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National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame

I-70 and Route 7, Bonner Springs, KS
+1 913-721-1075
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Took Grandson's to National Ag Center & Hall of Fame

Took the Grandson's to the Ag Hall of Fame. They had a special Old Truck Show that Day. The kids... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2013
burlingame kansas
The Farming Town is the best

We really enjoyed the outside exhibits of the farming town. A school group was in the schoolhouse... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2013
Donna S
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I-70 and Route 7, Bonner Springs, KS
+1 913-721-1075
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

Took the Grandson's to the Ag Hall of Fame. They had a special Old Truck Show that Day. The kids really enjoyed the day. They liked the old trucks & cars. They rode the train several times. They also enjoyed watching the blacksmith make hooks,...More

Thank LarryE108
Reviewed 17 May 2013

We really enjoyed the outside exhibits of the farming town. A school group was in the schoolhouse, and it was a lot of fun watching the school ma'rm keep the kids in line.

Thank Donna S
Reviewed 22 March 2013

Recently my mother and I went on a trip and ended up in Bonner Springs Ks. We grabbed a brochure from the lobby of the hotel and decided to go to this Agricultural Museum. My mother was definitely more interested than myself. But once we...More

1  Thank Gene B
Reviewed 15 November 2012

for the city folks, this might be an interesting stop, but for those of us who know a little something abut farming and ranching, it leaves a lot to be desired.

Thank MBL29
Reviewed 26 September 2012 via mobile

We just left the museum after reading online that it was a fun place to take kids. We have a 3 year old who loves trains and tractors and a ten month old also. We walked into a very empty museum where we were greeted...More

Thank Neelydunbar
Reviewed 26 September 2012

My parents both grew up on farms and really enjoyed this attraction and reminisced about their childhoods as we walked through the exhibits. It was a Saturday and we pretty much had the place to ourselves as everyone else was attending the Renaissance Fair next...More

Thank MadScrapperMom
Reviewed 7 July 2012

We spent most of an afternoon wandering through the Center & Hall of Fame. My family was in town and it was a great way to see farm implements of years gone by.

Reviewed 12 April 2012

Been here a couple of times. They have a small train set up to ride on. Old fashioned small town setup with period clothing, tools, and goods for sale. Interesting but will only take up a couple hours. Just down the road from Kansas Speedway

Thank BigDinKC
Reviewed 3 February 2012

We enjoyed seeing the machinery used by farmers of old, and how they coped with their conditions and enviroment.

Thank rsmithdds
Reviewed 4 October 2008

Maybe I'm a little biased, being a farmer's daughter and interested by all things related to rural life but I was captivated by this place. We visited in late September on a Tuesday and had the place entirely to ourselves which made me feel even...More

1  Thank Gill68
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