Kansas Day Program on Sunday, January 22, starting at 2 p.m at the museum. Jim Gray will present "Head 'Em Up and Move 'Em Out". Funded by the Kansas Humanities Council.
|Sunday||1 - 4pm|
|Tuesday||10am - noon||1 - 5pm|
|Wednesday||1 - 5pm|
|Thursday||1 - 5pm|
|Friday||10am - noon||1 - 5pm|
|Saturday||10am - noon||1 - 4pm|
The Historical Society added an original one-room school to the grounds in May 1997. The Pleasant Valley School was located in the northwest part of the county. Housed in the main museum is a display of articles from the area schools.
Military — A sense of patriotism has been important to the residents of Trego County. This is visible by the range of artifacts on display in military collection including WWI, WWII and Vietnam War.
Household Goods — From baking bread to washing clothes, pioneer women in Trego County did not have the modern conveniences to assist them in daily life. Our collection shows cast iron cookware, canning supplies and laundry accessories.
Plus many more artifacts await your visit!