Fort Scott

Fort Scott Convention & Visitors Bureau | Facebook | (620) 670-2750

Founded in 1842, Fort Scott would find themselves on the edge of the permanent Indian frontier, in the middle of the Civil War, and taking part in the construction of the transcontinental railroad. Now you can explore Fort Scott National Historic Site, follow the story of Irena Sendler as she saves 2500 children from the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII at the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes, or see life through the lens of Gordon Parks at the Gordon Parks Museum.

Don’t forget “Dolly the Trolley” gives city tours every Friday and Saturday.

Rest, renew, reconnect, or relive when you visit beautiful and historic Fort Scott, KS!

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