Meade County Historical Museum

200 East Carthage
Meade, Kansas 67864
(620) 873-2359

Tuesday - Saturday: 10AM - 5PM      Sunday: 1 - 5PM
free

Meade County Historical Museum - Meade, Kansas

The Meade County Historical Museum in Meade, Kansas has displays typical to County Historical Museum, but also has several exhibits that are unique to this museum. Reasons to visit the Meade County Historical Museum include a large exhibit of western saddles, horse drawn wagons, and a very informative exhibit devoted to an archeological dig along Crooked Creek, where Native Americans had a community from 1280-1430 A. D.

The Meade County Historical Society also operates the Dalton Gang Hideout, a few blocks away. Both museums are open seven days a week and I salute the community of Meade for keeping these attractions year around.

The Meade County Historical Museum in on Highway 54, just east of the main intersection in downtown Meade, Kansas.


 

Crooked Creek exhibit at the Meade County Historical Museum
 

Dr. Claude Hibbard
While touring the Meade County Historical Museum I was surprised to discover a display case
devoted to Dr. Claude Hibbard who was related to a friend of mine.


 

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