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Kansas Underground Salt Museum

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

Hutchinson, KS Museums

Fun Valley Sports Complex

Nicknamed "America's tournament headquarters," Fun Valley has been named Softball Complex of the Year by both U.S. Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) and Softball Owners and Directors of America and hosts more national events than any other baseball/

Hutchinson, KS Sports

Reno County Museum

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'

Hutchinson, KS Museums

The Flag Theatre

Winner of a Governor's Award of Excellence, The Flag is home to the Family/Children's Theatre, Kansas' only festival stage complex - a dynamic, flexible and acoustically superior space, seating 315. The Family/Children'

Hutchinson, KS Theatres

The Highlands Golf & Country Club

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.

Hutchinson, KS Golf Courses

Things to do near Hutchinson, KS

Pretty Prairie Civic Theater

Built in 1936, the theatre has its original wooden seats and original advertising canvas. A Spring and fall film series is sh...

The Carriage House

The Carriage House, built in the early 1800s was the first brick home built in Oxford. John J. Hahn was the first of several...

Axtell Hospital

Axtell hospital was founded in 1887 by Dr. John T. Axtell and his wife, Lucena. The original wood frame hospital was graduall...