Pratt, Kansas: Home of Beautiful Women, Hot and Cold Water Towers
Pratt County Historical Museum
- 212 S. Ninnescah St., Pratt, KS
- Water towers are at the north end of town ("Hot" and "Cold" only visible from the south), at N.Main St./US Hwy 281 and Green St. The Home of Beautiful Women exhibit is seven blocks south, in the Pratt County Historical Museum, at the corner of E. 2nd St. and S. Ninnescah St.
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- Worth a Detour
Take a photo of Pratt's famous "Hot" and "Cold" water towers, then see a historical exhibit on Pratt's heritage of beauty queens. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Home of Beautiful Women, Hot and Cold Water Towers
The town of Pratt boasts a pair of "Hot" and "Cold" water towers (at least since the giant labels were added in 1956). The original towers were built in 1901 and 1909.[Ralph, 06/20/2004]