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Booth Family Hall of Athletics
#1 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
The Booth Hall of Athletics is a comprehensive museums of KU athletics.. all sports.
The Booth Family Hall of Athletics is an absolute must see for any basketball fan! Note: the museum is accessible - plenty of room to roam and roll (wheelchairs/strollers/scooters), with elevators.
Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum
#2 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
My wife and I have been to other natural history museums.
Be prepared to step back half a century to a pre-digital age when museums expected you to deploy your imagination.
Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics
#3 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
This museum is located not far from the University of Kansas in Lawrence and is well worth the time to visit.
His museum is not just a tribute to the man but also to all who fought in WW II.
Spencer Museum of Art
#4 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
This is the KU museum, but it seems much bigger and better than other university museums.
The Spencer Museum of Art, located on the KU Campus, is a small but well curated art museum that has a good permanent collection combined with ever-changing selections.
Phoenix Gallery
#5 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
Watkins Museum of History
#6 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
It's a small museum full of Lawrence history.
Dyche Hall
#7 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
Wakarusa River Valley Heritage Museum
#8 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
Clearly, the people at this museum love what they are doing and honor the rich area history they research, collect and display.
Wonder Fair
#9 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
Lawrence Percolator
#10 of 11 Museums in Lawrence
Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area
#11 of 11 Museums in Lawrence