Milford, KS 66514
Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Kansas
While in Kansas, you might enjoy a visit to:
A strange field of strange boulders -- 200 sandstone concretions -- and a popular stop to wear out children.
The Madonna of the Trail is an 18-ft. tall sculpture of a stony-faced pioneer Mom, in long skirt and bonnet, strutting westward with an infant in her arms. They were installed in 1928-29.
Boston Corbett shot John Wilkes Booth, then moved to Kansas to live in in a hole in the ground. There's a monument -- built by Boy Scouts -- and beyond a gate stands a lonely sign to mark Boston's hole.
A restored remnant of a World War II POW camp for Germans. Opened in 2015. Don't forget to sign the guest book.
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