Carnegie Arts Center
The mission of the Goodland Arts council is to provide an opportunity for the citizens of Goodland, Sherman County and the tri-state area to experience arts in all forms. This shall be done in a manner that is both affordable and accessible for everyone to benefit.
The Sherman Theatre
The Sherman Theatre offices movies in both 2D and 3D. Blockbuster hits can be seen on opening night. Be sure to check the website for upcoming features at http://www.goodlandnet.com/movies
Giant Van Gogh Painting
In the spring of 2001, the "World's Largest Painting on an Easel" was erected in Pioneer Park, in Goodland, Kansas and painted by artist Cameron Cross. The 24 x 32 foot painting is a reproduction of Vincent Van Gogh’s Three Sunflowers in a Vase, the first version in a series of seven sunflower paintings painted in Arles, France, between 1888-1889.
Steever Water Park
Steever Water Park was established in 2001 and serves the public during the summer months. The Water Park offers several options of entertainment whether it be sliding down the water slides or diving into the main pool area. When you are ready for a break join us for refreshments at the snack area. The Water Park has many activities throughout the summer so join us for a day of fun in the sun.
Located at 1710 Road 55, Smoky Gardens offers a place to picnic and camp. A new walking trail and disc golf course ascends steeply from the picnic area around the lake. Benches are provided. The park hosts Family Fun Day in the spring and fall with a concert.
1710 Road 55
Goodland, KS 67735
Located at 202 West 13th in Goodland, Kansas, is an excellent example of a type of Victorian architecture usually called the Queen Anne style. Built during a time of early prosperity in 1907 by the widow of William Ennis, this two story house with covered porches has been an important part of Sherman County history for almost a century.
High Plains Museum
We are the people of Western Kansas, descendants of the Native American, the soldier, homesteader, the farmer, the railroader, the teacher, and the entrepreneur. Our stories, beginning over 100 years ago, continue and are presented and preserved through the efforts of the High Plains Museum.