We welcome you to explore our 5,000 square feet of booth spaces that will host up to 50 vendors from around the Kansas City metro area. Captain Cook's offers a variety of antique and vintage pieces, as well as an assortment of local art and handcrafted goods.


A newly renovated area in the shop is home to Capt. Cook's Flea Market and the Little Shop on the Prairie's: Toys and More Store.

We encourage you to Buy Vintage, Save the Planet! While we are Crazy for Booty, we know Not All Treasure are Silver and Gold! We truly have something for everybody and every budget.


Thank you for shopping local and shopping family owned!


Welcome to Captain Cook's Treasure Chest!

We are a family owned antique store located in
Louisburg, Kansas - established 2020!

 News & Events at Captain Cook's  

Fishing for Finds at the Summer Open House

JULY 15, 16, 17 - 2022

Join us for our Summer Open House weekend with a scavenger hunt, complimentary snacks, and drinks.

Come see Pearl the Singing Mermaid on Saturday between 11:30 am - 2:30 pm!

2 Year Anniversary Event with Outdoor Flea Market

Saturday, AUGUST 20 - 2022

Outdoor Flea Market will be from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Other details T.B.A.!

Third Fridays in
the Countryside

Check out the South Bottoms during Third Fridays in the Countryside!

This celebration of local vendors and businesses is held on the third Friday of every month and gives visitors a chance to shop, eat and visit local Louisburg, KS businesses.

Learn more at thirdfridaysinthecountryside.com

Unbe-leaf-able Fall
Open House

SEPTEMBER 23, 24, & 25 - 2022

Join us for our Fall Open House weekend with door prizes, complimentary snacks, and drinks. More details T.B.A.!

Seas and Greetings Winter Open House

NOVEMBER 4, 5, & 6 - 2022

Join us for our Winter Open House weekend with door prizes, complimentary snacks, and drinks. More details T.B.A.!

Holy Ship! It’s Small Business Saturday!”

Saturday, NOVEMBER 26 - 2022

Details T.B.A.!



Freestanding Early Hopi Kachina Doll circa the 1930s.

This Native American doll carved from cottonwood is very lightweight, about 11 ounces. The figure is very colorful: pink, turquoise, green, brown, red, yellow, black, and white.

The doll has a bow in one hand and what appears to be a turquoise rattle in the other hand. There is a small, oval, metal plate attached to the wrist of the hand holding the bow.

The sash and headband are red felt with some reflective sequins attached. The horned figure also has feathers attached at head, some are a bit tattered. There has been a repair made at some point to the right elbow. Bottom of feet have the words "Supai" and "3rd Mesa."
Come find us!
903 N. Broadway St, Louisburg, KS 66053

We are currently accepting vendor applications for booth rental!