Historic Properties in Manhattan
National, State & Manhattan Register of Historic Places
Manhattan has more than 30 properties and/or districts currently listed on the national, state or Manhattan historic register with many more eligible for such recognition (see Multiple Property Documentation Forms). View the Historic Sites Map to see where these sites are located.
- Anderson Hall - Kansas State University
- Bethel AME Church, 401 Yuma
- Bluemont Youth Cabin, Goodnow Park
- Community House, 120 N. Fourth St.
- Damon Runyon House, 400 Osage St.
- Daniel and Maude Walters House, 100 S. Delaware
- E.A. and Ura Wharton House, 608 Houston St.
- First Congregational Church, 700 Poyntz Ave.
- Fitz House, 1014 Houston St.
- Francis Byron "Barney" Kimble House, 720 Poyntz Ave.
- Goodnow Memorial Home, 2301 Claflin Rd.
- Grimes House, 203 N. Delaware or 1981 Humboldt St.
- Hulse-Daughters House, 617 Colorado St.
- Jeremiah Platt House, 2005 Claflin Rd.
- Jessie Ingraham House, 1724 Fairchild Ave.
- KSAC Radio Towers - Kansas State University
- Lyda-Jean Apartments, 501 Houston St.
- Manhattan Carnegie Library Building, Fifth and Poyntz
- Mattie M. Elliot House, 600 Houston St.
- McFarlane-Wareham Residence, 1906 Leavenworth St.
- Riley County Courthouse, 100 Courthouse Plaza
- Robert Ulrich House, 121 N. Eighth St.
- Rocky Ford School, 1967 Barnes Rd.
- Samuel Houston House, 3624 Anderson Ave.
- Second (Pilgrim) Baptist Church, 831 Yuma
- Seven Dolors Catholic Church, Juliette and Pierre
- Strasser House, 326 Laramie St.
- Woman's Club House, 900 Poyntz Ave.
City-Owned StructuresIn order to better manage Manhattan’s historic resources the Historic Resources Board and city staff have prepared the City-Owned Structures Historic Inventory & Guide to provide background information, historic significance potential, and preservation priority on selected city-owned structures built prior to 1965.
The full nomination form for each property listed on the National Register of Historic Places or the Register of Historic Kansas Places can be downloaded from the Kansas State Historical Society's National & State Register Database.
Information About Nominations
National / State
If you would like information about nominating a property to the national or state register, please visit the Kansas State Historical Society website.
For the local register, read about the Manhattan Register of Historic Places. You may also email Long Range Planner Ben Chmiel or call 785-587-2435 for additional assistance.