Fromme-Birney Round Barn, Mullinville

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The Fromme-Birney Round Barn near Mullinville, Kansas, United States, is a round barn that was built in 1912. The barn is 50 feet tall and 70 feet in diameter and built with 16 sides to appear round. It was built to house draft horses but the horses were eventually replaced by tractors as the years went on. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
The barn is now owned and operated by the Kiowa County Historical Society and is open daily for visits.
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  • Visited the barn as part of the Big Kansas Road Trip!! Too cool!! Simply amazing that a 16 sided barn was built in 1912. Fortunately someone recognized the value and restored the barn in 1995. The hay...  more »
  • We heard that this barn was only a few minutes west of Greensburg, KS while we were visiting Greensburg for the day. It is part of the 8 wonders of Kansas, and so we felt it was worth the extra time o...  more »
  • The restoration is pretty impressive. The barn is off the road a bit, but feel free to stop by and let yourself in. There's plenty of interesting information inside.
  • the owners are wonderful people, and the place is filled with so much character.

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