Located in the 1916 Pilgrim Holiness Church, the Keystone Gallery north of Scott City, Kansas is a combination of art gallery, fossil museum and souvenir shop. The Gallery is owned by Barbara Shelton & Chuck Bonner, and the art of Chuck and their son, Logan, is exhibited in the Gallery. The Bonner family has collected many of the fossils which are on exhibit or offered for sale at the Keystone Gallery. Many of the family's fossil finds are in major galleries.
The Keystone Gallery is "off the grid," generating its power from solar and wind.
The Bonner family has been fossil hunting since 1928 and used to lead fossil hunting & camping tours in a 1949 Chevy Suburban. They can still direct you to the Monument Rocks, Little Pyramids, and other unique rock formations in the area.
If you are interested in geology, fossils or arts and crafts, I highly recommend visiting the Keystone Gallery.
Keystone Gallery hours: 9AM to sunset, but not everyday. Call for an appointment or take a chance and stop when passing by.
Monument Rocks Castle Rock Badlands Keystone Gallery website
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