About Smoky Hill Museum
Whether your destination or just passing through, the Smoky Hill Museum in Salina, Kansas, has much to offer. The history of the Smoky Hills region comes alive with experiences, tales, photographs and artifacts. Captivating exhibits, engaging activities,fascinating stories, and much more make this a must see museum. The museum is free & open to the public.
The Smoky Hill Museum is a nationally accredited history museum located at 8th and Iron in downtown Salina, Kansas. Open every
afternoon except Mondays and major holidays. On Saturdays, the museum opens early and on the first Thursday of every month, it stays open until 7 pm.
Newly renovated galleries tell the story of the Crossroads of the Heartland. Here you can run your fingers through the thick fur of a buffalo, go into a full-sized sod dugout, or be the historian at the battle of Indian Rock. Special exhibits allow for the display of some of the museum’s 24,000 artifacts.
211 West Iron Ave
Hours of Operation: Tu-Fri 12p-5p; Sat 10a-5p; Sun 1p-5p
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