Museums in Topeka, KS

Find museums in Topeka, KS. Listings include The Evel Knievel Museum, American Flight Museum, Inc., Kansas Historical Society, Evel Knievel Enterprises, Kansas Children's Discovery Center and Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 02/22/20
    Don't forget to test your #AfricanAmericanHeritage knowledge TONIGHT! We've scheduled a family friendly evening of free fun and bingo from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
    > Brown v. Board of Education National Historic
  • 02/21/20
    Although preserving art is costly, time-consuming, and often inconvenient, it is important work because it saves a piece of cultural heritage for future generations.
    > Alice C Sabatini Art Gallery
  • 02/20/20
    Art education brings communities together and offers a language that transcends race, language, age, and ability.
    > Alice C Sabatini Art Gallery
  • 02/19/20
    John Brender was not only a founder of Eudora but was also the city’s first blacksmith. He built his home in 1876. In the early 20th century the Rosenau family made the building their home, where they...
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/19/20
    Now called the John Brown Museum State Historic Site, the Adair cabin became a state historic site in 1911. The next year the cabin was moved to John Brown Memorial Park, which is also the location of...
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/18/20
    Registration for the 2020 archeology field school at Historic Lake Scott State Park in Scott County begins March 1! The field school hasn’t been to Scott County since 2009. We are looking forward to b...
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/18/20
    News from the Legislative War of 1893: Populists are moved to the basement for the remainder session, which adjourns on March 13. #onthisday #kansashistory
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/18/20
    With us having two works by Gordon Parks in our permanent collection, how could we not be excited to learn of the new show, Gordon Parks X Muhammad Ali, at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in nearby Ka...
    > Alice C Sabatini Art Gallery
  • 02/17/20
    Happy Birthday to Dorothy Canfield Fisher who was born on this day in 1879 in Lawrence! After attending the University of Paris and Columbia University, she began a writing career that produced a lon...
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/17/20
    News from the Legislative War of 1893: Governor Lewelling and the Republicans end the legislative war with no “blood shed.” Republicans claim victory and the statehouse reopens to the public. #onthis...
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/16/20
    I saw this on a tech website the other day, but found it on mymodernmet.com today. So, now, this begs the question, “Is this art?”
    > Alice C Sabatini Art Gallery
  • 02/16/20
    News from the Legislative War of 1893: New deputies are sworn in to support the Republican house, with estimates as high as 1,000. #onthisday #kansashistory
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/16/20
    We are excited to welcome Deb Goodrich, host of “Around Kansas,” and Garvey Foundation historian in residence, Fort Wallace Museum, to present “Rake, Rambler, and Father to a U.S. Vice President: O. A...
    > Kansas Historical Society
  • 02/16/20
    News from the Legislative War of 1893: Hundreds of people gather in the streets and at the Capitol to catch a glimpse of the remarkable events. #onthisday #kansashistory
    > Kansas Historical Society