Museums in Lawrence, KS

Find museums in Lawrence, KS. Listings include Spencer Museum of Art, KU Natural History Museum, Watkins Museum of History, Dole Institute of Politics, Haskell Cultural Center and Museum and Department of Sociology, University of Kansas. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

TRIO at KU

TRIO at KU

1450 Jayhawk Blvd, 7 Strong Hall, Lawrence

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  • 02/27/21
    The Tufted Tit Mouse, Mourning dove and Bald eagle are just a few of the bird species people have found during our latest iNaturalist.org citizen science project - a Bird Blitz of Douglas County! KU s...
    > KU Natural History Museum
  • 02/26/21
    John McLendon, former University of Kansas student and coach of the Lawrence Promoters, was hired as the first African American to coach professional basketball. In 1979, McLendon was inducted into th...
    > Watkins Museum of History
  • 02/26/21
    On #NationalTRIODay and every day, we are proud to be a part of how #TRIOworks in Kansas along with other college access and support programs at The University of Kansas: CCAMPIS, CAMP, TRIO Educatio...
    > TRIO at KU
  • 02/26/21
    There's Still Time To Register! . Portals to the Past with Eliza Brooks! Today at 10am. Don't miss it! ⬇⬇⬇ http://us02web.zoom.us/.../8616.../WN_KXoDzyW5SLKTM2qdiIK6TQ
    > Watkins Museum of History
  • 02/26/21
    Since 1973, TRIO has been like a home for thousands of students at The University of Kansas who identify as #FirstGeneration, low-income, and/or having a disability. Share how #TRIOworks for you to ...
    > TRIO at KU
  • 02/25/21
    We saw an interesting sight on the Kaw today, an American white pelican! The smaller image is the actual pic we took near the north power plant. The larger image is from research. Anyone else seen one...
    > Kansas Riverkings Museum
  • 02/25/21
    Explore the stories of the companies and laborers that carried out the plans to build Lawrence into the city we know and love. Community Construction: A new exhibit opening at the Watkins Museum of Hi...
    > Watkins Museum of History
  • 02/24/21
    Hear the story of Eliza Brooks' journey on the trail west. With just alone... and her 6 children. Register today! http://us02web.zoom.us/.../8616.../WN_KXoDzyW5SLKTM2qdiIK6TQ
    > Watkins Museum of History
  • 02/24/21
    Join us for the first installment of the Spring 2021 Discussion Series, “The Modern American City: Past, Present, and Future,” this afternoon at 4pm with Dole Institute Fellow Patrick Tuohey and speci...
    > Dole Institute of Politics
  • 02/24/21
    #BestofLawrence Vote for the Watkins! There's not much time left to vote! Vote here: ⬇️⬇️⬇️ http://m.lawrence.com/bestoflawrence/?templates=mobile#//
    > Watkins Museum of History
  • 02/24/21
    Messages like the one Sarina submitted for #NationalTRIOday prove that #TRIOworks! We are proud to support students at The University of Kansas .
    > TRIO at KU
  • 02/23/21
    The answer to last week's question? Brakes. This week, we ask: What were the ladies who campaigned for Bob Dole in the 1960 U.S. House of Representatives race named as they sang songs and handed out...
    > Dole Institute of Politics
  • 02/23/21
    ◾ Project 800 ◾ For many years (late 1800s-early/mid 1900s), many Black owned businesses operated on the 800 block of Vermont Street in Lawrence. Black owned pool halls, barbershops, restaurants, and...
    > Watkins Museum of History
  • 02/23/21
    Last week, we learned about architect Phil Freelon, and his contributions to the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Architects are people that design buildings, and they use diag...
    > KU Natural History Museum