Admission is free, and donations are appreciated!
Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
Browse two buildings with two stories of exhibits, including a schoolroom, military room, dentist’s office, cowboy memorabilia, and Victorian artifacts. The museum has a permanent Knute Rockne exhibit, with artifacts and original pictures from the site of his plane crash in Chase County, Kansas. Knute Rockne, regarded as one the greatest football coaches in American History, and seven other people were killed in the accident. A 1932 Rockne Studebaker was recently added to the museum. Additional pictures, data, and newspaper accounts of that tragic day are available in the library.
The museum building was built in 1882 from native stone and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The building was originally Chase County National Bank.