Tour Douglass


A roadside park just off Hwy 77 offers travelers a stopping place. Don't miss a drive downtown on the brick streets featuring a flagpole in the center of the square and historic stone buildings.

 

Museums & Galleries

Douglass Historical Museum

314 Forrest       316-747-2166
This museum features discoveries of the local area during pioneer times. See an assortment of pioneer children toys, a layout of a 1910 settlement house and files about area families for those interested in genealogy.

 

Festivals & Annual Events

September --- Douglass Frontier Days

Second Saturday in September        316-747-2109
Parade - Car Show - Tractor Show - Street Dance - Barbeque
Come and be WOWED!

 

Monuments & Historical Sites

Douglass Community Building

206 Forrest         316-747-2109
This building was constructed in 1938 of native stone for the Works Project Administration by Italian stone cutters and builders and is still used for community social events. (National Register)

Muddy Creek Bridge

Three Miles East on 200th Street         316-776-0900
One Mile North of Douglass
A reinforced concrete bridge listed on the National Register and is believed to have been built between 1900 - 1910. It is one of only ten reinforce concrete arch bridges still in use in Kansas.

 

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