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Underground Kansas

What’s in hiding

Bats stop by caves to rest, even to mate, while movie stars never grow old — their best performances preserved for the ages, thanks to pristine conditions in underground vaults. Visit some of Underground Kansas’ least-accessible areas.

Look inside: Underground Vaults & Storage

Charlton Heston, Jennifer Aniston and Judge Wapner all share a room in the most unlikely of places: hundreds of feet below the surface of Hutchinson. The icons of screens big and small endure on master negatives kept in the climate-controlled comfort of Underground Vaults & Storage, tucked away inside a former salt mine.

Lee Spence: Preserve and protect

Lee Spence, president and chief executive officer of Underground Vaults & Storage in Hutchinson, illuminates one of his company's 15,000-square-foot storage vaults inside a former salt mine.

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AnnaUndercover 4 years, 4 months ago

I just found this. I am so going.

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Thinking_Out_Loud 5 years, 1 month ago

I recommend the Underground Salt Mine Museum. It's fun, it's interesting, and it's worth every penny of admission.

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mmiller 5 years, 1 month ago

This is so cool. I want to see this!!

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Richard Heckler 5 years, 1 month ago

A trip through the Salt Mine Museum is awesome. Yep there is a gift shop way beneath the surface in this museum. This place is used to store films and "important" documents forever. An excellent field trip.

We and another family made a two day venture of this field trip which included the Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in the Flint Hills.

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