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 Augusta – Historic Augusta Theatre with elaborate art deco interior including ornamental plaster, canvas murals, and stenciled ceiling designed by Hans Van Voss from Holland. Built in 1935. The glass façade gave the Theatre a badge of distinction.
Augusta – Kansas Museum of Military History - Preserving aviation and military history in a 16,500 square feet building and outdoors. Located on the south edge of town on Highway 77. Over 9,000 displays from miniature to huge. Donation
Augusta – 1868 C.N. James Log Cabin adjacent to the historical museum 303 State Street. One of only two pioneer houses in the State of Kansas still on its original site. Donation
Beaumont – The 1885 Frisco built wooden water tower - The project won the “Kansas Preservation Alliance Award for Excellence” for efforts by three women to preserve the wooden tower. The tower was used during the steam locomotive era of Beaumont.
Benton – Infinity Art Glass, the gallery of artist Scott Hartley, displays his unique hand blown works. A Glassblowing demonstration would be worth fitting in your timeframe.
boating Cassoday – If you want to know about railroads and cattle, you must visit this museum housed in the original Santa Fe Depot. Washington and Beaman streets. Contact for times.
Douglass – The Pioneer Museum located on the downtown brick street of Douglass. Great for genealogy if you’re from that area.
El Dorado – Downtown Streetscape with sculptures, old fashioned street lamps will take you back in time, planters, benches complete the district. Don’t miss the Flint Hills mural in Sculpture Alley just north of the Coutts museum. 570 colorful ceramic tiles make up this mural by artists Phil Epp and Terry Corbett.
El Dorado – If you are into art, you don’t want to miss the two stories of artwork displayed at the Coutts Museum of Art at 110 N Main. You’ll know it by the 2 iron horse sculptures adorning the entrance. Donation. There are also other art galleries for art lovers to view.
El Dorado – Butler County History and Kansas Oil Museum is dedicated to the history of Farming, Ranching, and the Oil Industry. Experience the early oil boom days and the unique ecology of the tallgrass prairie. Be inspired by the landscape and history of Kansas’ Flint Hills in the premier comprehensive exhibit entitled “Glory of the Hills”. Living history on 10 acres, exciting displays, vintage vehicles and equipment. sunrise
El Dorado – Historic Butler County Courthouse – 205 W Central. During business hours browse through the halls. Celebrating 100 years in late September, 2008. On the grounds view the beautiful Freedom Memorial honoring over 1900 veterans from Butler County.
El Dorado – Home of the Butler County Grizzlies. Butler Community College houses the Erman B. White Art Gallery. 901 S. Haverhill Rd. Open September thru May. Free
El Dorado – El Dorado Lake and State Park - El Dorado Lake’s 8,000 acres of water and Kansas’ largest state park, the 4,000 acre El Dorado State Park offers a variety of outdoor activities year round. See native grass and wildflowers.
Potwin – The old limestone building which houses the library. 117 N Randall.
Towanda – The Paradise Doll Hospital and Museum has dolls of all sizes and range from early to present time. See the Towanda section for details. 

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