1. Jarred S

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    This is a place I will never forget. Located just a bit above Wichita KS, this museum was one ..possibly… the coolest experience of my life. You ride down an elevator 650 feet underground. Many displays, cool hands on exhibits, and many photo opportunities. The best part..? The Staff!!! Very friendly, very knowledgeable, and very much seemed to enjoy their jobs and sharing information about the mine and it’s fascinating history. This is the best customer service I have ever received. Definitely buy the 3 in 1 pass which includes the dark ride and train ride for only cost a few dollars extra than the standard pass! This place is a must go!!

  2. Matthew Heidebrecht

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    Very cool. It helps make up for the lack interesting tourist sites in Kansas. It was really interesting being far underground in the area of Kansas I grew up in. It’s amazing that the tunnels there go on for miles and miles.

  3. Brad Benson

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    This is an awesome experience. I would highly recommend seeing this if you are in Hutchinson. Though plan on spending a minimum 4 hours , I was there 5 hours, if you do both train rides, and read the material. To be that far underground, and see all the salt, was a very educational and awe inspiring experience. I don’t think I could be a miner though, I like sunlight.

  4. Tim Jacobs

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    Great place. The whole family loved it. I do suggest to plan on spending at least 6 hours if you want to take time to see and read all the displays, and take both the rides. But, you can make it in a lot less time if that’s your way. They even have scooters and wheelchairs for anyone who needs, and they are free of charge (first come first serve). If you’re around Hutchinson, Ks it is a must see.

  5. Nikolas Stout

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    I went to the Underground Salt Museum when I was 11. It was really cool going down the elevator into the salt mine. The whole place is lit up, but if you didn’t have the lights, you’d never find your way back! You were able to chip some salt rocks out of a wall if you pleased and take it home (as long as it was reasonably sized). I couldn’t fully appreciate the props and costumes form the older movies on display there, (hey, I was only 11!) but looking back, it really was neat to see George Clooney’s Batsuit (Batnipples and all) and Dorothy’s ruby slippers.