Small, native rock home built in 1902 for a lady doctor, Dr. Lane. It was later used as a residence, and is now the oldest building in Kenton. Featured exhibits include items that helped settle No Man's Land, as well as photos, dinosaur track artifacts, kitchen furnishings, antiques and household tools. Local books and post cards available for purchase. Donations appreciated.
General Info: Free Admission, Handicap Accessible
Tour Group Services: Tour Bus Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception, Guided Tours
Days/Hours Open: From Memorial Day to Oct 1, open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm and Sun 1-5pm CST, or by appointment.