Concordia Explorations |
One of Concordia' most "colorful" residents was the man who shot John Wilkes Booth after he assassinated President Lincoln.
How many museums have a plane hanging from the ceiling, allow you to play in water, ring bells and lock your sibling in jail? Experience this and more!
Some say Col. Brown made his money as a horse thief, his wife said he was a doctor. Whatever the case Col. Brown and his bag of money is responsible for helping Concordia grow into a great town.
Politician extraordinaire! Frank Carlson served as a state representative, governor,and senator. He was well respected and is responsible for the Presidential Prayer Breakfast.
Between 1854 and 1929 over 200,000 children were sent from New York to new homes across America. This museum will touch your heart like no other.
Once home to over 4,000 German POWs, Camp Concordia was the largest POW camp in Kansas.