The Bicentennial Center, featuring a 7,645 seat arena, an exhibition area and meeting rooms, qualifies as one of the most versatile public assembly facilities in the Midwest. This entertainment / convention complex serves a thriving 23 county trade area of 350,000
The Smoky Hill Museum is a nationally accredited history museum, in the heart of downtown Salina, Kansas. This FREE museum tells the history of the Smoky Hills in a dynamic and inviting way, interweaving it with experiences, tales, graphics, and artifacts.
Central Kansas Flywheels, Inc., operator of the Museum, is a non-profit organization to collect, restore and exhibit antiques that pertain to our American heritage and provide mutual enjoyment to members and visitors. Look for: 1880's Print Shop; 1869 Swedish Bible; 500
Founded in 1960, this private, not-for-profit organization of volunteers produces and sponsors plays for adults and children. Five major productions are presented each season in the 300-seat facility, featuring local talent and sometimes guest artists.
Between historical Oakdale Gardens and the Sunset flower beds, the City of Salina plants over 50,000 annual flowers. This magnificent display of color throughout the summer and fall is a Salina tradition that countless citizens have enjoyed for over 60 years.