Saturday, October 18 3-5 is Notable Locals Cemetery Tour.
buy your tickets ahead of time either online by clicking here or by calling the museum. You must bring your ticket with you to Sunset Lawns the day of the event.
Saturday, October 25 is Trick-or-Treat day at the museum.
Come in costume and trick-or-treat from 1 to 4 pm in the museum's historic Boom Town.
All ages are invited to come and visit our large indoor exhibit hall and 10-acre outdoor area.
Indoors you will experience the story of:
The Kansas Flint Hills
Butler County, Kansas
The science of oil exploration and production
Outdoors, walk through and experience 10 acres of the early oil boom days:
Oil Field Equipment, restored and operated during special events and tours.
See how "black gold" was (and is) extracted from deep within the earth, using this massive and powerful equipment.
Historic Oil Boom Town, furnished as if the town's inhabitants had never moved on.
These oil boom towns operated as divisions of the oil companies, and were under the authority of company officials. Developed in response to oil strikes, these oil communities had their own stores, company offices, schools and entertainment.
MISSION: The Kansas Oil Museum will preserve and promote the history and the culture of oil in our county and state.
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