Iola Explorations |
From mansions built in the 1880s to houses ordered from Sears, Iola has them!
Once 7 stories high in the sky!
Come taste the best mistake in candy making!
In a building buit before 1900, Allen County's history is alive and well. Don't wait to come in.
Runners, walkers, spectators join the fun on Iola's famous square where a multitude of activites are going to be held.
Eleanor Roosevelt worried about typhroid fever and the spread of germs. See our "Eleanor."
If you can find the old smokehouse, you'll find the old Funston home site.
Like hunting missing parts? One of the four original clocks that set a top the court house is on the square. Can you find the other one?
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, visit the jailor's quarters which is above the graffiti covered walls of the cells.
How did Iola get her name?
Hidden or missing skeltons in your family? Where can you go to get help?
Find out why we are the largest downtown square in America!
Part of this home was built before Kansas was a state, and it is still alive with history!
From the War of 1812 to now, veterans have their name on the wall, look for your family and friends.
Mystery and lore surrounds these white crosses in front of the site of the former Allen County Poor Home.
Did you know there are only four zinc Civil War statues in the state? Visit the old Iola cemetery to find many other historic treasures!
Camping, swimming, running, or whatever you want to do in this historic park.
See walls and remnants of the old country school where Frederick Funston once taught.
Think you can build it better? WPA projects are still here and can be seen throughout the town.