This Ride Through An Old Salt Mine In Kansas Will Take You Back In Time

If you are a native to Kansas (or ever took an elementary school field trip), you are probably familiar with Hutchinson’s Strataca: Kansas Underground Salt Museum. While you know the general concept of the mine and museum, did you know that you can actually take a tour of the historic, yet still-working mine? Did you also know that:

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Now that you understand more about the significance of Strataca and the Hutchinson Salt Company, let’s talk more about the fact that you can actually descend 650 feet underground to explore this dark and mysterious world.

For even more information about the museum, check out these 11 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Strataca In Kansas.