Greensburg Inn
800 E Kansas Ave
Greensburg, KS 67054

(620) 723-2141
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Welcome to Greensburg Inn

In downtown Greensburg, Kansas, this hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and TVs with cable channels. This fully air-conditioned and non-smoking hotel is a short drive from Cannonball Golf Course.

All rooms at Greensburg Inn include a microwave and a refrigerator. Every room features a private bathroom and includes a hairdryer.

Local Attractions

The Big Well MuseumThe Big Well is a marvel of pioneer engineering that was completed in 1888 as the towns original water supply. At 109 feet deep, this is a breathtaking sight to see. This new museum opened in May 2012 and once again allows visitors to descend a spiral staircase into the Big Well and view exhibits that feature Greensburg’s history, the tornado, and our rebuilding as a sustainable community.
Kansas Meteorite Museum and Nature This museum specializes in the Brenham pallasite meteorite. They house the world's largest collection of Brenham meteorites, the largest, smallest and everything in between.
Kiowa County Museum & Soda FountainIn the early 1950s, a Bastian-Blessing 40 gallon Michigan-style soda fountain was installed in the Hunter Drug store on the west side of Main Street in Greensburg, KS. After many years of serving thirsty customers, on May 4, 2007 the city of Greensburg was hit by an EF5 tornado which destroyed the Hunter Drug store and left the soda fountain exposed to the elements. Paula Davis, at the time president of the Kiowa County Historical Society, asked Jamie McElwain, owner of Hunter Drug, if the Historical Society could have the fountain. Jamie agreed and the fountain was rescued from the rubble by a demolition crew.

The 24-hour front desk offers guests fax and photocopying services. Free parking is available on site at Inn Greensburg.

The Big Well Museum, featuring the world’s largest hand dug well, is less than a 2 minute drive from this hotel. The Kansas Meteorite Museum and Nature Center is 8 miles away.