The main exhibit hall is used by the Historical Society to display revolving exhibits. Topics include close-ups of events, people, and places of Finney County.
The temporary gallery features special exhibits that are changed at least twice a year. Unique exhibits concentrate on the history of the area. Changing exhibits address topics of local and national interest.
Popular displays have covered such topics as:
- World War II
- Cultural diversity
- Sports and the Dust Bowl
- German-Russians in Finney County
- The Fleagle Gange
- The Waldorf of the Prairies: The Windsor Hotel, 1887-1977
The Museum Exhibit Hall features three permanent exhibits:
- Spirit of the Plains - This exhibit portrays the history of the Southwest Kansas plains
- Take Stock in Finney County - The exhibit showcases the development of the cattle industry in the area, including the beef packing industry and irrigation
- C.J. "Buffalo" Jones: Last of the Plainsmen - The newest permanent exhibit chronicles the life of Garden City's most flamboyant founding father