My husband and I decided to take a mini trip to Topeka (Brown V. Board of Education National History Museum) from Fort Riley on Saturday June 17th around 1pm. We enjoyed our little time here, we even purchased a book for our little one. I...更多
This was a very special place that my two kids and I visited. Absolutely beautiful and well laid out. There were interactive activities my boys could play with. It was so informative, it felt so special to have been there. I can't wait to go...更多
We called to find out when the ranger led tour took place, and it is definitely worthwhile to time your visit so that you don't miss this. You'll get a great deal of history about segregation, migration, settlement in Topeka. The remainder or the tour...更多
This site is a museum located in the school attended by black children in Topeka during the time of segregation. Some of the children lived in the neighborhood of a white school and their desire to attend that school was the focus of the lawsuit...更多
This important piece of history is quietly tucked away in Topeka, KS. Not far off the interstate, it's a great break from traveling out west to stretch and soak in some history.
The entire visit could take 1-2 hours max.
Public restrooms are available. The...更多
We stopped at the brown museum while travelling across the country and it was easily one of the best stops we could have ever made. The place is simply amazing and my words will simply fail the powerful message that this slice of history has...更多