All aboard to
experience
Inman's history

Rock Island Depot & Caboose

The depot that once served Inman's visitors and travelers has been fully restored to be completely operational. The caboose, a brakeman's home away from home, is also restored.

Step inside
and back
into time

Late 1800s village square

Step back in time and into the life-size village square. Built with 100-year-old materials, it houses authentic artifacts and is open for visitors to freely explore.

Immerse
yourself in
early prairie living

1875 Wilke farmstead

Featuring 100-year-old buildings moved into town and restored, the farmstead is fully stocked with items peculiar to its day. Explore the farmhouse, outhouse, summer kitchen, 1890 barn, and more.

Tools of
the American
breadbasket

Inman's milling history

The Inman area was titled the harvesting capital of the world. Find the everyday tools that contributed to Inman's historic presence in the agriculture and milling industries throughout the museum.

Featured exhibits

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Kansas's finest small museum

The Inman Museum is home to over 25 extraordinary attractions. In addition to more than a dozen dioramas, display cases and exhibits, and vast collections of artifacts, the museum boasts a life-size village square with six buildings constructed with 100-year-old materials, a restored train depot complete with caboose, and a full early-prairie homestead, which includes four outbuildings and barn.

The Inman Museum: Preserving the past for the future

Telling the story of the land, the people and the spirit that made the Inman community what it is today. The Inman Museum focuses on the period in Inman’s history between 1887 and the present. Established in 1991, the museum is ever-growing with the addition of more displays and artifacts. The museum’s success is a result of a community proud of its past and confident in the future.

Telling the story of the Inman community to our children, our friends and the world

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ALSO VISIT:

ODDFELLOWS LODGE, 1893

Just across the street, the lodge is now the public library.

ALSO SEE:

Stan Herd Mural, 1986

Just a half block south of the museum, it depicts Inman around 1910.

GET IN TOUCH

620-585-6659

Inman Museum Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 543
Inman, KS 67546

E-MAIL:
info@inmanmuseum.com

VISIT US

101 N Main, Inman

SUNDAYS:
1:30 P.M. TO 4:00 P.M.

MONDAY - SATURDAY:
BY APPOINTMENT

FREE ADMISSION
DONATIONS GLADLY ACCEPTED