Edwards County
Historical Society Museum

About

The Edwards County Historical Society had a dream to build a museum to preserve the pioneer heritage of Edwards County. Using donated funds, the museum was completed in May 1967. Located in Midway Park in Kinsley, Kansas, on the west edge of town at the junction on Highway 50 and Highway 56.  The complex consists of a historical church, a museum with an enclosed sod house, antique farm machinery, and the Midway U.S.A. sign.
 

 Kinsley is located midway between New York and San Francisco. 

 

Location

The Edwards County Historical Society Museum complex is located in Midway Park in Kinsley, Kansas, on the west edge of town at the junction on Highway 50 and Highway 56.  The complex consists of a historical church, a museum with an enclosed sod house, antique farm machinery, and the Midway U.S.A. sign.  Kinsley is located midway between New York and San Francisco. 

WE ARE OPEN

Monday-Saturday:  9 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 1 pm - 5 pm
 

CONTACT

Edwards County Museum

PO Box 64

Kinsley, KS 67547

Phone:620-233-0247

Julieackerman@hotmail.com

librarian281942@yahoo.com

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Official Santa Fe Trail Association / Wet-Dry Chapter

https://www.santafetrail.org/chapters/wetdry/

 

More of a local twist to our area of Kansas

http://www.santafetrailresearch.com/wet/dry-route.html

 

City of Kinsley

http://www.kinsleyks.com/

Edwards County Tourism Page

http://www.edwardscounty.org/attractions.hm

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