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Antique StoresTwenty miles east of Manhattan, Paxico is located one mile north of I-70, off exits 333/335. Established in 1879, Paxico was named after an Indian medicine man called Pashqua. The railroad reached the community in 1887 and brought German immigrants interested in raising cattle in the beautiful Flint Hills.

Today, Paxico features a series of historic buildings refurbished to near original 19th-century condition. Visitors enjoy the selection of antiques in this quaint town. Paxico is also home to a pair of wineries:
Prairie Fire Winery
Wyldewood Cellars 

Paxico website