The Cheyenne County Museum was born from a vision of local citizens who wanted to see that the history of Cheyenne County was preserved for future generations. The groundbreaking of the museum was September 21, 1985, with the dedication of the completed building on June 15, 1987. The front of the building has been finished with native Cheyenne County rock giving it a unique look. At the entrance to the museum, old bricks from the St. Francis Brick Factory (1888) have been laid. Inside the museum is a rich collection of county history. All displays and furnishings in the museum come from homes or businesses in Cheyenne County.
US Highway 36 P.O. Box 611 St. Francis, KS 67756