Museums in Manhattan, KS

Find museums in Manhattan, KS. Listings include Flint Hills Discovery Center, Beach Museum of Art, Wonder Workshop Children's Museum, Riley County Historical Museum, K-State Historic Costume and Textile Museum and Goodnow House State Historic Site. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 06/05/19
    Join us this Friday, June 7 at 10:30 AM for Tallgrass Tales! We will be reading “Daisy the Donut Fairy” by Tim Bugbird! This program is free and open to the public. Learn more about Tallgrass Tal...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/05/19
    Leonardo often wrote from right to left and his letters backwards. This strange handwriting is called mirror writing. Many people think this was his way of keeping his ideas a secret. See if you can w...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/04/19
    Yesterday, our Adventure Campers traveled back in time to the Renaissance. Campers were able to make their own shields and put their jousting skills to the test! Check out our future Adventure Camp ...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/04/19
    Wolf Spider Night Walks are happening this Friday and Saturday! Guests will have the opportunity to see and handle real spiders. Reserve your spot on one of these walks today! Pre-registration is req...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/03/19
    On Saturday, June 22 we’re going behind the scenes of some of Manhattan’s most vital infrastructures during the Tallgrass Tour Bus: Secrets of Manhattan! Tour stops will include the Manhattan Regi...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/02/19
    Did you know that not only do wolf spiders have eight legs, but they also have eight eyes?! Can you use your two eyes to spot these creepy, crawly critters in their natural habitat? Register today for...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/02/19
    Visit the Food First exhibit and learn the history of how AIB International has grown from a local to global organization! See a few of the grain artifacts they have collected over the years that help...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center
  • 06/01/19
    During the Renaissance, artists made their own paint! Leonardo wanted to be able to paint real people and was one of the first artists to experiment with perspective. He invented a tool called the per...
    > Flint Hills Discovery Center