Best Western Butterfield Inn

1010 East 41st Street, Hays, Kansas, 67601, United States
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Travel Tips for Hays

The Stone Gallery at 107 1/2...

by jan58

The Stone Gallery at 107 1/2 W. 6th St. is the most interesting place in Hays. It is owned by local sculptor Pete Felten (if you've driven through Hays you've seen his limestone sculptures all over town). Not only does he have a vast collection of his own works, he also showcases local artists as well. His place is open when he's around so it's best to call first to make sure someone's there. The number is 625-7619. The best thing about Pete's Gallery is Pete himself. He is a fantastic artist and knows more about Hays history than anyone I know. He lives next door to me and told me all about the house I live in, who built it, when, etc. Don't pass up a chance to talk to him if you can!

Fort Hays, Boot Hill, and the State University

by atufft

"Fort Hays and Frontier Wild Town"

The town's name comes from the fort that was established to protect the railroad and to periodically punish the Indians who by the late 19th century had become something of a nuisance on the frontier. What is left of the fort has now been restored and protected as a museum.

"Downtown Hays"

Downtown of Hays is surprisingly dull considering this a university town and the sizeable inventory of old brick commercial buildings. It's also surprising that Hays is so quiet downtown, given its the only town of significant size along I-70 in west Kansas. However, there are brick paved streets and lots of old brick buildings and other things to see downtown if one has an hour or so to kill. The wild west pioneer town of sheriff Wild Bill Hickock and Buffalo Bill is well documented by historic signs downtown, informing the visitor that what is quiet and peaceful today was once riotous and wild.

"Fort Hays State University"

The liberal arts college has a lovely campus with early 20th century buildings made of locally quarried limestone. The University is along a creek and is not far from the fort.

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Address: 1010 East 41st Street, Hays, Kansas, 67601, United States