Good views of the facility are from Strawn Cemetery. This attraction is more interesting than it sounds, but then it may not sound very interesting.- The Martin and Osage Johnson Safari Museum tells the story of the romance of these film pioneers.specialty food has the free Riley County Historical Museum, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, the fun Sunset Zoo , Flint Hills Discover Center, and Kansas State University's Display Gardens and Insect Zoo. Deep Creek Waterfall at the Pillsbury Crossing Wildlife Area is southeast of town.- Beloit Falls on the Solomon River is just above Highway 14 near downtown Beloit.- Visit the Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum, free Greyhound Hall of Fame, Heritage Center of Dickinson County & Museum of Independent Telephony, Seelye Mansion, Bow Studio & gallery, Lebold Mansion, Abilene's great restaurants, Brown Park Waterfall, and the Russell Stover Candies store.- Baker Wetlands, Grinter's Sunflower Farm, Natural History Museum & Biodiversity Research Center, Spencer Museum of Art, Dole Institute of Politics, Quantrill's Raid, Watkins Community Museum of History, Naismith Memorial, Prairie Park Nature Center, Schmiedler Grassroots Art, Art Tougeau, Christmas Display Tour, Busker Festival, Booth Hall of Athletics, Bowersock Mills & Power Plant Tour, and Festival of the Nativities.The surprising store is just a couple of blocks off of the I-69 Bypass. Pat's Church, Lewis & Clark Sites and the Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum. Kansas Museum of Military History has planes, tanks, trucks, jeeps and helicopters.
Over 400 agricultural implements, plus household memorabilia and even entire buildings moved to the site by a delightful retired couple.
The falls is on the edge of Chautauqua Park, a nice little municipal park wedged in a horseshoe formed by the Solomon River.
has the Washington Street Historic District, which is the home of several museums and interesting stores, such as the Kansas Motorcycle Museum, Oil Pump and Marquette Museum & Range School Museum.
The Big Basin which is named is a mile wide sinkhole of "sink" which is more than 100's feet deep. Patrick's Mission Church was constructed in the frontier settlement of Chapman's Creek in the early 1860s.
The church was destroyed by a tornado in 2008 and the St.
Patrick's Chapel memorial using the original stone was completed in 2010.