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Roniger Memorial Museum

Courthouse Square, Cottonwood Falls, KS
+1 316-273-6310
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Jess Miser would be proud of this.

A great way to see the land like it was thru paintings and artifacts. The museum houses an... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2016
GrandpaDelrayDancer
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Oakland Park, Florida
huge native american artifact collection

We have been to Cottonwood Falls many times but did not realize their was another museum behind the... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2014
stonestacker52
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Flint Hills, Kansas
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A collection of Native American artifacts.
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12 Jun 2016
“Jess Miser would be proud of this.”
24 Mar 2014
“huge native american artifact collection”
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Courthouse Square, Cottonwood Falls, KS
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+1 316-273-6310
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Reviewed 13 June 2016

A great way to see the land like it was thru paintings and artifacts. The museum houses an extensive Indian artifact collection.

Thank GrandpaDelrayDancer
Reviewed 25 March 2014

We have been to Cottonwood Falls many times but did not realize their was another museum behind the courthouse on the square. The Ronniger family collection of various artifacts is a huge collection of high quality pieces found on their farm in Chase county. There...More

Thank stonestacker52
Reviewed 20 November 2013

We were blown away upon entering this unassuming building to see a huge collection of native American and local artifacts. A fascinating view into previous societies that lived in the area. Definitely worth a visit when you are in Cottonwood Falls, just around the corner...More

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