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201 South Main Street
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About this Exploration:
From the 1930's until the early 1960's Roy and Clara Miller of Lucas traveled the United States and brought rocks back home and used them to build miniature mountains and buildings.
The mountains represent some of their favorite places like, Pikes Peak in Colorado, and the buildings were replicas of Lucas businesses and churches.
The sculptures were sold after the Miller's deaths in the late 1960's, and have been sitting in a field at Hay's for 40+ years.
The Kohler Foundation obtained the collection in late 2012 and had them moved back to Lucas and restored.
The sculptures now sit just east of the Garden of Eden and are open to the public year round.
P O Box 186
Lucas, KS 67648