Chase County Courthouse – Cottonwood Falls, Kansas
This courthouse is the oldest courthouse in operation in Kansas. Built 1872-1873, this French Renaissance building constructed of native limestone this beautiful building is someting that you will want to visit while in Kansas.
Native limestone, used in the building, has been shipped to every state in the country. It may be found in many public structures, including the Capitol building in Washington D.C. and the Kansas capitol building. Each year visitors from every state and from many countries visit the courthouse, marveling at its architectural design, the stonework and spiral staircase. In 1971 the Courthouse was entered in the National Registry of Historic Places and the Kansas Historical Site register. Unmatched in durability and design, the courthouse remains a living tribute to its builders and the Flint Hills pioneers who dreamed of a Courthouse which would stand a century.
Location: 300 Pearl, Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
Phone: (620) 273-8469 or (800) 431-6344