John Brown Statue

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Near the heart of the city, this statue pays tribute to John Brown, one of the nation's early-day opponents of slavery.rn

Korean/Vietnam Veterans Memorial of Wyandotte County

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The nation's first dual war memorial is dedicated to veterans of both the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. The marble memorial with two life-size bronze...

St.Paul’s Episcopal Church

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A Historic church founded in 1857, it is the home of the Grinning Gargoyle and Dove art center. Address: 1300 N. Eighteenth Street Phone: 913-321-3535

Granada Theatre

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The historic Granada Theatre, built in 1929, is one of the last operating movie palaces in the Midwest, a testimony to the roaring '20s...
White Church Christian Church

White Church Christian Church

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White Church Christian Church was established in 1832 and is known as the oldest church in the state of Kansas that is still in...

Quindaro Ruins and Undergound Railroad

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The Quindaro Ruins and Undergound Railroad archeological free port of entry off the Missouri River provides a rare window into the past. The stone...

Huron Indian Cemetery

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Huron Indian Cemetery, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was established in 1843 after the forced migration of the Wyandot Nation from...
Anthology of Argentine Wall

Anthology of Argentine Wall

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The prevailing spirit of Argentine and its people inspired local artists to document the life and times of residents of the Argentine area with...

Rosedale Memorial Arch

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The Rosedale Memorial Arch pays tribute to soldiers who served our country in World War I. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places,...

Grinter Place State Historic Site

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The first permanent white settler in Wyandotte County was Moses Grinter. He built Grinter House in 1857 which is now a National Historical Site...