The Kansas Underground Salt Museum explores the story of salt in a subterranean environment as few have seen before. Voted as one of The 8 Wonders of Kansas it is the only museum of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. Visitors descend 650
Since 1931, this theatre has been a fixture in downtown Hutchinson. The Fox made a comeback in 1999 following an extensive restoration and is now a center for art, entertainment and education.
Designated the "State Movie Palace of Kansas"
After seeing the fairways gracefully flowing through the sand dunes, it is obvious why some have refered to this masterpiece as the course Mother Nature built.
The scenic 18-hole champioinship golf course is rated one of the most difficult in Kansas.
The Reno County Museum features six rotating galleries that focus on the county's rich history and heritage from the early pioneers to present day.
A claim house, outhouse, windmill, 1902 switch engine and 1954 caboose are displayed on the museum grounds. Interactive children'
The Hutchinson Zoo features wild habitat exhibits with naturalistic settings. River otter, pronghorn, bison, coyote, ringtail, bobcat, reptiles, porcupine, golden eagles, and native birds are but a few of the animals. The Animals &