Attractions abound...
Lindsborg, Kansas located in the Smoky Valley of central Kansas is also know as "Little Sweden".  Lindsborg offers unique shopping including Swedish imports, art galleries, and specialty shops. Click Here to view our online brochure. Click Here to view our  Special Package to enhance your stay.
Attractions include:
The McPherson County Old Mill Museum across from Heritage Square and the Swedish Pavilion in south Lindsborg.  This wonderful museum captures much of the history of the Lindsborg area.

McPherson Co Old Mill Museum

The Sandzen Gallery with the beautiful collection of artwork by the late artist Birger Sandzen and other exhibits.  A number of smaller art galleries and working studios exhibit a wide range of media.

Sandzen Gallery

The Messiah Festival of Music and Art (Easter Week) is the most widely known community event featuring Handel's "Messiah" and Bach's "St. Matthew's Passion".
Maxwell Wildlife Refuge offers tours every weekend starting on Memorial Day and continuing through October.  This is your best chance to see the prairie, buffalo and elk up close and personal.  McPherson State Fishing Lake lies on the refuge's west border.  The refuge is located within 30 miles of Lindsborg.
The Rolling Hills Wildlife Refuge occupies 95 acres of land and is dedicated as the home to more than 40 species of animals, many of which are on the endangered list.  The collection includes rhinos (Indian and White), Amur leopards, orangutans, chimpanzees, tigers, giraffes and many more.  The refuge is an easy 20 minute drive from Lindsborg.
A regular schedule in the performing arts is maintained by Bethany College, the Lindsborg Arts Council and Broadway RFD.  Many well-known names have appeared on Lindsborg stages.
While in town, don't miss Kanopolis Lake , a multi-purpose reservoir located 20 minutes west of Lindsborg.  The lake is well known for its excellent white bass and walleye fishing, but catches of crappie and channel cat can be equally good.  Summertime offers many recreational benefits.
Of course you won't want to miss a stroll through our lovely downtown area which is right across the street from our Bed & Breakfast,  where you will find an outstanding selection of Scandinavian imports, original arts and crafts and other specialty shopping.

Downtown Lindsborg

Bethany College , a four year liberal arts college with a lovely campus offers many activities including the annual Messiah Festival held each spring.  Bethany has more than a century of tradition in academic excellence and notable pursuits in the fine arts.
Lindsborg has a nine hole golf course located a few miles from town and larger courses are located within 15 to 20 miles.
Come and join us for a unique experience in the heartland!  To learn more about our unique community, please visit the Lindsborg Chamber of Commerce web site www.lindsborg.org .
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