Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum

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  • The Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum houses one of the nation’s remaining Native American dugout canoes, as well as a rare 1903 American LaFrance Steam Fire Engine. Exhibits cover Wyandotte County history, from the Stone Age up to the present. New to the site is the N.A.A. Bomber Builders Monument in honor of those employees who built 6,608 B-25 bombers in the Fairfax district during World War II.
    View the museum's latest display "Look Up" an architectural display of unique architecture in Wyandotte County, KS: https://www.wycokck.org/WycoKCK/media/Wyandotte-County-Historical-Museum/Documents/Presentation.pdf

    Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm, closed on Holidays, closed on Saturday and Sunday

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