Marion's Central ParkMarion City Library at Historic Santa Fe Depot

Restaurants:  Gambino's Pizza, Cindy's Cafe and La Hacienda Mexican Grill are located downtown.  The Wagon Wheel is located at the west end of Main Street. Subway is located on East Main Street, beside Carlson's Grocery. Pizza Hut  is on Highway 56 at Eisenhower Drive. 

The Copper Shed:  Just a short drive from Marion, this studio is a delight for all ages.  Carrying on the tradition started by Ern Hett, 1985 artist of the year, his family now keeps his memory and spirit alive as they continue to craft items as Ern did.

Trace of Copper:  Ern Hett's son and grandson are carring on the family tradition of crafting with copper at their own studio located on Highway 56, near the Pizza Hut.

Holy Family Catholic Church - Pilsen:  St. John Nepomucene Parish, this is one of the most unique churches on the prairie.  Completed in 1915, this church was built by the early Czechoslovakian settlers.  A true inspiration of ingenuity, hard work and faith, this sturcture is a testimony of the past heritage and promise of the future.  View the statue of Father Emil Kapaun, decorated Korean War Chaplain, and recent renovations.

Country Dreams Bed and Breakfast:  Nestled in the Flint Hills just 7 miles east and 3 miles north of Marion, this newer custom-built home provides beautiful scenery and relaxing atmosphere.  Experience the tranquility of the county with fishing, hunting, hiking and biking; or just sit back and relax.  For more information or to make reservations, call 800-570-0540.

Tours:  Tours of our community may be narrated by a guide, if desired.  Let us know your interests and we can make up an itinerary for you including history, arts, camping, fishing, hunting, or perhaps a touch of everything.  Is walking a problem?  We can make it minimal.  An all day tour, half day, or just a couple of hours; we are very flexible.  We also work with other Marion County communities to make your day more enjoyable.