This is one hip town to be in. Everywhere you go, everyone smiles at you. I thank the folks at the Great Bend CVB for help...
Great Bend Explorations
Learn more about Great Bend by following the links below:
Barton County Historical Society Museum & Village
85 S. Hwy. 281
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About this Exploration:
The St. Paul Lutheran Church.
School District No. 50
The Museum is a Santa Fe Trail interpretive site and features a variety of displays covering the history of Barton County from its Native American roots to its rich World War II history. The museum sits among rescued and restored buildings from the past - an 1873 pioneer home, an 1898 church, a 1910 train depot, a 1915 one-room school house and a post-World War II prefab Lustron home. Visitors can use the Ray Schultz Research Library to trace historical events or family history.
Open winter hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Summer hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Group tours are available. Admission is charged.
A young boy digs for dinosaur fossils, just like real paleontologists did when they discovered the monosaur skull (above).
Great Bend Convention & Visitors Bureau
3111 10th Street / P.O. Box 1168
Great Bend, KS 67530-0274
Phone: 620.792.2750 or 877.427.9299