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Geary County Historical Museum
Geary County Historical Museum
Sarah Moppin, Director

Geary County Historical Museum
530 N. Adams St.
Junction City, KS  66441

Ph: 785.238.1666
Located in the old Junction City High School, the museum features a variety of exhibits covering pioneer life in Junction City, Geary County, and Kansas.

The museum houses an extensive collection of vintage photographs, including the works of J.J. Pennell, newspapers dating from the Civil War.  The museum contains the Jeffries Research Center, a depository for family, community histories and records for genealogical and historical research.

The former schoolroom auditorium provides space for meetings, programs and special displays.

A "Main Street" gallery was completed in 1993 and contains six businesses typical of the early 1900's, featuring many artifacts that were used in early Junction City stores. Artistic and accurate clothing exhibits, a Victorian-era parlor and a Kansas farm kitchen of the 1920's are just some of the unique displays.  

The educational, interactive segments of the Plains Indian artifacts and pioneer farm implements displays are also very popular with visitors. After the renovation of the top floor was completed, a full-scale, country schoolroom and a Union Pacific depot ticket office and waiting room were opened.