Kingman County Historical Museum
The Kingman County Historical Museum in Kingman Kansas occupies a beautiful 1888 building that served as a firehouse, jail, and city hall. The building has two towers, a bell tower over the city hall entrance and an unusual fire hose tower where the cotton hoses would hang after use so that the hoses would not mildew. The fire hose tower is the reason the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Make sure to stop in and check out the history of Kingman County.