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Group Tours

Conferences and touring buses can tour the world’s largest electric shovel, historical buildings saved & repurposed for new uses, & a beautiful college campus.

Big Brutus Inc.

Big Brutus Inc.

6509 NW 60th St, West Mineral, KS 66782-0025
(620) 827-6177
bigbrutus.org
World's largest electric shovel honors the region's mining heritage. Original 1920's shovel that inspired design. Admission charged. Hours vary by season.
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Block22

Block22

402 N Broadway, Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 235-6092
block22psu.com
A unique partnership saved four historic buildings, giving them new life for retail, new entrepreneurs, & apartments for college students in Downtown Pittsburg.
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Cato Historic Stone School House

Cato Historic Stone School House

1151 N 200th St, Arcadia, KS 66711
(620) 362-3457
catoschool.com
The site of a still standing one-room country school built in 1869 of native stone has been turned into an open air museum. Includes log cabin and marker.
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Colonial Fox Theatre

Colonial Fox Theatre

407 N Broadway St, Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 235-0622
colonialfox.org
Built in 1919 as one of several theaters anchoring downtown entertainment & nightlife. Italian Renaissance Revival architecture. See its restoration firsthand.
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Crawford County Historical Museum

Crawford County Historical Museum

651 US 69, Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-1440
crawfordcountymuseum.com
The largest museum in the area. Thousands of pioneer, mining and bootlegging artifacts. Visit our authentic one-room school and grocery store.
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Girard History Museum

Girard History Museum

300 S Summit St, Girard, KS 66743
facebook.com/FriendsofHistoricGirard
Three buildings on site, including 1888 Episcopal Church with original stained glass windows; on National Registry of Historic Places. Open Tue-Sat 9:00a-3:00p.
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Miners Hall Museum

Miners Hall Museum

701 S Broadway, Franklin, KS 66735
(620) 347-4220
minershallmuseum.com
Showcasing immigrant & coal mining history, MHM is on the site of the 1921 women's march known as the Amazon Army, which inspired national labor/social reforms.
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Pittsburg State University

1700 S Broadway St, Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7000
admission.pittstate.edu/visit-campus.html
Founded in 1903 & home of the Gorillas, this campus features historic architecture, & several public art displays & memorials, including a retired Moving Wall.
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PSU Veterans Memorial Amphitheater

PSU Veterans Memorial Amphitheater

1909 S Rouse Ave, Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 235-4762
psuvetmemorial.org
Plaza includes 3,400 engraved pavers, reflecting pool, and a retired Moving Wall - a replica of Vietnam War Memorial Wall that traveled the country.
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