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On a self-guided walking tour you can view the Five Historic Buildings, These buildings are physical expressions of the five pillars of the African American community—church, self-government, education, home, and business. Two are open and accessible to the public—the 1939 Township Hall, also the Visitor Center, and the A.M.E. Church.
Please call 785-839-4233 for more information.
Nicodemus National Historic Site is located in northwester Kansas on Highway 24, between Hill City and Stockton.
Fees and PassesThere is no fee to Nicodemus National Historic Site. The site does not sell the America the Beautiful: The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass Series, but you may puchase the card in Kansas at one of the below sites:
The main floor of the Township Hall (Visitor Center) and the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) are accessible to wheelchair users. The restrooms are not accessible to wheelchair users. The restrooms are up six stairs with handrails. The introductory park film is open captioned for those with hearing impairments; listening devices are also available to assist with hearing the park film.
However, service animals are welcome inside the Visitor Center.
Places to go
Places near Nicodemus National Historic Site include:
Last updated: September 30, 2021