About Cottonwood FallsCottonwood Falls was founded as a busy agricultural and livestock center in the late 1850s. It is home to the French Renaissance-style Chase County Courthouse, built in 1873. Constructed of locally mined limestone, the courthouse features a mansard roof, dormer windows and a cupola. Still in use, it was designed by John G. Haskell, who also designed the Kansas capitol building in Topeka. Guided tours of the courthouse are available; phone the chamber at (620) 273-8469.
Roniger Memorial Museum displays an extensive collection of Native American arrowheads and other artifacts discovered during archeological excavations; phone (620) 273-6310.
Visitor Centers Chase County Chamber of Commerce 318 Broadway Ave. Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845. Phone:(620)273-8469
Cottonwood Falls, KS
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