Emporia Flint Hills Tours

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A two day tour of Emporia, Cottonwood Falls and Council Grove. Historical Sites, food, shopping and fun are just a few of the things...

Lyon County State Lake

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Lyon County State Lake is a 40 acre lake and 442 acre wildlife area owned and managed by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and...

Howe House

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Completed in 1867 as the home of local stonemason Richard Howe, this two-story limestone structure reflects Federal and Greek Revivals styles in addition to...

Soden’s Grove Bridge

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The bridge is a 216-ft. reinforced concrete Rainbow Arch bridge designed by James Marsh. It was completed in 1923 on old piers dating from...

Emporia Bike Trail

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A 7 mile scenic trail passing Emporia attractions.For more information call the Flint Hills Bicycle Club.

W.W. Finney House

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Built in 1907, is a Shingle style with limestone accents. Finney and his son, Ronald, were successful financiers and close associates of important political...

Anderson Memorial Library

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A rusticated limestone block structure in Neoclassical style, which was completed in 1902. A gift from Andrew Carnegie in memory of his friend, John...

William Allen White’s Home

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This house, a National Historic Register Landmark, was rented by William Allen White in 1899 and purchased by him in 1901. It was his...

Plumb Place

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Carrie Plumb was the widow of Emporia Founder and United States Senator Preston B. Plumb. She built the house in 1895 around an earlier...

Lindley M. Harris House

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This house was built in 1898, and features an asymmetrical front facade, spindlework and multiple shingle styles in addition to the clapboard siding. Stained...