Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum

Chanute, KS

Where is it at?

Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum
111 North Lincoln Avenue
Chanute
KS
66720

620 431 2730

Where are we going today?

The Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum is located in Osas hometown of Chanute, Kansas and is an insight into the turn of the century safari explorers. Formed in 1961 to preserve the Johnsons' achievements and to encourage further research into their fields of study, the Safari Museum (as it was originally named) has grown and flourished, offering a new generation the excitement and inspiration of the sort of true exploration which is now hard to find.

The inhouse Snark Theatre shows documentaries of the adventurous couple in the wild, plus elsewhere you can pore through the Johnsons' films, photographs, manuscripts, articles, books, and personal belongings.

How much does it cost?

Adults: $6

Children: $3 to $3

Free Under: 6 years.

LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Exhibitions and Shop are open 7 days a week as follows:? Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm, a

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Any top tips?

Tours are available too.

I’m Hungry!

No food may be brought into the Museum. Picnicking may be done in a neighbouring park.

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