Must See Attractions in Shawnee

1950's All-Electric House at the Johnson County Museum of History
1950s All-Electric House at the Johnson County Museum  

Whether you're a child of the Fifties or just curious about lifestyles from this nostalgic era, The 1950s All-Electric House at the Johnson County Museum of History offers an eye-opening look at the technology of the times. Futuristic features include: hidden televisions, electric curtain openers, trendy appliances and "moon glow" lighting. Step inside this "house of the future" and it's suddenly 1954 all over again!

A family home for forty years, The 1950s All-Electric House is once again a model house. The house was relocated from its original site in Prairie Village to the Museum of History in 1994. Guided tours of the All-Electric House help visitors learn why a home in the suburbs was part of the American dream after World War II.

Seen by guided tour only on the half hour Monday – Saturday, 1:00-4:00p.m., admission for adults is $2, and $1 for kids 12 and under. Tickets sold only on first-come, first-served basis. Group rates available.

 

 

Location:
6305 Lackman Road
(at the Johnson County Museum of History)

Contact:
913.715.2550
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