Lucas is a great town for a day trip, reunions, or a weekend away. Lodging and delicious eateries are available in town and nearby. While in town, tour the Garden of Eden, Bowl Plaza, Grassroots Art Center, and more. Tours of Lucas, the Post Rock Scenic Byway, and the area can be set up for any sized group.
One of the oldest meat markets in the country, handcrafting bologna and sausages since 1922. Named one of the "8 Wonders of Kansas Commerce,” Brant's Market also offers fresh meats, cheese, and a variety of local products.
125 S. Main Street
Fishing & Hunting
Boating & Marina
Camping & Trails
Switchgrass currently has 20 artist members and over 1,000 pieces of original art available to purchase.
South Main Street
Take the road less traveled and see the sights.
Two new ways to bring World's Largest to your town! You can Build World's Largest for your community or schedule a workshop or brainstorming session with Erika Nelson through the Kansas Arts Commission Arts on Tour program or Schedule a Lecture all about World’s Largest Things through the Kansas Humanities Council
214 South Main Street
Movies Fri. & Sat. 7 pm, Sun. 5 pm
Movie theater with first-run movies on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Best popcorn in the area! Back Community Room for rent when not showing movies.
116 S. Main Street
Roy & Clara’s Rock Sculpture Garden
Next to to the Garden of Eden
East Second Street
Postcard Sculpture Garden by Florence Deeble
Interior environment by Pilar
South Fairview Street
Historic Lucas City Jail
West Second Street
Bowl Plaza was a joint idea from the community, art center and local artists that fulfilled a public need and artistic vision. It was a four year project led by the Grassroots Art Center and architect. This mosaic embedded restroom is now an international and national award winner for the quirkiest restroom. It is a must see!
121 South Main
See our collection of fork art, great for pictures.
Right next to Bowl Plaza
119 South Main
Our very own World’s Largest Travel Plate, created by artist Erika Nelson.
across from K-18 Café
Jump into the world of artist, Alan Vopat.
110 South Main Street
Matt Farley’s art studio.
112 South Main Street
Picture shown is indoor exhibit at the Grassroots Art Museum. See M.T. Liggett’s outdoor display across the street from Great Plains.
East South Harvest Street
Features shady seating and an incredible mural by artist, Erika Nelson depicting the Czech migration.
Between the Lucas Community Center and Brants Market
South main Street
View the roadside creations of Jim Dickerman and his son Trent Dickerman.
Along Highway 18 between Lucas & Tescott
We know our business members are an integral part of our community. We are dedicated to maintaining a support network for businesses and promoting them through our many public events.
We meet every 3rd Thursday of the month, with the exception of December in the Lucas Community Room at 6PM, snacks provided. 135 South Main, use south entrance
Come to our next meeting!
Every 3rd Thursday of the month
135 South Main
use South Entrance