Points of Interest


Dane G. Hansen Museum/Plaza

110 W Main
Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 to 12 and 1 to 4,
Saturday 9 to 12 and 1 to 5, Sundays & Holidays 1 to 5
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
Handicap accessible

On Logan’s Main Street stands the beautifully landscaped Dane G. Hansen Plaza. The Plaza houses the Hansen Foundation & Trust offices and the Hansen Museum, which displays early American and foreign coins, European and Western guns, Mr. Hansen’s office, the Hansen family biography, traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian Institute, oriental art collected by Kate Hansen in Japan from 1907 to 1951, art objects purchased by the Museum Association, and Artist of the Month exhibits. The museum attracts thousands of people each year. The museum’s intention is to create new cultural and social opportunities for the area.

Logan Area Historical Museum

217 / 219 W. Main Street
Hours: Friday & Saturday – 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Barbara Sparks, Museum Director
(785) 689-4831

The Logan Area Historical Museum is located within the historic “Dye” Building, built by Elmer Dye in 1905 (shown above).  There are two floors housing an assortment of exhibits and displaying unique items of historic importance to the Logan trade area.  A newer addition is located at the rear of the Museum, housing antique automobiles and farming equipment.

The Logan Area Historical Museum is owned and operated by the Logan Area Historical Society,  a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, Kansas not-for-profit corporation.

Episcopal Church

102 Church St.
Key and brochure are available at the Hansen Museum

Registered with the Kansas State Historical Society, this landmark is a monument to the fine craftsmanship of builders of the era. The Church of the Transfiguration was constructed in 1890 of native limestone and is surrounded by buffalo grass.