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McPherson Museum and Arts Foundation offers many services to the public. The Museum houses a variety of artifacts: historical artifacts from the McPherson area; natural history artifacts such as meteorites, Ice Age fossils, and regional fossils...more
We drove by the museum on our way to lunch and decided to visit after lunch. We are glad that we did. My wife was raised just north of the county line and knows quite a bit about the area. I did not. There was...More
Did you know that McPherson's 1930 Basketball ream had two guys on it tall for that time. 8 ft and the other was 9 ft. Won the title for the Bullpups. That was the team name. Awesome art works of all kinds . Plus you...More
This was a great experience for my family to enjoy together while we were in the area for my daughter's college event. We gained much appreciation & respect for this town and greatly enjoyed the creative and engaging exhibits.
Dad and Son (13) trip. Sam says interesting collection, many meteorites. Adding new exhibits. New and up to date building. Will take about an hour to thoroughly enjoy. Need maps, etc. stop by the Kansas Travel Center in the same building.
I've been a part of small meetings, large meetings, and even large party gatherings at the McPherson Museum. With a variety of spaces available, and an extremely helpful and flexible staff, I'm so grateful that the McPherson Museum is part of the McPherson community.
Date of experience: June 2017
McPherson M, Manager at McPherson Museum and Arts Foundation, responded to this reviewResponded June 28, 2017
Thank you so much, Monica! We love that you love the Museum as much as we do!
This museum used to be located in a neat old mansion. They have mnoved to a new purpose built, modern building, but didn't have the money to do much with displays. It will propbably be a great museum again in a few years, but it...More