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“see the history of Salina for free!”
The Smoky Hill Museum is a Nationally Accredited, regional history museum in the heart of downtown Salina, Kansas, located at 8th and Iron in the Historic Lee District. Whether we are your destination or you are passing through, the Smoky Hill Museum has much to offer. Captivating galleries, engaging activities, fascinating stories, and much more make this a must see museum. Interwoven with experiences, tales, photographs, and artifacts, the history of the Smoky Hills region comes alive. The galleries are free & open to the public. If you would like a tour, please call ahead to make reservations. We are open every afternoon except Mondays and major holidays. On Saturdays, we open early and the first Thursday of every month we stay open until 7 pm. Although some visitors have been known to stay all afternoon, we suggest you plan on spending an hour of your time with us. Want to spend more time in Salina, there are numerous restaurants, shopping centers, and cultural activities to take part in.
Great museum right off the main downtown strip. It's free (request donations) which is always a plus. Lots of historical information with a replica of a cabin from the settlement days. I enjoyed... Read more
I love this museum. It is a small museum, but it does not like in quality. They have designed it to tell the story of Kansas. You begin by walking through the history of the Native American... Read more
Smoky Hill Museum
- Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Tue - Fri: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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