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Don't miss this stop if in Lucas!

This art center/museum is a must stop if you are visiting Lucas. Hopefully when you stop in Lucas... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Kansas City, Kansas
Part of the same trip with the Grandsons

This has some of the most different art work you can think of. Well worth the visit. There a guide... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
burlingame kansas
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Unique art museum that features creative works of self-taught local and regional artists.
213 S Main St, Lucas, KS 67648-9718
+1 785-525-6118
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This art center/museum is a must stop if you are visiting Lucas. Hopefully when you stop in Lucas you plan a whole day. You enter in a Folk Art mecca. Cost is minimal. You have a private tour guide to explain art and artists, from...More

Thank cmquillin
Reviewed 5 August 2017

This has some of the most different art work you can think of. Well worth the visit. There a guide that explains some of the more unusal displays

Thank LarryE108
Reviewed 7 June 2017

I had always wanted to visit Lucas, mainly for the Garden of Eden. The Grassroots Art Center was a pleasant surprise ! So many interesting works in the center itself. Then, the tour to Florence Deeble's Rock Garden a couple of blocks over, with a...More

Thank Greatcook55
Reviewed 10 April 2017

On display are some real treasures in folk art in a variety of media, from limestone to glass to aluminum pull-tabs to wood. The guide provided some information on history of the artists and many of the works. This was a fun outing. Some of...More

Thank mdoljac
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

I had heard that this was an interesting place to visit and I was not disappointed. The variety of ways that people have used to express themselves is amazing. The guide was enthusiastic and very thorough in her presentation and was able to provide more...More

Thank Jean67212
Reviewed 3 September 2016

This was a really interesting tour! Seeing different styles of artwork from people who were not trained in art at all. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and answered lots of questions! It was an extra nice day when we toured so we walked from...More

Thank Patricia J C
Reviewed 31 August 2016

I'm glad that my boyfriend and I included the Grassroots Art Center in our cultural visit to Lucas. While the art is interesting, none of it particularly appealed to me. The staff/volunteer to helped lead our tour was a bit clipped and not very excited...More

Thank Monica R
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Awesome little museum/gallery/store of amazing pieces of non formal art. Totally worth the lovely drive side trip to get there. Eccentric little town with assorted art here there and everywhere. The public toilet is a MUST see. And girls check out the boys and boys...More

Thank Penny P
Reviewed 21 May 2016

The day we had scheduled for the Grassroots Art Center was chilly, windy, and raining; not ideal for an anticipated walking tour of the town. We started at the Art Center itself because we understood they had maps to the various attractions, but an artist...More

2  Thank 88Tropicsfan
Reviewed 15 November 2015

There are LOTS of things to see in Lucas (believe it or not), including the art center. Take your time and do the tours.

1  Thank Robert93614
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