Basic Information

304 Washington Ave.
Nicodemus, KS 67625-3015

Nicodemus National Historic Site is located in northwestern Kansas on Highway 24 between Hill City and Stockton.

June 1st through September 1st

The visitor center is open year round for six (6) days of the week. We are closed on Sundays and federal holidays. The visitor center will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year Day. Hours for the center are 9:00 am to 4:30 pm CST. Due to our small number of staff, the Visitor Center may be temporarily closed around the lunch hour—our staff will post the time you can expect for their return. Thank you for your understanding.

Standard Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: -
  • Tuesday: -
  • Wednesday: -
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  • Friday: -
  • Saturday: -

Additional Information

Northwest Kansas has a four season climate typified by long, hot summers, cold winters, short spring and fall seasons, and nearly constant breeze. Humidity is relatively low compared to the eastern portion of the state. Afternoon thunderstorms with lightning, hail, and gusty winds frequently occur during the spring and summer. Tornados are possible but are less common in Kansas than they are in several other states. In the event of a tornado seek shelter immediately. Winter snow accumulation is usually l

Entrance Fees:

Park Fee - $0.00

There is no fee to Nicodemus National Historic Site.

Nicodemus National Historic Site

Visitor Center is located on the southeast side of the Roadside Park. The Visitor Center will be open six days a week. Closed on Sundays and Federal holidays. Hours will be 9:00 am to 4:30 pm CST.

 
Junior Ranger Being Sworn In
Junior Ranger Being Sworn In

NPS

Welcome to Nicodemus National Historic Site.

Learn about the history of Nicodemus and African Americans, view exhibits, watch a short interpretive film, speak to a community interpreter, and stamp your National Parks Passport at our visitor center.

In this section of our website, you can find basic information on visiting the site. This page provides the essential information that you need to plan a trip to Nicodemus including:

Our Weather page provides links to weather forecasts and climate information. On this section visitors can learn about Accessibility at the site and which Pets are allowed in the site.

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 foyer.

Please call 785-839-4233 for more information.

Last updated: November 16, 2017

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

304 Washington Ave.
Nicodemus, KS 67625-3015

Phone:

(785) 839-4233

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