Attractions & Activities
The Big Well Museum & Visitor Information Center is one of Greensburg's most prized attractions. The Big Well was hand dug in 1888 as Greensburg's first water supply and survived the 2007 tornado. The new museum opened May 26, 2012 and features the Big Well, museum exhibits about the history of Greensburg and the well, the tornado that devastated Greensburg and the rebuilding as a sustainable community.
Please visit www.bigwell.org for more information.
The 5.4.7 Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of both visual and performing arts and providing an environment to create and learn through exhibits, performances and classes. As the only public arts center between Wichita and Dodge City, it serves as an important regional resource for contemporary art in Southwestern Kansas.
Kiowa County Commons Building
320 S. Main
Greensburg, KS 67054
Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Soda Fountain hours: Tuesday -Friday 12 noon-5:30 p.m
Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Twilight Theatre & Community Auditorium is a multi-purpose facility that hosts movies and performing arts events. Also available for meeting and private party rentals.
Built in 1912 to house draft horses, this 16 sided barn is one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Architecture and on the National Register of Historic Places. The barn stands 50 ft. tall and 70 ft. in diameter. A sixteen sided granary stands in the center of the barn on the first floor, with fourteen trapezoidal stalls lining the exterior wall of the first floor. The two level haymow is covered with tongue in groove pine boards. Originally the barn was white with a green roof. It stands out for miles and served as a landmark for training WWII bomber navigators.
Visitors are welcome to tour the barn located 3.5 miles south and 1.75 miles west of Mullinville.
Heart of America Science Resource Center
312 E. US HWY 54
Heart of America Science Resource Center is a unique blend of hands-on science activities and science resources for young and old, groups and families.
M.T. Liggett Metal Artwork
West Highway 400
Stop & marvel at these kinetic art displays made by local character MT Liggett. Unique art pieces from discarded metal that line Hwy 400 in West Mullinville.