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After Constitution Hall we set out to visit the Territorial Capital Museum a mere 2 blocks away. If you thought Tim was informative at The Hall wait until you meet Vicky they are quite the territorial dynamic duo! This museum is quite eclectic. Vicky love last to challenge you with "what is it?" So many curious historical pieces as well... 更多
Take a few minutes and explore the original territorial capital of Kansas and learn more about the state's history and its role in the beginning of the end of slavery.
The white picture shown here is actually Constitution Hall so hopefully this can get corrected. This picture that I'm posting is the actual territorial capital museum. What a wonderful old looking building it looks like its in great shape. Unfortunately I can only open Wednesday through Sunday. Of course we were here on Tuesday
A small, free, well-maintained museum with a friendly volunteer staff. The main floor explains Kansas history as a territory and its role in the Civil War, and also has a tribute to the local high school. The lower floor has antique furniture with ingenious uses, clothing, and several life-long collections of quirky items like salt and pepper shakers. The upper... 更多
This place is a bit misnamed since the territorial capital in Lecompton was never really built. The building housing the museum is a postwar structure with its own history as a college. The exhibits detail all the interesting and not so interesting aspects of this town's past. This is in many ways your typical "grandma's attic" type of small town... 更多
There is more here than just Kansas history. Things happened here that changed a nation. Pro-slavery state or free state. Slavery begun to die here. The balance was tipped; Kansas became a state followed by the start of the civil war.
This three-story building holds a treasure trove of antiques regarding early Kansas history and living. The on site staff is very friendly and eager to answer questions visitors might have. It is well maintained in a small rural town.
Welcoming museum focused on all facets of life in early Kansas. Also home to Lane University, where Dwight Eisenhower's parents... 更多
If you are a Kansas history freak, this place will rock you. If not, you'll yawn. Amazingly comlete and well-exhibited... 更多