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Lindsborg boasts excellent local restaurants, where visitors can enjoy a break from chains serving cookie-cutter cuisine. Tour the many art galleries and museums. Enjoy some shopping in our historic downtown that specializes in quaint independently owned shops for all interests.

Farley's Bar & Grill


Öl Stuga

Full bar, hot and cold generously sized subs and sandwiches. Famous for the “Brent Nelson” sandwich. Runner-up in the Good Morning America "Best Bites" competition 2010.
119 S. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-8762  
Monday-Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to midnight. 
Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. 

Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm

White Peacock
Coffee and Tea, Serving Breakfast and Lunch all day.

124 S. Main St.
785- 212-6108

Open Everyday 7:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.

Crown and Rye                                                                                                            

Swedish and American Food

121 N Main St


Closed Monday,

Tuesday-Thursday 11:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m.

Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m.- 9:00 pm

Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 


Renaissance Cafe

Fine Dining Fish, Chicken, Steak and Pasta

210 N Center St

Assaria, KS 67416

Ph (785) 822-6750 and (785) 667-5535

Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings

5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 

Reservations are needed.

Blacksmith Coffee Shop & Roastery                                                                           

Serving coffee roasted in-house, homemade pastries and lunch

and some Swedish specialties.

122 N Main St

Ph (785) 212-6077

Monday-Saturday 6:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Thursday,

Closed Sunday



Fresh, hot Chinese food made to order.

108 N Main St

Ph (785) 212-6188

Closed Monday

Tuesday-Sunday 11:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. 


Mexican food and beer

107 N Main St

Ph (785) 227-8987 

Monday-Thursday 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. -8:30p.m.

Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. 

Sunday 11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m

Bella Sol Bistro                                                                                                             Casual Dining, Cultural fusion cuisine. Craft beer and Wine bar.

101 N Main St

Ph (785) 827-9755




Anderson Butik                                                                                                              
134 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-3864
Swedish gifts, books, foods, t-shirts.


109 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-2055
Screen printing and embroidery, souvenir t-shirts, gifts.

Blacksmith Coffee & Roastry                                                                                         
122 N. Main St.

Ph: (620) 712-4118
Artisan forged coffee and coffee supplies. 
A complete line of women's fashions.
129 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 212-1801
Fair trade store. Excellent products through a fair, sustainable business mode.

103 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-2202
Flowers, balloons, cards, gifts, jewelry and toys.

The Good Merchant                                                                                                

131 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 212-6134
Home decor and eclectic gifts including gourmet food and baby gift section. Jewelry, handbags, scarves. Something for everyone!



201 N. Main St.
Ph:(800) 779-3344 (785) 227-2053
Dala Horse factory, etched glass, Scandinavian gifts, books, t-shirts, and food. Folk art by local artist Shirley Malm, as well as books by local authors. Winner in 8 Wonders of Kansas Commerce.

Lindsborg Greenhouse and Nursery                                                                           
523 S. Third St.

Ph: (785) 227-8797
A complete garden center in Lindsborg, Kansas.  They carry houseplants, orchids, blooming plants, gifts, pottery, annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs and so much more.


Sister Bojangles                                                                                                                

111 N Main St.

Ph: (785) 452-1257

Western flare! Clothing, handbags, jewelry.


Small World Gallery                                                                                                      
127 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-4442

National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson and IBIS Woman jewelry by Kathy Richardson. Assortment of cards, scarves and various items.


135 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 212-1492
Featuring many of the same toys that are found in toy stores in Scandinavia. They specialize in quality toys, and are especially dedicated to wooden toys from Scandinavia and Germany. Their Americana toys include tin robots and wonderfully cuddly stuffed animals.


Trendy Tomte                                                                                                      

119 N. Main St.

Ph: (785) 212-1652

Women's clothing and accessories.

White Peacock                                                                                                                

124 S. Main St.
Ph: (785) 212-6108
Gourmet fair trade coffees, teas, pastries and chocolate. Used book selection.





Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery   

401 N. First St.
Ph: (785) 227-2220
The Birger Sandzén continues it's namesakes promotion of the arts. The Gallery presents exhibits of work by local and regional as well as nationally recognized artists, music programs, receptions and docent tours for groups. Birger Sandzén is one of 8 Wonders of Kansas in Art because of his unique landscape paintings featuring bold brushwork and vibrant color and because of his lithographs, block prints, and drypoints.



201 N. Main St.

Ph: (800) 779-3344 (785) 227-2053

Winner in 8 Wonders of Kansas, the Hemslöjd is an "Adventure in Swedish Tradition." Browse the gift shop that overflows with traditional, unusual and practical Swedish gifts, crafts, housewares and more. Tour the workshop and visit with the folk-artist or craftsmen as they make Dala horse signs and other specialties.

Old Mill Museum                                           
120 Mill St.
Ph: (785) 227-3595
Finalist in 8 Wonders of Kansas History, the Old Mill houses Oscar Gunnerson's concrete sculptures and Anton Pearson's Scandinavian flat plain figure carvings. 
The museum preserves the early heritage of McPherson County. The museum collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets materials related to this heritage with special emphasis on the period from 1870 to 1910.


Small World Gallery                                                                                                      
127 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-4442
See through the eyes of world-traveled National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson at his Small World Gallery. In exhibits and in a huge greeting card selection of hi
s work, you'll witness his passion for photography that says more. Meet Jim, if he's not on assignment, and see creations by Kathy Richardson, a jewelry designer who works with unusual and vintage metals, glass and semi-precious stones.

The Red Barn Studio                                                                                               
212 S. Main St. 
Ph: (785) 227-2217 
The Red Barn Studio was the working studio for professional artist and craftsman Lester Raymer (1907 - 1991). The Red Barn Studio is filled with Raymer's art and handiwork, from paintings and printers to ceramics and metalwork, from wood carving to stitchery, furniture and jewelry. A finalist in 8 Wonders of Kansas Art.


The Höglund Dugout                                                                                                     
Arriving in the fall of 1868, Gustaf Höglund proceeded to dig a dugout to serve as some protection. The dugout served as the family home until 1874. The Smoky Valley Historical Association maintains the Höglund Dugout, now a historical site marking an example of an early Scandinavian home. Directions: Starting at the base of Coronado Heights, travel south 2.1 miles on 12th Avenue. Look for an opening in the treeline on the east side of the road. The parking area is surrounded by an iron railing fence. Find the Dugout on foot by following the mowed path to the east.


Coronado Heights                                                                                                         
Coronado Heights is the southern-most bluff in a series of seven, known as the Smoky Hills. The hill is located northwest of Lindsborg. It is believed that Francisco Vasquez de Coronado and his men viewed the prairie from this lookout point 300 feet above the valley floor. Chain mail from Spanish armor was found in the area by Bethany college professor J.A. Udden in 1915. Others have found Spanish coins, a bridle, and lead bars in the valley. 
At the intersection of Main and Lincoln downtown Lindsborg head west on Lincoln.  Turn north or right onto Coronado Ave / 13th Ave and go 2 miles.  Turn west or left onto Coronado Heights Rd and drive 1 mile to the opening to Coronado Heights.  Follow the road to the top.  








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