WESTERN HIGH PLAINS 122 Kansas Official Travel Guide TravelKS.com CONTACT INDIVIDUAL BUSINESSES FOR INFORMATION ON ADA COMPLIANCE. THE BIG WELL MUSEUM VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER 315 S. Sycamore, (620) 723-4102 bigwell.org Completed in 1888, The Big Well is the worlds largest hand-dug well at 109 ft. deep. Visitors can go into the well and view exhibits about the 2007 tornado. GREENSBURG GREENTOWN 402 S. Sycamore, (620) 723-2790 greensburggreentown.org Eco-tourism options available to visitors including tours of Greensburg and eco-lodging. Experience green living in a state- of-the-art eco-home. KIOWA COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM SODA FOUNTAIN 320 S. Main St., (620) 723-1125 kiowacountyksmuseum.org Kiowa County Historical Museum features exhibits of the history of Kiowa County. Enjoy a treat at the restored old-fashioned soda fountain. HAVILAND KANSAS METEORITE MUSEUM 21255 K St., (620) 723-2318 kansasmeteorite.com This museum specializes in the Brenham pallasite meteorite, the rarest type in the world, and displays the worlds largest collection of these meteorites. HUGOTON FORE WINDS GOLF COURSE 3 miles west on Hwy. 51, (620) 544-8269 The new club house was built by the members in 1998. STEVENS COUNTY GAS HISTORICAL MUSEUM 905 S. Adams, PO Box 87, (620) 544-8751 skyways.org/towns/hugoton/ museum.html A museum depicting the discovery and development of the Huguton gas eld. JETMORE CHEYENNE HILLS MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE 600 N. Cheyenne Dr., hodgemancountyks.com Beautiful new 9-hole golf course and clubhouse. Grass greens, cart rental and storage. Daily green fees or memberships available. HAUN MUSEUM 421 Main, hodgemancountyks.com Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, Fri. 11am-5pm; Sat. 10am-noon and 1-5pm; Sun. 1-5pm. Otherwise by appointment. Please call ahead and we will have it open. HORSETHIEF RESERVOIR 19005 SW 156 Hwy., (620) 357-6420 horsethiefres.com/index.htm Quickly becoming the outdoor destination of southwest Kansas, visit HorseThief Reservoir for all things outdoors! Come spend some time at HorseThief. KENYON NATURE PARK 305 W. Bramley St., (620) 357-8831 hodgemancountyks.com Kenyon Nature Park is a nature- lovers paradise right in the heart of the city. Walk through the trail or simply rest on one of the benches and enjoy. LEOTI MUSEUM OF THE GREAT PLAINS 201 N. 4th St., (620) 375-2316 wichitacountymuseum.org 11,000-sq.-ft. of Old West, arrowheads, barbed wire, hats, saddles, RR, 57 quilts, fossils, WWI and II, Spanish American and Civil War. Old town in basement. WASHINGTON AMES HOUSE MUSEUM 110 N. 3rd St., (620) 375-2316 wichitacountymuseum.org Victorian house tours of renovated home of pioneer attorney. Awesome decor, beautiful woodwork, summer kitchen, carbide gas generator. LIBERAL ADVENTURE BAY FAMILY WATER PARK 1100 N. Kansas, (620) 626-0187 visitliberal.com Seasonal outdoor park with 4 large slides, multiple smaller slides, spray features, pirate ship, lily pad rope course, basketball goals and large dump bucket. BAKER ARTS CENTER 624 N. Pershing, (620) 624-2810 bakerartscenter.org This facility offers art exhibits from national, regional and local artists, workshops and a sales gallery offering unique gifts and artworks. Free admission. CORONADO HISTORICAL MUSEUM 567 E. Cedar, (620) 624-7624 sewardcountymuseum.com Memorial-Labor Day Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Sun. 1-5pm. Winter hours: Tue.-Sat. 9am-5pm Sun. 1-5pm. Free admission. DOROTHYS HOUSE AND THE LAND OF OZ 567 Cedar St., (620) 624-7624 sewardcountymuseum.com The Land of Oz consists of 5,000 sq. ft. of entertainment: Good and bad witches, munchkins, winged monkeys, Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. INTERNATIONAL PANCAKE DAY 318 N. Lincoln, (620) 624-6423 pancakeday.net The Hall of Fame sits at the nish line into the race and offers a glimpse of the history of the event. It includes displays given to Liberal by Olney. MID-AMERICA AIR MUSEUM 2000 W. 2nd St., (620) 624-5263 cityoiberal.org MAAM houses a collection of more than 100 aircraft including civilian, military, experimentals, helicopters and homebuilts. Regular traveling exhibits as well. WILLOW TREE GOLF COURSE 1800 W. 15th St., (620) 626-0175 cityoiberal.org This 18-hole course is easy to walk and fun to play. Pro shop on-site. MCCRACKEN MCCRACKEN HISTORICAL MUSEUM INC. 200 Main St., (785) 394-2446 1901 Post Rock Jail Museum holds McCracken original jail cells, Fort Hays-Fort Dodge Trail, Paper Moon, Barnard College, McCracken Rodeo. MONTEZUMA CROOKED CREEK COUNTRY CLUB 201 E. Geronimo, (620) 846-7166 kansasgolf.org Beautifully maintained 9-hole golf course with grass greens and sweeping Kansas views. A challenge to any golfer. Driving range. Member Kansas Golf Association. STAUTH MEMORIAL MUSEUM 111 N. Aztec St., PO Box 396, (620) 846-2527 stauthmemorialmuseum.org Features the travel adventures of Claude and Donalda Stauth: art, instruments, statues, etc. Prestigious traveling exhibits, a wildlife collection and Western art. MOSCOW ANTLERS SPORTS BAR AND GRILL East Hwy. 56, (620) 598-2078 Watch the game while enjoying a great meal. Steaks, sandwiches, salad bar and more. Accessible parking and accommodations. MULLINVILLE FROMME-BIRNEY ROUND BARN 2351 O St., (620) 723-1125 Built in 1912 for draft horses, this 16-sided barn is an architectural marvel. On the National Register of Historic Places. Open 24/7; 3 miles south of Mullinville. M.T. LIGGETT ARTWORK 119 N. Cherry, (620) 548-2597 Stop and marvel at these kinetic art displays made by local character M. T. Liggett. Unique art pieces from discarded metal that line Hwy. 400 in West Mullinville. NORTON STAGECOACH STATION 15 West Highway 36 and Jones Ave., Water Tower Park, (785) 877-2501 discovernorton.com In 1859, Horace Greeley went west across the U.S. and wrote about his experiences. Stops were made at stations for food and rest. See Station 15 in Norton. OAKLEY ANNIE OAKLEY PARK 627 E. 5th St., 209 Hudson, (785) 671-1000 discoveroakley.com Walking trail, playgrounds, picnic areas and 9-hole disc golf open year-round free of charge. Pool is open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission charge. BUFFALO BILL BRONZE SCULPTURE 3083 U.S. Hwy. 83, (785) 671-1000 buffalobilloakley.org FICK FOSSIL AND HISTORY MUSEUM 700 W. 3rd, (785) 671-4839 discoveroakley.com Prehistoric marine fossils and folk art of Vi and Earnest Fick. Sod house, replica of 1886 UP railroad depot, military displays and historical picture display. MONUMENT ROCKS NATIONAL LANDMARK Jayhawk Road, 25 miles south of Oakley off of U.S.-83, (785) 671-1000 discoveroakley.com Kansas rst National Natural Landmark and one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas. Some of these rock formations, aka the chalk pyramids, are more than 50 feet tall. RUSSELL SPRINGS BUTTERFIELD TRAIL MUSEUM 515 Hilts, (785) 751-4242 buttereldtrailmuseum.org The museum preserves the rich history of Buttereld Overland Despatch stage line that ran from Fort Riley, Kansas, to the gold elds of Denver in the 1860s. SCOTT CITY BATTLE CANYON STATE AND NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 902 W. Hwy. 96, (620) 872-5912 elquartelejomuseum.org/ museum/exhibits/native- american-sites/battle-canyon The last Indian battle in Kansas. A monument overlooks the cave, canyon and the bluffs where the Northern Cheyenne hid waiting to ambush the U.S. Cavalry. DUFFS BUFFALO RANCH TOURS 980 W. Road 100, (620) 874-5120 duffmeats.com/index. php?route=product/ categorypath=63 Take a ride on the wild side. Get up-close-and-personal with one of the most magnicent animals. Small to large tours can be combined with museum tours.