||Agriculture||website, includes windmills, antique cars, trucks and farm equipment, miniature farm model, operated by the Brown County Historical Society|
|Brown County Museum||Hiawatha||Brown||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Brown County Historical Society|
|Brown Mansion||Coffeyville||Montgomery||Southeast||Historic house||website, operated by the Coffeyville Historical Society|
|Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||History||History of Brown v. Board of Education, which ended legal segregation in public schools|
|Bukovina Society Headquarters and Museum||Ellis||Ellis||Northwest||Ethnic||Collection of artifacts from Bukovina emigrants|
|Burns Community Museum||Burns||Marion||South Central||Local history||Open by appointment|
|Bushton Museum||Bushton||Rice||South Central||Local history||Includes an old drug store with a working soda fountain and an old bank|
|Buster Keaton Museum||Shawnee||Johnson||Northeast||Biographical||website, life of actor Buster Keaton|
|Butterfield Trail Historical Museum||Russell Springs||Logan||Northwest||Local history||Area pioneers, local history and natural history of the Great Plains, and the history of the Butterfield Overland Despatch stage line|
|C & R Railroad Museum||Phillipsburg||Phillips||Northwest||Railroad||Model railroads, C& R Railroad memorabilia and artifacts, located in the Huck Boyd Community Center|
|C.W. Parker Carousel Museum||Leavenworth||Leavenworth||Northeast||Amusement||Carousel memorabilia and history, includes working carousels, operated by the Leavenworth Historical Museum Association|
|Carnegie Arts Center||Goodland||Sherman||Northwest||Art||Located in a former Carnegie library|
|Carona Depot Complex||Carona||Cherokee||Southeast||Railroad||website, includes museum building, two depots, railroad locomotives and a railroad signal display, operated by Heart of the Heartlands|
|Carroll Mansion Museum||Leavenworth||Leavenworth||Northeast||Historic house||website, operated by the Leavenworth County Historical Society, 1890s Victorian mansion|
|Carry A. Nation Home and Museum||Medicine Lodge||Barber||South Central||Historic house||Included with admission to the Medicine Lodge Stockade Museum|
|Cassoday Historical Museum||Cassoday||Butler||South Central||Local history|||
|Cedar Vale Museum||Cedar Vale||Chautauqua||Southeast||Local history|||
|Central States Scout Museum||Larned||Pawnee||Southwest||Scouting||Boy and girl scout memorabilia|
|Chanute Art Gallery||Chanute||Neosho||Southeast||Art||website, community art gallery|
|Chanute Historical Society Museum||Chanute||Neosho||Southeast||Local history||website|
|Chase County Historical Society Museum||Cottonwood Falls||Chase||Southeast||Local history||website|
|Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum||Arkansas City||Cowley||South Central||History||website, history of 1893 Cherokee Strip Land Run, early pioneer and Native American artifacts|
|Chetopa Museum||Chetopa||Labette||Southeast||Local history|||
|Cheyenne County Museum||St. Francis||Cheyenne||Northwest||Local history||website, operated by the Cheyenne County Historical Society, local history, fossils, wildlife|
|Chisholm Trail Museum||Wellington||Sumner||South Central||Local history||website, artifacts of local domestic life|
|Clay County Museum||Clay Center||Clay||North Central||Local history||website, operated by the Clay County Historical Society|
|Clearwater Historical Society Museum||Clearwater||Sedgwick||Local history||website, period rooms including a military room, summer kitchen, laundry room, school room, doctor/dentist office, and general store|
|Clifton Community Historical Society Museum||Clifton||Clay||North Central||Local history||Open by appointment|
|Cloud County Historical Museum||Concordia||Cloud||North Central||Local history||Located in a former Carnegie library|
|Clyde Community Museum||Clyde||Cloud||North Central||Local history|||
|Coffey County Historical Society Museum||Burlington||Coffey||East-Central||Local history||website, includes large collection of antique dolls|
|Coffeyville Aviation Heritage Museum||Coffeyville||Montgomery||Southeast||Aviation||city information, information and photos, includes memorabilia from the Coffeyville Air Base|
|Cole House Museum||Moundridge||McPherson||South Central||Historic house||website, pioneer family home, operated by the Moundridge Historical Association, grounds also house the Heritage Museum, Agriculture Museum and blacksmith shop|
|Columbian Theatre, Museum & Art Center||Wamego||Pottawatomie||Northeast||Art||Historic theater with murals, decorative arts museum and art gallery|
|Columbus Museum||Columbus||Cherokee||Southeast||Local history|||
|Comanche County Museum||Coldwater||Comanche||South Central||Local history|||
|Combat Air Museum||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Aviation||Military aircraft, uniforms, medals, photos, artifacts|
|Constitution Hall State Historic Site||Lecompton||Douglas||Northeast||History||Exhibits on Jim Lane, proslavery and free-state forces in the area, territorial Kansas|
|Coronado Museum||Liberal||Seward||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Seward County Historical Society, exhibits include local settlers, American West, Native American's, Dorothy's House (recreation of Dorothy's house from the Wizard of Oz movie), and animated Oz entertainment and Oz memorabilia|
|Coronado-Quivira Museum||Lyons||Rice||South Central||Local history||http://www.cqmuseum.org/ website], operated by the Rice County Historical Society|
|Cosmosphere||Hutchinson||Reno||South Central||Aerospace||Exhibits of U.S. and Russian space artifacts and spacecraft, Justice Planetarium|
|Cottonwood Ranch State Historic Site||Studley||Sheridan||Northwest||Historic house||19th century rural ranch|
|Coutts Memorial Museum of Art||El Dorado||Butler||South Central||Art||website, over 1500 paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints from America, the American West, Russia, China, France, the Netherlands, England and South America|
|Cowley County Historical Society Museum||Winfield||Cowley||South Central||Local history||website|
|Crispin's Drug Store Museum||Lincoln||Lincoln||North Central||Medical||website, historical artifacts from the pharmaceutical field, with special emphasis in 1880-1920 period|
|Cunningham Depot Museum||Cunningham||Kingman||South Central||Local history||Located in a historic depot|
|Dalton Defenders Museum||Coffeyville||Montgomery||Southeast||Local history||website, includes memorabilia from the 1892 Dalton Gang raid; operated by the Coffeyville Historical Society|
|Dalton Gang Hideout and Museum||Meade||Meade||Southwest||History||website, 1880s period home of Eva Dalton Whipple, sister to the infamous Dalton Gang|
|Dane G. Hansen Museum||Logan||Phillips||Northwest||Art||website, includes paintings by Kansas artists, early American and foreign coins, European and Western guns|
|Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead||Overland Park||Johnson||Northeast||Open air||Includes 200 farm animals and birds of prey, gardens, Kanza Indian Encampment and earthen log lodge, a one-room country schoolhouse and a dairy barn with interactive displays|
|Decatur County Last Indian Raid Museum||Oberlin||Decatur||Northwest||Local history||website|
|Deines Cultural Center||Russell||Russell||Northwest||Art||website|
|Delphos Museum||Delphos||Ottawa||North Central||Local history|||
|Derby Historical Museum||Derby||Sedgwick||South Central||Local history||Operated by the Derby Historical Society|
|Dietrich Cabin||Ottawa||Franklin||East-Central||Historic house||Operated by the Franklin County Historical Society, located in Ottawa City Park, mid-19th century log cabin and pioneer museum|
|Dole Institute of Politics||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||History||Free exhibits of politics and history|
|Douglass Historical Museum||Douglass||Butler||South Central||Local history||website|
|Edna Historical Museum||Edna||Labette||Southeast||Local history||website|
|Edwards County Historical Society Museum||Kinsley||Edwards||South Central||Local history||website|
|Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum||Abilene||Dickinson||North Central||Biographical||Presidential library, museum, and resting place of Dwight David Eisenhower, tours of his boyhood home|
|El Quartelejo Museum||Scott City||Scott||Southwest||Local history||website, information, operated by the Scott County Historical Society, history of Western Kansas, fossils, local Indian and pioneer history, El Quartelejo Ruins, Western art|
|Ellis County Historical Society Museum||Hays||Ellis||Northwest||Open air||website, includes local history museum, stone chapel, harness shop, replica Volga German Haus|
|Ellis Railroad Museum||Ellis||Ellis||Northwest||Railroad||website, railroad memorabilia, miniature trains and dolls|
|Emmett Kelly Museum||Sedan||Chautauqua||Southeast||Biographical||Life of famous circus clown Emmett Kelly, local history artifacts|
|Emporia State University Galleries||Emporia||Lyon||East-Central||Art||website, Norman R. Eppink and Gilson Memorial Galleries|
|Ennis-Handy House||Goodland||Sherman||Northwest||Historic house||Operated by the Sherman County Historical Society, 1907 Victorian period house|
|Ensor Park and Museum||Olathe||Johnson||Northeast||Historic house||website, information & photos, 1890s dairy farm and house|
|Epsten Gallery||Overland Park||Johnson||Northeast||Art||website, located in the Village Shalom continuum care facility|
|Erman B. White Gallery at Butler Community College||El Dorado||Butler||South Central||Art||website, located in the Fine Arts Building|
|Eudora Community Museum||Eudora||Douglas||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Eudora Area Historical Society|
|Evah C. Cray Historical Home Museum||Atchison||Atchison||Northeast||Historic house||website, 25 room castle-like Victorian mansion|
|Exploration Place||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Science|
|Fick Fossil Museum||Oakley||Logan||Northwest||Natural history||Fossils, folk art, Kansas Wildflower Collection, replica depot, general store display|
|Finney County Historical Museum||Garden City||Finney||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Finney County Historical Society|
|First City Museum||Leavenworth||Leavenworth||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Leavenworth Historical Museum Association|
|First Territorial Capitol State Historic Site||Fort Riley||Geary||Northeast||History||History of the Kansas Territory, rail and river travel in the region, and the history of Pawnee|
|Flint Hills Discovery Center||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Multiple||Natural history of the prairie, area history and culture|
|Fort Bissell Museum||Phillipsburg||Phillips||Northwest||Open air||website, 1870s-1880s frontier buildings, also known as Old Fort Bissell|
|Fort Harker||Kanopolis||Ellsworth||North Central||Military||Operated by the Ellsworth County Historical Society, mid-19th century US Army fort|
|Fort Hays State Historic Site||Hays||Ellis||Northwest||Military||1870s period fort|
|Fort Larned National Historic Site||Larned||Pawnee||Southwest||Military||Mid-19th century Indian Wars-period forts|
|Fort Riley Museums||Fort Riley||Geary||Northeast||Military||Includes the U.S. Cavalry Museum, 1st Infantry Division Museum and Custer Home|
|Fort Scott National Historic Site||Fort Scott||Bourbon||Southeast||Military||20 historic structures, a parade ground and 5 acres (20,000 m2) of restored tallgrass prairie|
|Fort Wallace Museum||Wallace||Wallace||Northwest||Local history||website, includes exhibits of antique transportation, farm equipment and machinery, railroads, and animals and scenes made entirely out of barbwire|
|Fossil Station Museum||Russell||Russell||Northwest||History||website, operated by the Russell County Historical Society, period rooms and artifacts|
|Frank Walker Museum||Stockton||Rooks||Northwest||Local history||website, operated by the Rooks County Historical Society, large doll collection, period displays|
|Fromme-Birney Round Barn||Mullinville||Kiowa||South Central||Agriculture||Operated by the Kiowa County Historical Society, 16-sided barn with exhibits on barns and agriculture|
|Frontier Army Museum||Fort Leavenworth||Leavenworth||Northeast||Military||website Archived 2005-09-17 at the Wayback Machine, history of the Frontier Army from 1804 to 1916, and Fort Leavenworth from 1827 to the present|
|Galena Mining and Historical Museum||Galena||Cherokee||Southeast||Mining||Includes mineral specimens, mining equipment and a model of the Grand Central Mine|
|Galva Museum||Galva||McPherson||South Central||Local history|||
|Garden of Eden||Lucas||Russell||Northwest||Art||Concrete sculpture garden and home|
|Gardner Historical Museum||Gardner||Johnson||Northeast||History||website, preservation and exhibition of the history of reverse mortgages|
|Geary County Museum & Historical Society||Junction City||Geary||Northeast||Local history||website|
|Geneseo City History Museum||Geneseo||Rice||South Central||Local history|
|Gernon House||Russell||Russell||Northwest||Historic house||website, operated by the Russell County Historical Society, 1870s house and blacksmith shop|
|Goodnow House State Historic Site||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Historic house||Mid-19th century stone farmhouse|
|Graham County Historical Society Museum||Hill City||Graham||Northwest||Local history||website|
|Grant County Adobe Museum||Ulysses||Grant||Southwest||Local history||website, housed in a 1938 adobe building|
|Grassroots Art Center||Lucas||Russell||Northwest||Art||website, outsider art and sculpture|
|Great Overland Station||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Railroad||Former railroad station, includes railroad artifacts and photographs, local history displays, Harvey House and Harvey Girls exhibit, model train layout|
|Great Plains Nature Center||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Natural history||website, exhibits about state ecosystems, wildlife, located in 282-acre Chisholm Creek Park|
|Great Plains Transportation Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Railway||Includes 6 locomotives and several pieces of rolling stock|
|Greenwood County Historical Society Museum||Eureka||Greenwood||Southeast||Local history||website|
|Grenola Elevator Museum||Grenola||Elk||Southeast||Local history||website, operated by the Grenola Historical Society in a former grain mill and elevator|
|Greyhound Hall of Fame||Abilene||Dickinson||North Central||Hall of fame||website, displays of greyhounds from ancient times to the present|
|Grinter Place State Historic Site||Kansas City||Wyandotte||Northeast||Historic house||Pioneer farm house|
|Gunfighters Wax Museum||Dodge City||Ford||Southwest||Wax||website, wax figures of famous Old West people, located inside the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame|
|Halstead Heritage Museum & Depot||Halstead||Harvey||South Central||Local history||website, operated by the Halstead Historical Society|
|Hamilton County Museum||Syracuse||Hamilton||Southwest||Local history||website, period displays|
|Harold M. Freund American Museum of Baking||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Food||Baking figurines, equipment, memorabilia, part of the American Institute of Baking|
|Harvey County Historical Museum||Newton||Harvey||South Central||Local history||Operated by the Harvey County Historical Society in a former Carnegie library, also the 1883 Kellas School|
|Harvey House Museum||Florence||Marion||South Central||Local history||Operated by the Florence Historical Society in a former Harvey House hotel|
|Haskell County Museum||Sublette||Haskell||Southwest||Local history||website|
|Haskell Cultural Center and Museum||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Native American||website, part of Haskell Indian Nations University, history and culture of the state's Native Americans, military service, history of the University|
|Haun Museum||Jetmore||Hodgeman||Southwest||Local history|||
|Herington Historical Museum||Herington||Dickinson||North Central||Local history||Facebook site, operated by the Herington Historical Society|
|Heritage Center of Dickinson County||Abilene||Dickinson||North Central||Open air||website, includes Historical Museum, Museum of Independent Telephony, a cabin, a grocery store built in 1932 and a C.W. Parker Carousel|
|Heym-Oliver House||Russell||Russell||Northwest||Historic house||website, operated by the Russell County Historical Society, 1870s house|
|High Plains Museum||Goodland||Sherman||Northwest||Local history||website, includes a full-sized, automated replica of America's first patented helicopter|
|Highbanks Hall of Fame National Midget Auto Racing Museum||Belleville||Republic||North Central||Automotive||website|
|Historical Museum of Anthony||Anthony||Harper||South Central||Local history||Located in a Santa Fe Railroad Depot|
|Hoisington Historical Museum||Hoisington||Barton||South Central||Local history||website, operated by the Hoisington Historical Society|
|Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site||Hanover||Washington||Northeast||History||Building used as a stop for the Pony Express|
|Holt-Russell Gallery at Baker University||Baldwin City||Douglas||Northeast||Art||website, located in Parmenter Hall, features art by students, faculty and local, national and international artists|
|Horace Greeley Museum, formerly the Greeley County Historical Society Museum||Tribune||Greeley||website|
|Humboldt Historical Museum||Humboldt||Allen||Southeast||Open air||website, five buildings with exhibits including iron toys, tools and farm implements, local history displays|
|Independence Historical Museum and Art Center||Independence||Montgomery||Southeast||Local history||website, home of Montgomery County Historical Society, early settler' lifestyle, oil industry history, Native American culture, local historical artifacts, period room displays, furnishings and decorative items, art center, Kansas Celebrity Hall of Fame|
|Indian Pay Station & Museum Complex||St. Marys||Pottawatomie||Northeast||Local history|||
|Inman Museum||Inman||McPherson||South Central||Open air||website, includes the museum, 1906 telephone office, depot, caboose, 1875 Wilke homestead house; formerly the McCormick - Deering Days Museum|
|Iron Horse Museum||Parsons||Labette||Southeast||Railroad||Operated by the Ironhorse Historical Society, includes railroad memorabilia, a locomotive and caboose|
|Jackson County Historical Society Museum||Holton||Jackson||Topeka metro||Local history||website|
|Jeffcoat Photograph Studio Museum||Abilene||Dickinson||North Central||History||website, historic photographs of Abilene and Dickinson County|
|Jewell County Historical Society Museum||Mankato||Jewell||North Central||Local history||website|
|John Brown Museum State Historic Site||Osawatomie||Miami||East-Central||History||Abolition and Civil war displays and furnishings|
|Johnson County Museum of History||Shawnee||Johnson||Northeast||Local history||website, County history and culture|
|Johnston Geology Museum||Emporia||Lyon||East-Central||Geology||website, also known as ESU Geology Museum, in ESU Cram Science Hall of Emporia State University|
|Kansas African American Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||African American||website|
|Kansas Auto Racing Museum||Chapman||Dickinson||North Central||Automotive||website|
|Kansas Aviation Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Aviation|
|Kansas Barbed Wire Museum||La Crosse||Rush||South Central||Commodity||Barbed wire and its history|
|Kansas Children's Discovery Center||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Children's|
|Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame||Dodge City||Ford||Southwest||Hall of fame||Part of Boot Hill Museum|
|Kansas Firefighters Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Firefighting||website|
|Kansas Learning Center for Health||Halstead||Harvey||South Central||Medical||website, human body and health displays for children and families|
|Kansas Motorcycle Museum||Marquette||McPherson||South Central||Transportation||Vintage and rare motorcycles, memorabilia and artifacts|
|Kansas Museum of History||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||History||Operated by the Kansas Historical Society|
|Kansas Museum of Military History||Augusta||Butler||South Central||Military||Includes model airplanes, military vehicles, uniforms, equipment, memorabilia; formerly the Augusta Air Museum|
|Kansas Oil and Gas Hall of Fame & Museum||Great Bend||Barton||South Central||Industry||Open by appointment|
|Kansas Oil Museum||El Dorado||Butler||South Central||Industry||website, oil industry, farming, ranching exhibits, oil boom town complex and oil equipment; also known as Butler County History Center|
|Kansas Soldiers' Home||Fort Dodge||Ford||Southwest||History||Tours of 19th-century former fort buildings|
|Kansas Sports Hall of Fame||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Sports||History of sports in Kansas|
|Kansas State Capitol||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||History||Tours operated by the Kansas State Historical Society|
|Kansas State University Historic Costume and Textile Museum||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Textile||website, located in Justin Hall|
|Kansas State University Insect Zoo||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Natural history||website, housed in the old Dairy Barn|
|Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame||Dodge City||Ford||Southwest||Education||website, photos and stories about Kansas' notable teaching professionals|
|Kauffman Museum||North Newton||Harvey||South Central||History||website, affiliated with Bethel College, exhibits on prairie life and natural history, area immigrant pioneers, historic farmstead house and prairie reconstruction|
|Kaw Mission State Historic Site||Council Grove||Morris||Southeast||Native American||Early mission for children of the Kaw tribe|
|Kearny County Historical Museum||Lakin||Kearny||Southwest||Open air||website, complex includes museum building and annex, the White House, the schoolhouse, depot and a metal building to house farm equipment|
|Keystone Gallery||Oakley||Logan||Northwest||Natural history||website, art gallery and fossil museum|
|Kingman County Historical Museum||Kingman||Kingman||South Central||Local history||website, operated by the Kingman County Historical Society|
|Kiowa County Historical Museum & Soda Fountain||Greensburg||Kiowa||South Central||Local history||website, located in the Kiowa County Commons Building, operated by the Kiowa County Historical Society, features a soda fountain display|
|Koester House Museum||Marysville||Marshall||Northeast||Historic house||website, 1876 house decorated with items all belonging to the members of the family that lived there, operated by the Marshall County Historical Society|
|La Cygne Historical Society Museum||La Cygne||Linn||East-Central||Local history||website|
|Lane County Historical Museum||Dighton||Lane||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Lane County Historical Society|
|Lane University & Territorial Capital Museum||Lecompton||Douglas||Northeast||History||Kansas history before the Civil War|
|Lanesfield School Historic Site||Edgerton||Johnson||Northeast||Education||website, history of rural education in Kansas and Johnson County|
|Lansing Historical Museum||Lansing||Leavenworth||Northeast||Local history||website, local and railroad history, history of the Lansing Correctional Facility|
|Lawrence Arts Center||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Art||Visual and performing arts center|
|Legler Barn Museum||Lenexa||Johnson||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Lenexa Historical Society, complex includes the Legler stone barn with local history exhibits and Lenexa historic depot with local transportation exhibits|
|Lincoln County, Kansas, Historical Museum||Lincoln||Lincoln||North Central||Open air||website, operated by the Lincoln County Historical Society, includes Kyne House Museum, a one-room school and early businesses, such as a newspaper office, funeral home, general store|
|Lindsborg Old Mill & Swedish Heritage Museum||Lindsborg||McPherson||South Central||Local history, Open Air||website, Includes 1898 Smoky Valley Roller Mills, 1904 World's Fair Swedish Pavilion and other buildings with local history exhibits|
|Linn County Museum||Pleasanton||Linn||East-Central||Local history||Operated by the Linn County Historical Society|
|Little House on the Prairie Museum||Independence||Montgomery||Reconstructed cabin on site of one of Laura Ingalls Wilder's homestead||website|
|Logan Area Historical Museum||Logan||Phillips||Northwest||Local history||Operated by the Logan Area Historical Society|
|Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Anthropology||Part of Wichita State University, cultural items from around the world and archaeological objects predominantly from the American Midwest and Southwest|
|Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes||Fort Scott||Bourbon||Southeast||Unsung Hero History||Showcasing Unsung Heroes discovered by students grade 6-12 - Website: https://www.lowellmilkencenter.org|
|Lyon County History Center||Emporia||Lyon||East-Central||Local history||website|
|Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm Historic Site||Olathe||Johnson||Northeast||Historic house||Mid-19th century stage coach stop and farm|
|Major General Frederick Funston Home||Iola||Allen||Southeast||Biographical||website, operated by the Allen County Historical Society, Victorian home of Frederick Funston|
|Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Art||Part of Kansas State University, emphasizes the art of Kansas and the surrounding region|
|Marion City Museum||Marion||Marion||South Central||Local history||website|
|Marshall County Courthouse Museum||Marysville||Marshall||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Marshall County Historical Society|
|Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum||Chanute||Neosho||Southeast||Biographical||Life and travels of adventurers Martin and Osa Johnson|
|Marysville Doll Museum||Marysville||Marshall||Northeast||Doll|||
|McPherson Museum||McPherson||McPherson||South Central||Local history||History and cultural heritage of the McPherson community, geology, paleontology, pioneer history, fine art, Native American history|
|Meade County Historical Museum||Meade||Meade||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Meade County Historical Society|
|Medicine Lodge Stockade Museum||Medicine Lodge||Barber||South Central||History||website, includes reproduction frontier fort, museum, Smith Log Cabin, Old Courthouse Jail, admission to the Carrie Nation House|
|Mem-Erie Museum||Erie||Neosho||Southeast||Local history||Operated by the Neosho County Historical Society|
|Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum||Goessel||Marion||South Central||Open air||website, late 19th century Russian Mennonite pioneer buildings and history, artifacts about the progression of mechanization in farming from the 1800s to the mid-1960s|
|Mennonite Settlement Museum||Hillsboro||Marion||South Central||Historic house||website, includes 1876 Peter Paul Loewen House (a Russian Mennonite clay brick house), and reproduction 1876 Friesen Dutch Windmill|
|Miami County Historical Museum||Paola||Miami||East-Central||Local history||website, also known as Swan River Museum, housed in three 19th century buildings|
|Mid-America Air Museum||Liberal||Seward||Southwest||Aviation||Features over 100 aircraft|
|Mid-America All-Indian Center||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Native American||Art and culture of American Indians of the United States|
|Mine Creek Battlefield State Historic Site||Pleasanton||Linn||East-Central||Military||Civil War exhibits|
|Miners Hall Museum||Franklin||Crawford||Southeast||Mining||website, area coal mining, located within the Franklin Community Center & Heritage Museum|
|Mitchell County Museum||Beloit||Mitchell||North Central||Local history||Facebook site, operated by the Mitchell County Historical Society|
|Morton County Historical Society Museum||Elkhart||Morton||Southwest||Local history||website, exhibits on pioneer life on the Santa Fe Trail|
|Moss-Thorns Gallery of Art||Hays||Ellis||Northwest||Art||website, part of Fort Hays State University in Rarick Hall|
|Mound City Historic Park||Mound City||Linn||East-Central||Open air||website, operated by the Mound City Historical Society, includes school, depot, barn, windmill, log cabin, historic house|
|Mound Valley Historical Museum||Mound Valley||Labette||Southeast||Local history|||
|Moundridge Depot Museum||Moundridge||McPherson||South Central||Railroad||website, restored 1880s depot, open by appointment, operated by the Moundridge Historical Association|
|Mueller-Schmidt House Museum||Dodge City||Ford||Southwest||Historic house||Operated by the Ford County Historical Society, 1880s house|
|Mulvane Art Museum||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Art||website, part of Washburn University, collection features 4,000 pieces of fine art including paintings, prints, sculptures and decorative art|
|Mulvane Historical Museum||Mulvane||Sedgwick||South Central||Local history||website, operated by the Mulvane Historical Society in a historic Santa Fe Railroad depot|
|Museum at Prairiefire||Overland Park||Johnson||Northeast||Natural history||Natural history of Kansas, included dinosaurs, traveling exhibitions from the American Museum of Natural History|
|Museum of Crawford County||Girard||Crawford||Southeast||Local history|||
|Museum of Deaf History, Arts and Culture||Olathe||Johnson||Northeast||Art, history and culture||History of the Kansas State School For the Deaf and Deaf culture|
|Museum of the Great Plains||Leoti||Wichita||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Wichita County Historical Society|
|Museum of the Kansas National Guard||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Military||website, history of the Kansas National Guard|
|Museum of World Treasures||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Multiple||Includes exhibits on fossils, ancient Egypt, American military history, American Presidents and European royalty, frontier and Old West history and more|
|National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame||Bonner Springs||Wyandotte||Northeast||Agriculture||Includes museum of farming, gallery with rural art and artifacts, National Poultry Museum, 1890s period house, recreated rural village|
|National Fred Harvey Museum||Leavenworth||Leavenworth||Northeast||Historic house||website, planned museum, operated by the Leavenworth Historical Museum Association|
|National Glass Museum||Wellington||Sumner||South Central||Glass||website, museum of American-made glass with an emphasis on the Depression era, operated by the National Depression Glass Association|
|National Orphan Train Complex||Concordia||Cloud||North Central||History||Story of the Orphan Train Movement from 1854-1929|
|Nehama County Historical Museum||Seneca||Nemaha||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Nehama County Historical Society, housed in a former jail and sheriff's residence, also nearby Masonic building with military exhibits|
|Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art||Overland Park||Johnson||Northeast||Art||Part of Johnson County Community College, features works of international, national and regional artists|
|Ness County Historical Museum||Ness City||Ness||Southwest||Local history||Includes the museum, Oil and Agriculture Museum, Ness City's first schoolhouse and local artifacts|
|Nicodemus National Historic Site||Nicodemus||Grant||Southwest||African American||Only remaining western town established by African Americans during the Reconstruction Period following the American Civil War|
|Norton County Historical Museum||Norton||Norton||Northwest||Local history||Operated by the Norton County Historical Society|
|Oil Patch Museum||Russell||Russell||Northwest||Industry||website, operated by the Russell County Historical Society, local oil discovery and production|
|Old Castle Museum||Baldwin City||Douglas||Northeast||Local history||Part of Baker University, artifacts from early Kansas, Methodist, and Baker history, Kibbee cabin|
|Old Cowtown Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Living||1870s mid-western cattle town|
|Old Depot Museum||Ottawa||Franklin||East-Central||Local history||Operated by the Franklin County Historical Society, history of local Native Americans, local industries, railroads, recreations of historical rooms|
|Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Open air||Complex with a Victorian home, log cabin, turn-of-the-20th-century town and a 2.5-acre (10,000 m2) botanical garden|
|Osage County Museum||Lyndon||Osage||Topeka metro||Local history||website, operated by the Osage County Historical Society|
|Osawatomie History Museum||Osawatomie||Miami||East-Central||Local history||website|
|Osborne County Historical Museum||Osborne||Osborne||Northwest||Local history||Local artifacts and a school|
|Oswego Historical Museum||Oswego||Labette||Southeast||Local history||website, period displays, log cabin nearby, operated by the Oswego Historical Society|
|Ottawa County Historical Museum||Minneapolis||Ottawa||North Central||Local history||website|
|Oz Museum||Wamego||Pottawatomie||Northeast||Media||website, Oz memorabilia|
|Palmer Museum||Jewell||Jewell||North Central||Local history||Oen by appointment, history of the community and small-town newspapers, features historic printing equipment|
|Paradise Doll Hospital & Museum||Towanda||Butler||South Central||Doll|||
|Parker Museum||Parker||Linn||East-Central||Local history||website, operated by the Parker Community Historical Society|
|Parsons Historical Museum||Parsons||Labette||Southeast||Local history||website, operated by the Parsons Historical Society|
|Paul Boyer Museum of Animated Carvings||Belleville||Republic||North Central||Art||Animated folk art carvings|
|Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site||Republic||Republic||North Central||Native American||Archaeological remains and exhibits of an 1820s Pawnee village|
|Peabody Historical Library Museum||Peabody||Marion||South Central||Local history||Operated by the Peabody Historical Society|
|Peabody Printing Museum||Peabody||Marion||South Central||Technology||Collection of hot type equipment dating from 1870–1920|
|Pioneer-Krier Museum||Ashland||Clark||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Clark County Historical Society|
|Pony Express Barn||Marysville||Marshall||Northeast||Transportation||website, operated by the Marshall County Historical Society, barn used as Home Station No. 1 on the Pony Express route|
|Pony Express Museum||Seneca||Nemaha||Northeast||Local history||Includes saloon, blacksmith shop, schoolroom, stables, kitchen with many items from the historic Smith Hotel, a parlor and bedroom typical of the hotel|
|Post Rock Scout Museum||Lincoln||Lincoln||North Central||Scouting||website, historical artifacts of scouting organizations, open by appointment|
|Prairie Museum of Art and History||Colby||Thomas||Northwest||Multiple||website, operated by the Thomas County Historical Society, collections of toys & dolls, glass, ceramics, clothing, furnishings; barn with agriculture machinery & displays, sod house, church, 1930s farmstead, one room school|
|Pratt County Historical Museum||Pratt||Pratt||South Central||Local history||website|
|Quayle Bible Collection||Baldwin City||Douglas||Northeast||Literary||website, part of Baker University in the Collins Library|
|Rawlins County Museum||Atwood||Rawlins||Northwest||Local history||Operated by the Rawlins County Historical Society, includes re-creations of a beauty parlor, post office, doctor's office, dentist's office and a school room|
|Red Barn Studio Museum||Lindsborg||McPherson||South Central||Art||website, working studio of professional artist and craftsman Lester Raymer (1907-1991), operated by the Raymer Society for the Arts|
|Reno County Museum||Hutchinson||Reno||South Central||Local history||website|
|Republic County Historical Society Museum||Belleville||Republic||North Central||Local history||website|
|Richmond Community Museum||Richmond||Franklin||East-Central Kansas||Local history||Facebook site|
|Riley County Historical Museum||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Riley County Historical Society, includes the Hartford House|
|Rock Creek Valley Historical Society Museum||Westmoreland||Pottawatomie||Northeast||Open air||website, includes main museum, a two-story log cabin, historic stone church, an annex for large machinery and equipment|
|Roebke Memorial Museum||Holton||Jackson||Topeka metro||Local history||website, operated by the Jackson County Historical Society, 1876 house with local history and cultural displays|
|Roniger Memorial Museum||Cottonwood Falls||Chase||Southeast||Native American||Native American artifacts and local history items|
|Rush County Historical Society||LaCrosse||Rush||South Central||Multiple||website, complex includes Post Rock Museum with displays of pioneer history, Rush County Historical Museum in a former depot, and Nekoma Bank Museum with bank displays|
|Salina Art Center||Salina||Saline||North Central||Art||website|
|Salter House Museum||Argonia||Sumner||South Central||Historic house||Open by appointment by the Argonia and Western Sumner County Historical Society, 1880s period house|
|Santa Fe Trail Center||Larned||Pawnee||Southwest||Open air||website, local history and history of the Santa Fe Trail|
|Santa Fe Trail Museum||Ingalls||Gray||Southwest||Local history|||
|Scandia Museum||Scandia||Republic||North Central||Local history||information|
|Schmidt Museum of Natural History||Emporia||Lyon||East-Central||Natural history||website, part of Emporia State University|
|Schuyler Museum||Burlingame||Osage||Topeka metro||Local history||information, operated by the Burlingame Historical Preservation Society in the former Schuyler Grade School|
|Seelye Mansion||Abilene||Dickinson||North Central||Historic house||website, 1905 25-room mansion, includes Patent Medicine Museum|
|Shafer Gallery||Great Bend||Barton||South Central||Art||website, officially known as the L. E. "Gus" and Eva Shafer Memorial Art Gallery, part of Barton Community College|
|Shaffer House Museum and Art Center||Moline||Elk||Southeast||Local history|
|Shawnee Indian Mission State Historic Site||Fairway||Johnson||Northeast||History||Mission history and period rooms|
|Shawnee Town||Shawnee||Johnson||Northeast||Open air||website, small town rural life from the 1920s|
|Sheridan County Historical Society & Mickey's Museum||Hoxie||Sheridan||Northwest||Local history||https://www.facebook.com/SCHSMMKS/ Facebook site]|
|Smoky Hill Museum||Salina||Saline||North Central||Local history||website|
|Souders Historical Museum||Cheney||Sedgwick||Open air||Open by appointment, late 1880s and early 20th century small town buildings|
|Spencer Museum of Art||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Art||Part of University of Kansas|
|Stafford County Museum||Stafford||Strafford||South Central||Local history||website, operated by the Stafford County Historical & Genealogical Society|
|Stanton County Museum||Johnson||Stanton||Southwest||Open air||Facebook site, includes train depot, jail, caboose, grain elevator, general store, 1935 WPA building, historic houses|
|Stauth Memorial Museum||Montezuma||Gray||Southwest||Cultural||website, handicrafts and arts from around the world, displays about history, art, science|
|Sternberg Museum of Natural History||Hays||Ellis||Northwest||Natural history||Part of Fort Hays State University, includes dinosaurs, fossils, prehistoric animals, giant sea-swimming lizards and fish|
|Stevens County Gas & Historical Museum||Hugoton||Stevens||Southwest||Open air||website, complex includes museum of local history artifacts, train depot, 1887 school house, 1887 home, grocery store and barber shop, jail, 1905 church, Professional Building with tribute to Hugoton's past judges and lawyers and the Agricultural Building with displays of farm equipment & implements|
|Strang Carriage House||Overland Park||Johnson||Northeast||Local history||Serves as home to the Overland Park Historical Society and showcases a collection of items from the early history of Overland Park and the surrounding area.|
|Strataca||Hutchinson||Reno||South Central||Mining||Underground rock salt mine and museum, also known as Kansas Underground Salt Museum|
|Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center||Kansas City||Wyandotte||Northwest||Cultural||website, permanent exhibits for the countries of Croatia, the Ukraine, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Russia|
|They Also Ran Gallery||Norton||Norton||Northwest||History||website, photographs and information about defeated candidates for the U.S. Presidency|
|Tonganoxie Community Historical Society and Museum||Tonganoxie||Leavenworth||Open air||website includes the museum of local history housed in the milk parlor, the Fairchild/Knox Dairy barn, Honey Valley School, Reno Methodist Church and fire house|
|Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Art||Includes the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery|
|Topeka Computing Museum||Topeka||Shawnee||Topeka metro||Technology||website, displays of historic personal computers and electronic game systems|
|Towanda Area Historical Museum||Towanda||Butler||South Central||Local history||Operated by the Towanda Historical Society|
|Trading Post Museum||Pleasanton||Linn||East-Central||Local history|||
|Trail Days Historic Site||Council Grove||Morris||Northeast||Art, history and Culture||A complex of buildings composed of an 1861 Rawlinson-Terwilliger Stone Home, Trail Days Arts & History Center, 1858 log house inside a barn, 1902 Field School House, 1942 World War II Cabin, and 1930 Motor Camp Cabin.|
|Trego County Museum||WaKeeney||Trego||Northwest||Local history||website, operated by the Trego County Historical Society|
|Ulrich Museum of Art||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Art||website, part of Wichita State University, modern and contemporary art, features 76-piece Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection|
|University of Kansas Natural History Museum||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Natural history||Part of University of Kansas, also known as Dyche Museum of Natural History|
|Valley Center Historical Museum||Valley Center||Sedgwick||South Central||Local history||website, operated by the Valley Center Historical and Cultural Society|
|Valley Falls Historical Society Museum||Valley Falls||Jefferson||Topeka metro||Local history||website|
|W.H. Morgan House||Peabody||Marion||South Central||Historic house||1881 two-story cottage, operated by the Peabody Historical Society|
|Wabaunsee County Historical Museum||Alma||Wabaunsee||Topeka metro||History||website, operated by the Wabaunsee County Historical Society|
|Wakefield Museum||Wakefield||Clay||North Central||Local history||website|
|Waller-Coolbaugh 20th Century House||Stockton||Rooks||Northwest||Historic house||1905 High Classical Revival residence|
|Walter P. Chrysler Boyhood Home & Museum||Ellis||Ellis||Northwest||Biographical||website, information|
|Wamego Historical Museum||Wamego||Pottawatomie||Northeast||Open air||website, includes Old Dutch Mill and museum complex with a local history museum, prairie town village including a one-room school house, rock jail and log cabin; operated by the Wamego Historical Society|
|Warkentin House||Newton||Harvey||South Central||Historic house||1880s Victorian mansion|
|Washington-Ames House||Leoti||Wichita||Southwest||Local history||website, operated by the Wichita County Historical Society|
|Washington County Museum||Washington||Washington||Northeast||Local history||Operated by the Washington County Historical & Genealogical Society|
|Watkins Community Museum of History||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Douglas County Historical Society|
|Wichita Art Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Art||Works by American painters, potters, sculptors and textile weavers|
|Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum||Wichita||Sedgwick||South Central||Local history|
|Wilcox Classical Museum||Lawrence||Douglas||Northeast||Art||website, part of University of Kansas, plaster casts of Greek and Roman Sculpture and Greek and Roman antiquities|
|William Allen White House State Historic Site||Emporia||Lyon||East-Central||Biographical||Home of newspaperman and author William Allen White, also known as Red Rocks State Historic Site|
|William F. Schaeffler House||Hillsboro||Marion||South Central||Historic house||website, early 20th century Edwardian home|
|Wilson County Historical Museum||Fredonia||Wilson||Southeast||Local history||Operated by the Wilson County Historical Society|
|Wilson Czech Opera House & Museum||Wilson||Ellsworth||North Central||Local history||Czech immigrant heritage artifacts|
|Wolf House||Manhattan||Riley||Northeast||Local history||website, operated by the Riley County Historical Society, 1880s period home|
|Woodson County Historical Museum||Yates Center||Woodson||Southeast||Local history|||
|World War II History Center||El Dorado||Butler||South Central||History||website, includes information about the entire war on the European, Pacific and Home Fronts|
|Wyandotte County Historical Museum||Bonner Springs||Wyandotte||Northeast||Local history||website, information and photos|
|Yesterday House Museum||Sylvan Grove||Lincoln||North Central||Local history||website, operated by the Sylvan Grove Historical Society|
|Yesteryear Museum||Salina||Saline||North Central||Agriculture||website, agriculture, cultural displays depicting early rural life in 1900s, also known as Central Kansas Flywheels Museum|
|Yost Art Gallery||Highland||Doniphan||Northeast||Art||website, part of Highland Community College|
- Abilene Fashion Museum
- Crawford County Historical Museum, Pittsburg, closed in 2015
- Lebold Mansion, Abilene, a private house as of 2010
- Museum of the Antique Fan Collectors Association, collection of electric fans, moving from Andover, Kansas to Zionsville, Indiana, website
- Norman No. 1 Oil Well Museum, Neodesha
- Scotty's Classic Car Museum, Arma, website, closed and for sale as of 3/3/2016
- Ted's Old Iron Farm and Museum, Columbus, closed in 2014 after owner's death
- Botanical gardens in Kansas (category)
- List of museums in the United States
- Nature Centers in Kansas
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