Patee House National Historic Landmark
The Patee House was built as a fancy hotel in 1858. But the reason it is a Historic Landmark, is because of its role as the headquarters for the Pony Express. There is tons of stuff here to see. Be sure to go up to the second floor. In the former ball room (blue room) are portraits of famous westerners. It is called Westerners On Wood". This art collection by George Warfel. We first visited the Pony Express National Museum before we walked over to the Patee House. Just up the street is where Jesse James was killed.
Admission is $6 adults/ $5 seniors