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Greyhound Hall of Fame - Abilene, Kansas - See interesting displays of greyhounds from ancient times to the present.

Harvey House Museum - Florence, Kansas.

Geary County Historical Society & Museums - Junction City, Kansas - Living history craft demonstrations, art exhibitions, reenactments, lectures and special programs are periodically presented at the museum

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Museum of Independent Telephony - Abilene, Kansas - 140 years of telephone technology, including a collection of America's earliest telephones on permanent loan from the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.

The Geodetic Center of the United States, Osbourne Kansas - determined by the Army Corps of Engineers.

The Finney County Historical Museum - Garden City, Kansas - See a giant hairball from a cow's stomach, the hairball weighs 55 pounds (when wet) and was 38" in circumference.

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The Big Well - Greensburg, Kansas - A 109-foot well was dug In 1887 it measures 32-feet in diameter, also on display is a 1,000 lbs. Pallasite meteriorite from a Kiowa County field

Garden of Eden , Lucas, Kansas - I could hear so many, as they go by, sing out, "What is this?" Now they can read it, stop or go on, Just as they please. -S.P. Dinsmoor

The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum, 120 W. 1st Street, LaCrosse, KS - devoted solely to the history and legend of this part of America often referred to as the “Devils Rope”. On exhibit are over 2000 barbed wire varieties; including samples manufactured between the years 1870 and 1890. Hundreds of antique fencing tools illustrate the inventiveness of pioneers

The World's Largest Prairie Dog -Oakley, Kansas - see the amazing 8,000-pound creature"

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The World's Largest Ball of Sisal Twine - Cawker City - Frank Stoeber started this ball of twine on his farm in 1953. By 1957 it weighed 5,000 pounds, stood 8 feet high, and had 1,175,180 feet of twine on it. Stoeber gave the ball to Cawker City in 1961 before his death in 1974.

 

 

 

 

 

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