We can accommodate tours for all age groups!
"The story of Topeka begins with transportation. Prior to its official settlement, its land north of the river included part of the Oregon Trail. Col. Cyrus K. Holliday wanted to build a railroad because he saw an opportunity for greater fortune and the development of the nation. He secured the funds to begin the endeavor and chose a site on the banks of the Kansas River. Topeka was founded in 1854..."
Schedule your tour today to hear more about the history of Topeka and the railroads!
Seniors (62+): $5.00
Children (3 - 12): $2.00
**Military w/ ID: $1.00 off **
**1 Adult Free for every 10 children **
Group tours of 10-20 people can be scheduled with 2-3 days notice.
Groups of over 20 must be scheduled 2 weeks in advance.
Children’s tours must have 1 adult per 10 children.
Group tours are available of the Great Overland Station, All Veterans Memorial, and the Welda Depot.
We are handicap accessible, provide special bus parking (motor coach, school buses, etc.), space available for lunch (upon request), 2 large parking lots, and tours are guided by a knowledgeable docent.
Please contact us for questions and scheduling at 785-232-5533.