Native American Heritage Museum
Wolf River Bob at the Native American Heritage Museum in Highland. Outside viewing available only.
Four State View
Voted one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas, the Four-State Lookout at White Cloud reflects a spectacular view of Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa. From White Cloud Main Street, take 3rd Street to the top of the hill.
Daughters of the American Revolution
Daughters of the American Revolution may be viewed at the boat ramp near the Missouri River in White Cloud
Fort Luxembourg in Elwood
Fort Luxembourg in Elwood. The name was given to the facility in appreciation of the relationship the City of Elwood enjoys with the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The Fort is the home of Doniphan County Services & Workskills, Backdoor Bargains Thriftstore and is the Travel, Tourism and Gift Shop for Doniphan County. Located off of Highway 36 on Roseport Road
Ma Hush Kah Museum in White Cloud
Ma Hush Kah Museum in White Cloud was originally a school building for African Americans, was built between 1871 and 1872 costing $12,000 featuring 4 classrooms as well as closets and cloakrooms. Today the building is a museum housing the collections of the Ma Hush Kah Historical Society. It is located at the corner of 6th and Main Street and is listed on the National Register
Nelson Rogers Home in Troy
Nelson Rogers Home in Troy is the first and oldest house remaining in Troy. Local legend states that Abraham Lincoln walked down the street to visit his friend, Sidney Tennant located at 138 E. Walnut on the square. Restored by the Doniphan County Historical Society.
Irvin Hall, Highland Community College
Irvin Hall, Highland Community College is the oldest college building still in use in Kansas. Founded in 1837
Doniphan County Courthouse located in Troy
Doniphan County Courthouse located in Troy was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The courthouse built in 1904 is the fourth to serve Doniphan County in Troy. The county offices outgrew the temporary first courthouse by 1858; the second building burned down, by 1900 the third courthouse was deemed too small and was razed for the present building.
A monument at Bellmont Cemetery
A monument at Bellmont Cemetery, considered a Pioneer Cemetery, was dedicated in 1915 to those who gave their lives in the Civil War. The monument stands facing West from a high bluff in Wathena along the Missouri River. It is catalogued in the Smithsonian Museum of Art.
Boat Ramp at White Cloud
Boat Ramp at White Cloud has restrooms, fish cleaning station, and is the site for the Lewis and Clark Pavilion located at the foot of Main Street and Highway 7.
Pete the Pig Monument in White Cloud
Pete the Pig Monument in White Cloud. In 1910, ten-year old Wilbur Chapman sold a prized pig to raise money for a leper colony. Coin savings banks were created in the shape of pigs, manufactured, and sold, resulting in the origination of the "Piggy Bank" as we know it today. Seen on White Cloud's Main Street.
Native American Heritage Museum at Highland
Native American Heritage Museum at Highland Mission Historic Site is located two miles East of Highland and operates as a Kansas State Historical Society museum featuring Native American culture, history, and folk art. (Outside viewing only)