You Can Find A Liberty Bell Replica Made Entirely Of Wheat At The Mennonite Heritage Museum In Kansas

Have you ever seen a replica of one of the symbols of the United States before? I’m sure you’ve seen a few of the 25+ statues of liberty sprinkled around our state, but what about a Liberty Bell? This Liberty Bell replica is more than you’d expect. Instead of metal, it’s made entirely of wheat! The museum is amazing, and this bell is truly the star of the show. Next time you’ve got spots open on your road trip through the area, consider adding this museum to the list!

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For more information and updates about hours, exhibits, and events, check out the museum’s official website or the Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum Facebook page.

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Address: 200 Poplar St, Goessel, KS 67053, USA