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151 McDonald Drive, Lawrence, KS, US, 66044

  • Phone: (785) 330-7241
  • Fax: (785) 840-0757
4.5 out of 5 (178 reviews)
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Arts & Museums

»University of Kansas Spencer Museum of Art

The University of Kansas Spencer Museum of Art owes its existence to the generous $4.6 million contribution by an art collector from Kansas City, Mrs. Helen Spencer. Built in a neo-classical design, the stunning building is home to over 7500 exhibits including paintings, photographs, ceramics, furniture, glass works, textiles and more. European, American, Australian, East Asian and Latin artworks are well-represented here so art lovers can have a fun day out. Admission free.

1301 Mississippi Street
Lawrence, KS 66045

»Watkins Community Museum of History

Operated by the Douglas County Historical Society, the Watkins Community Museum of History is housed in the former Land Mortgage Company and Watkins National Band, a Richardson Romanesque-style building constructed in the 1880's. Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and until 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, the Watkins Community Museum of History has an extensive historical photograph collection and exhibits relating to Douglas County, Kansas.

1047 Massachusetts Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»The Wilcox Classical Museum

Managed by the Department of Classics in the University of Kansas, the Wilcox Classical Museum houses some interesting terracotta figurines, Roman and Greek sculptures and plaster cast art works. Busts of the Roman Emperors, vases and 1st century bronze furniture are a few of the big hits here. The museum can also be hired for class presentations and private events, so check website for further details.

1410 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045

»KU Museum of Anthropology

Ethnic objects from around the world. Annual Indian Arts Show.

Spooner Hall
Lawrence, Kansas 66045

»Spencer Museum of Art

Only comprehensive collection in Kansas.

University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas 66045

»University of Kansas Natural History Museum

Located in the city of Lawrence, the University of Kansas Natural History Museum is spread over 4 floors, and houses some mind-boggling fossils of dinosaurs, Prairie dogs, snakes, birds, hump-backed whales, wolves, invertebrates and insects. Interactive displays are a big hit with the kids who are absolutely fascinated by every exhibit. Although admission is free, suggested donations apply. Check website for upcoming events.

1345 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045

»Holt Russel Gallery

Changing exhibits feature international artists.

Baker University
Baldwin City, Kansas 66006

»Santa Fe Depot/ Midland Railway

1906 Landmark, National Register of Historic Places, train rides.

1513 High St
Baldwin City, Kansas 66006

»Art Affair Gallery

An exquisite gallery of fine arts with changing monthly exhibits.

622 High Street
Baldwin City, Kansas 66006

»Harley-Davidson

Harley museum located in historic building. Vintage motorcycles, exhibits, and collectibles.

2047 Southwest Topeka Boulevard
Topeka, Kansas 66604

»National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame

Chartered by Congress to honor America's farmers, this unique 172 acre complex offers an educational tour of the history and importance of agriculture as well as celebrating the important achievements by farmers. Admission is charged. Hours vary seasonally, so call ahead. It is closed on major holidays.

630 Hall of Fame Drive
Kansas City, Kansas 66012

»Combat Air Museum

Venture through two hangers full of historic military aircraft and exhibits dating from WWI to the present.

Forbes Field Hanger 602
Topeka, Kansas 66619
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