Lucas is nestled in the heart of Post Rock Country and the Smoky Hills region of Kansas. It is located in Russell County at the junction of K-18 and K-232 highways just six miles north of beautiful Wilson Lake, the "Clearest Lake in Kansas". Winding around Wilson Lake from Wilson to Lucas is the Post Rock Scenic Byway.
Lucas has been an art destination since the establishment of S.P. Dinsmoor’s Garden of Eden. Lucas boasts a thriving art community that includes historic sites, public art, a museum, studios, galleries, and an art cooperative.
Immerse yourself in the historic sites of Lucas. View the historical structures and learn the stories of the past.
May - September:
Monday - Saturday 10am- 5 pm
Sunday 1 -5 pm
April & October
Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am-4pm
Tour Ticket Price
Tots Are Free!
10-19 persons $8.50
20 and over $8.00
Guided tours of the house interior and access to the Mausoleum:
November - February: Thursday through Sunday, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
March - April: Daily 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
May - October: Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Adults, 12 + over: $9
Groups of 10 or more, military, seniors: $8 each
Children ages 5 - 11: $4
Children under 5: Free