Fort Wallace Museum, Wallace, Kansas – Kansas Tuesdays June 4, 2019

I looked at a few of the links below for this week’s Kansas Tuesdays post and decided on an item from Kansas Living Magazine that I saw last week –Fort Wallace Museum (Wallace, Kansas): While most of Kansas is on U. S. Central Time, Wallace is in one of a few Kansas counties that are on Mountain Time (an hour earlier than Central Time).

Official Website: 


2655 Highway 40
Wallace, KS 67761
(785) 891-3564

Hours: ALWAYS CALL AHEAD to confirm museum will be open!

Free admission with a suggested donation of $7 per adult.

Winter hours: Thurs., Fri., Sat.   Nov. through the 2nd Sunday of March
10am-4pm Mountain Time

Summer hours:  2nd Sunday of March through October 31
9am-5 pm Monday-Saturday and 1-5 pm Sunday Mountain Time

Atlas Obscura: No listing located

Big Kansas Road Trip: (have to search for Fort Wallace)

Facebook (website, search, or blog page):



Four States Homepage: No listing located

Get Rural Kansas: No listing located

 Google Maps: Google Maps Wallace, Kansas


Kansas Historical Society:

Kansas Living Magazine: (same as link at top of post) (brief mention in link) or

Kansas Transportation:

Legends of America:

Only In Your State: numerous links

Pinterest: Fort Wallace Museum (numerous images)

Roadside America: No listing located

Road Trippers:!1 (Closest I could come, but it has some Fort Wallace items)

Travel Kansas: (numerous other listings if you search Fort Wallace Museum)

Trip Advisor:

Tumblr: No listing located

Twitch channel or search: No listing located


Vimeo channel or search: No listing located

Western Vista Historic Byways:

Wikipedia: (link to official website, but no Wikipedia article in the above link); however, was found in a search


YouTube channel or search: (search)

Other Kansas Tuesdays posts:



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Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's
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