Rush County Historical Museum - 1887 Santa Fe Depot.
The Rush County Historical Museums in Lacrosse, Kansas tells the story of the people who settled Rush County. Its primary attraction is to the people living in Rush County. The museum is housed in the former Timken, Kansas Santa Fe Depot, moved to Lacrosse from southeast Rush County.
In addition to tools, clothes and furniture, the Rush County Historical Museum houses a large collection of photographs, albums, and scrapbooks that preserve details of the history of the county.
Chartered on June 21, 1916, the Nekoma State Bank operated in the tiny community of Nekoma, Kansas until 1986 when its operations moved to LaCrosse. In May 2003, the building was moved to its new location. The Nekoma Bank Museum opened to the public on May 4, 2007.
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