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Red Rocks

As a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, editor of The Emporia Gazette and and political adviser, William Allen White hosted well-known political and literary figures of the day, including Theodore Roosevelt, among the five U.S. presidents to visit Red Rocks. William Allen's son, William Lindsay White, was a well-known radio broadcaster in the 1940s and later an editor of the Gazette. Through world travels they connected with famous people like H. G. Wells and Albert Einstein. Mingle with the Whites and their influential friends at Red Rocks in Emporia. Operated with William Allen White Community Partnership, Inc.

From presidents to well-known writers, when you visit Red Rocks, you're in good company.

Named one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas People!

Visitor comments

“The tour guide was very knowledgeable and helpful.”