Fort Riley Kansas
Built at the edge of the Fort Riley cavalry post in 1855, its purpose was to house what became known as the "Bogus Legislature." The legislature consisted mostly of pro-slavery Missourians who crossed into Kansas to sway the elections in their favor. Restored in 1928, the capitol is now a museum. Admission by donation.
Other History nearby:
(Concordia) Brown Grand Theatre
(Abilene) Dickinson County Heritage Ctr & Museum
(Abilene) Eisenhower Center
(Fort Riley) First Infantry Division Museum
(Fort Riley) First Territorial Capitol of Kansas
(Abilene) Kansas Sports Hall of Fame
06/24 Coming to The Fort Riley area
Kansas State Fair Hutchinson KS September6-15 Each year, over 400,000 visitors flock to the Kansas State Fair to visit a wide array of exhibits, partake in fabulous Fair food, and see the amazing butter sculpture.