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The Cowley County Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving historical documents, artifacts and genealogy records pertaining to the rich history of the region. Displays feature life in early Cowley County.

Winfield boasts many beautiful homes throughout town.  With historic homes, Victorian homes, and homes built by architect Bill Caton, the driving tour of these structures is sure to delight all!

Historic Homes
The Victorian and historic homes of Winfield were built from 1870 to the early 1900's and were influenced by the fashionable features of the era.  An era when hospitality was an art and elegance a way of life.  Through Winfield's tree-lined streets, fine examples of Victorian styles are revealed.  Enjoy discovering turrets, towers and cupolas, turned spindles, curved verandes and delicate millwork.

Caton Homes
Bill Caton was the son of a prominent Winfield family and practiced architecture in the community for over forty years.  His projects, the earliest in 1924, are to be found on almost every street of Winfield, and in numerous states from coast to coast.  Over eight hundred projects, large and small, were completed with private residences his personal favorite.  Bill lived on or adjacent to Tenth Avenue his entire life.  A drive east on this tree-lined street is a great place to start a driving tour of his residential work.

The Kansas Veterans’ Cemetery at Winfield is open to visitors every day of the year from sunrise to sunset.  The cemetery floral regulations are posted outside the administration building.

  • Wrap Around Winfield
    •  208 E. 5th Ave.
    • Artist: Marjorie Bicker with help from Claudia Lawson
  • The Beginnings (pictured)
    •  9th Avenue & Main Street - RCB Bank (inside)
    • Artist: Sue Jean Covacavich-Boys
  • Comet Coca-Cola
    • 221 E. 9th Avenue
    • Artist: Marjorie Bicker
  • English Cottage
    • North Main, Island Park
    • Artist: Marjorie Bicker
  • Hard at Work
    • 810 Loomis - Webber Land Company
    • Artist: Marjorie Bicker
  • Vikings
    • 300 Viking Blvd., Winfield High School Gym
    • Artists: Ed Palubinskas & Gene Garbowski
  • American Legion Post #10 Eagle
    • 115 W. 10th Ave.
    • Artist: Elizabeth Boyd Vaughan
  • Toto's Supper Club
    • 314 W. 8th Ave.
    • Artist: Elizabeth Boyd Vaughan with help from Megan Bender
  • Ghost of Winfield
    • 10th & Main St., NE corner
    • Artist: unknown 

Visit this moving Vietnam Memorial Wall honoring the 777 service men and women of Kansas who gave their lives in the war. This memorial is a replica of the Vietnam War memorial in Washington D.C.

Walnut Valley Farmers Market
Farmers market sets up each Satruday, Memorial Day Weekend through September from 7:30 - 11:00 a.m. Includes vegetables, fruit, baked goods, handcrafts, wood crafts, jewelry, flowers, utensil sharpening.

Wheat State Wine Co. offers some of the premier wines of Kansas. Free wine tastings and tours of the winery and vineyard are available Fridays through Sundays and by appointment. All patrons are welcome to picnic on the grounds, or enjoy a glass of wine on the patio.

Winfield Arts & Humanities Council
620-221-2161 xt 10
The WAHC is devoted to enriching the diverse cultural life of Winfield and its surrounding area. Visit the WAHC art galleries, take an art class, or attend one of its many events.

Winfield Isle of Lights, Inc.
Isle of Lights was formed in 1993 as a not-for-profit organization with the vision to create a Christmas lighting display in Winfield's beautiful Island Park.  Every year since, new displays have been added to the park.  Money for new displays and expenses comes from gate donations, private and business donations, memorials as well as grants from Winfield Convention and Tourism.

Isle of Lights opens yearly on the third Sunday of November and remains open until December 30.
Admission is free but donations are greatly appreciated.

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