Built in 1904, the Bradford Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Kansas. The Bradford originally had 38 rooms, a lobby, dining area, and kitchen.
St Charles Schoolhouse is an old one-room schoolhouse that was moved to the Hollow Park. It houses the Chautauqua County Teacher's Hall of Fame.
The Hollow Park was salvaged from an old trash dump through the efforts of local volunteers. It is adjacent to the St Charles Schoolhouse.
Kurtis Arts Plaza is home to dance classes, the annual Yellow Brick Road Art Show, a lovely flower garden, and the Prairie Passage Statue by Will Wilson.
Red Buffalo Ranch gives visitors a piece of prairie, with tall grass land and beautiful skies. Hunting and lodging are available.
Wild turkeys and white-tail deer found abundantly in Chautauqua County. Fishermen love spending a day at Sedan City Lakes. Both lakes are located roughly 3 miles north of Sedan, on the East side of Highway 99. No special permit is required to fish; just be sure to have a valid Kansas fishing license.