Museums in Emporia, KS

Find museums in Emporia, KS. Listings include National Teachers Hall of Fame NTHF, Lyon County History Center, Red Rocks State Historic Site and William Allen White House. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 07/14/20
    At his first newspaper job, William Allen White was hired as a Printer’s Devil on the El Dorado Democrat. The editor was T. B. Murdock, a long-time friend of White’s father. Murdock became a friend ...
    > Red Rocks State Historic Site
  • 07/10/20
    “Sheer luck put William Allen White in the newspaper business.” -William Allen White
    > Red Rocks State Historic Site
  • 07/09/20
    John Wesley Logan was born on January 17, 1844 in Lagro, Wabash County, Indiana. His parents were Robert B. Logan and Mary Ann Logan, née Small. John was the second youngest of their seven children. T...
    > Lyon County History Center
  • 07/07/20
    Andrew “AJ” Jackson Andrews was born on October 10, 1825 in Richland County, Ohio to Thomas Brown Andrews and Mary Ann Andrews, née Cain. He was the second youngest of their 11 children. In 1846, AJ m...
    > Lyon County History Center
  • 07/06/20
    Pete Newton and O.M. “Mit” Wilhite (seated in the front seat) were Emporia businessmen and active in promoting better highways in Kansas like the New Santa Fe Trail and US 50. Both men were instrument...
    > Lyon County History Center