The Bohemian Hall stands three miles west of the Pike Monument in the post-rock country. This was the center of the early Czech community.

Joe Kosar built the first hall in 1905, and lived in a lean-to on the back. Since 1909 the hall has served as Lodge Kansasky Vysehrad #203. The community built a new hall in 1936-37 from the Delphos Opera House lumber.

For many years this was a popular place for Friday night dances. Interest waned after World War II. The hall is still used for social activities for Czech Lodge members. Three miles south and one-half mile east of Bohemian Hall lies the cemetery of the Czech community. It has interesting grave stones.