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Steele Homestead Museum

Herbert Steele first arrived in Scott County in 1888 and built a home for his family on the ideal land. It was a simple dugout, later updated to a four-room house using sandstone gathered from the surrounding bluffs. The Steele Home has been preserved much as it was a hundred years ago, and now serves as a museum that displays the furnishings and tools used by early settlers.

The museum is located in Lake Scott State Park, and the Steele homestead comprises 640 of the 1180 acres.

Location: 520 W Scott Lake Dr, Scott City Kansas 67871 Telephone 316-872-2061

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