A Mueller's Lockeroom
120 S 2nd St, Atchison, KS 66002
Delicious foods and appetizers. Had the pork tenderloin and waffle fries but the options are endless. Super tasty and a nice treat after traveling to Atchison, KS
B Lopez De Mexico Restaurant
112 S 6th St, Atchison, KS 66002
My absolute favorite Mexican restaurant! And the margaritas are the best. Great staff and atmosphere!
C Jerrys Again
125 N 5th St #2406, Atchison, KS 66002
We serve great lunches and Virginia’s famous pie Monday-Friday, evenings and weekends are private events. Call us to book your private event.
E Gambino's Pizza
610 Commercial St, Atchison, KS 66002
Gambino's Pizza has a wide selection of Pizza, Pasta, Sandwiches, Calzones, Wings, Appetizers, Salads and Desserts. We select the finest ingredients for the best toppings, taste and value. You're Gonna Love It!
D Riverhouse Restaurant
101 Commercial St, Atchison, KS 66002
The Riverhouse Restaurant Has a great selection of sea food, stakes & Poultry, A Excellent place to eat... friendly staff and great food!
F Lickity Split Ice Cream & Sandwich Shop
306 Commercial St, Atchison, KS 66002
Lickity Split is located in Downtown Atchison, across from the YMCA, behind the Holiday Inn Express, and minutes from the River Park. A great place to enjoy a sandwich or an ice cream cone! Ice Cream, Sandwiches,Hot Dogs & Coffee.
G Trotter's on the River
102 E Atchison St, Atchison, KS 66002
Bar and grill right on the banks of the Missouri river. Live music, ice cold beer, cocktails, food!
A Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum
223 N Terrace St, Atchison, KS 66002
The Amelia Earhart Birthplace is a historic building and museum that was the birthplace of aviator Amelia Earhart. It is located at 223 N. Terrace in Atchison, Kansas, United States. The house was built in 1861 in a Gothic Revival style and is on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River.
B Santa Fe Depot, Atchison County Historical Society Visitor and Information Center
200 S 10th St, Atchison, KS 66002
1880s Santa Fe Depot features History Museum with exhibits on Native American, Amelia Earhart, Lewis & Clark, Jesse Stone, and extensive Military weapon collection.
C High Voltage Bar and Dance
711 Commercial St Suite D, Atchison, KS 66002
High Voltage Bar and Dance is a local neighborhood bar in the heart of historic downtown Atchison, KS. Here you will find games like pool and darts, live music, and cold drinks all night long GREAT NIGHT LIFE!
D Atchison Event Center
710 S 9th St, Atchison, KS 66002
The Atchison Event Center is a full service facility with over 16,000 square feet of event space.
F Atchison Kansas Psychic
914 Unity St, Atchison, KS 66002
Atchison Kansas Psychic Readings See Your Future & Past NOW!
G Cray Historical Home Museum
805 N 5th St, Atchison, KS 66002
A glorious example of the opulence of the Victorian era in Atchison, Kansas
H Jackson Park Molly's Hollow
6th St, College Street Atchison, KS 66002
Today, Jackson Park is an expansive park property that offers visitors walking trails, picnic spots, frisbee golf, playgrounds, and more. The park covers more than 100 acres, dappled by open green space and natural, wooded areas for bird-watchers and natural enthusiasts. Drive or hike more deeply into the park to see breath-taking views of the Missouri River meandering its way downstream
I Muchnic Art Gallery
102 E Atchison St, Atchison, KS 66002
Atchison is home to a vast collection of stately, turn-of-the-century Victorian mansions, and the three-story brick Queen Anne on Fourth Street is one of the most impressive. Built in 1885 by lumber merchant George Howell, the 14-room beauty boasts a slate roof, eyebrow windows, and an inviting wraparound porch. For several years prior to construction, Mr. Howell carefully collected magnificent woods of oak, walnut, and mahogany to handcraft this masterpiece
J Independence Creek: Lewis & Clark Historic Site
19917 314 Rd Atchison, KS 66002
This historic site, about five miles north of the City of Atchison, is where the Lewis & Clark expedition camped on July 4, 1804. A pedestrian bridge over Independence Creek serves as a link on a 5-mile hiking/biking trail from the Atchison Riverfront. Other features include an interpretive sign, geodetic marker and a replica of a Kanza Indian Earthlodge dwelling. Lewis and Clark wrote in their journals that they camped near an uninhabited village of the Kanza Indians. The Kanza Earthlodge, trail and Lewis & Clark attractions on the Atchison Riverfront were named one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas History in 2010.
The historic site is found along the Glacial Hills Scenic Byway. This beautiful byway gets its name from the rolling hills and rock-strewn valleys carved by ancient glaciers.