Constitution Hall - Plan your visit
At this National Historic Landmark, a large antislavery delegation marched into Lecompton in 1857 to protest the proslavery constitutional convention meeting. The nation waited to see if the constitution written here would lead Kansas to join the Union as a slave state. Discover more about the proslavery and free-state forces along with the territorial history of Kansas. An 8 Wonders of Kansas finalist.
- 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday - Saturday
- 1 - 5 p.m. Sunday
- Closed state holidays
- $3 adults; $1.50 students; Kansas Historical Foundation members and children five and under admitted free
- Portions ADA accessible. Please provide prior notification if you or a member of your party requires accommodation for special needs or disabilities.
- Find more about group tours at the site.
- Find gift items and souvenirs related to the site's history at the Museum Store.
- Became a state site in 1986
- In Kansapedia
- In Kansas Memory
- National Register nomination, listed in 1971
- National Historic Landmark, added in 1974