The Stockade Museum is in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, on the south side of US Highway 160. The main entrance is on the north side of the stockade, facing Highway 160. Our street address is
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We have a small parking lot across the highway from the museum. You may also park on any of the side streets near the museum.
The entrance, gift shop, and main gallery are wheelchair accessible. From the main gallery to the Stockade yard, which contains outside exhibits, it’s a bit awkward but should be doable, especially if you have a friend to help. There are no sidewalks in the yard, just grass. There is a ramp to the porch of the Smith Log Cabin, but the doorways are not wide enough for a wheelchair. The Carry Nation Home also has standard-width doors, plus there are several steps to get in or out. The hallway leading to the only bathrooms (in the main building) is too narrow for a wheelchair, though a person with a walker would be fine.
Our regular hours are given below; we are closed on major holidays. For special occasions we are often open extended hours; for details see the schedule for the special occasion. We are happy to accommodate visitors other times by prior arrangement.
|Sunday||1:00 PM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday – Friday||1:00 PM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:30 AM – 5:00 PM|
We are closed on these holidays.
New Year’s Day
We are usually open on these days, unless they fall on a day of the week that we are normally closed.
Martin Luther King Day
the day after Thanksgiving
New Year’s Eve
Sometimes we are closed on additional days. When that happens, it will be announced on the home page of our website or on our Facebook page.
Adults 15-54 — $5
Seniors 55 and older — $4
Children 7-14 — $3
Young children under 7 — Free
Friends of the Museum family pass — $30
Your ticket also admits you to the Carry Nation Home next door.