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Penny F wrote a review Jul 2018
Gay, Georgia422 contributions120 helpful votes
Great old building with lots of goodies. Live bee house, a Custers last stand survivor Comanche a horse that has been preserved, dinosaurs even found in Kansas and on and on. Lots to see 6 floors of exhibits. Kids love this place and us older kids did too. Donations expected
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Robert S wrote a review Apr 2018
Lawrence, Kansas2,668 contributions519 helpful votes
Dyches is an amazing building to look at. It is covered with intricate carving in it's sandstone exterior. Carvers from Italy created gargoyles and iconic KU features into the walls. I just like to study them. It is also one of the oldest buildings on campus
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Dorothy B wrote a review Mar 2016
Kansas City, Missouri134 contributions19 helpful votes
Great building on the KU campus that houses the Natural History Museum. Wonderful architecture and history. There are neat displays in the museum about the building and Mr. Dyche.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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buffalojim67 wrote a review Mar 2016
Lawrence, Kansas1,288 contributions215 helpful votes
Dyche Hall is one of the iconic old stone buildings on the main campus of the University of Kansas. It houses the Natural History Museum which is very interesting. The building itself is a special part of the university and the city of Lawrence. The views from the building aren't bad either.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Kaitlyn J wrote a review Dec 2015
Washington DC, District of Columbia74 contributions7 helpful votes
I am a big fan of the Natural History Museum at Dyche Hall. The collection is really quite impressive. I could stare at the biome panorama for HOURS, and that's only about a fifth of the museum. It is small, but if you are in the area it is worth a visit. Very informative. Great activity, alone or with the whole family, for a weekend day (especially if it is raining)
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Date of experience: October 2015
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