Lenexa Attractions

LEGLER BARN MUSEUM

The stone barn, built by Adam Legler in 1864, was originally situated on the Santa Fe Trail at the corner of 95th and Quivira. In 1983 it was reconstructed at its current location in Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park. Today the barn houses a museum operated by the Lenexa Historical Society. Staff and volunteers provide guided tours.

FRISCO TRAIN DEPOT & STRANG LINE WAITING STATION

The Depot, originally constructed in 1912-13, is located next to the Legler Barn and houses exhibits of transportation models typical of early-day Lenexa. It is located at 14907 W. 87th Street Parkway.

Hours of Operation:
Lenexa Historical Society & Legler Barn Gift Shoppe
Wednesday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Other days and tour groups by appointment: Call 913.477.7100

Lenexa Chamber on Twitter:

Congratulations to Club Pilates Lenexa on their ribbon cutting today in @cityoflenexa! #Lenexa pic.twitter.com/Vr73cQiRkw

Our Leadership Lenexa 2020 class toured the new @jocogov courthouse and heard from the Medical Examiners Office and Crime Lab. We were joined by our friends from @olathechamber @opchamber @shawneechamber and @nejcchamber Thank you @JOCOSheriff! pic.twitter.com/tWTMzTQNoL

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