Salina Area Attractions
Rolling Hills Zoo _ 625 N. Hedville Road
Salina , KS 67401 Robert Jenkins 785-827-9488 Member Since: 1996
at Rolling Hills Zoo
Your journey through the 64,000 square foot museum takes you around the world to experience the delicate symmetry between humans, animals and nature in seven unique regions from the arctic to the rainforest. As you enter the Museum at Rolling Hills, you begin to sense something special. It's just after sunrise, and even before you see the gathering pride of lions, you hear the birds and other sounds of the African plains.
Our state-of-the-art animatronic human robots narrate stories of how they weave the thread of their existence into the delicate balance of life. As you move through the varieties of foliage and landscaping, you'll see and hear the natural environments of each section of our world.
The Museum also features the Helen L. Graves Hideaway Hollow education center with hands-on interactive ways to explore and learn about the wonderful animals on our planet, and discover what surprises await you in our 2,000 square foot Earl Bane Gallery area. From art shows to robotic bugs, something new and exciting will always be on exhibit in this area. Click here to check what's currently showing!
Here you can get face-to-face with a rare white camel, an Indian rhino, a curious orangutan, an ornery aardvark or many of the other animals of the 100+ species of wildlife at home in our zoo. Great care has been taken to provide our animals spacious and naturalistic environments throughout 60 acres of beautifully landscaped park.
|Our Zoo Crew
As you stroll through the zoo, we hope you take the chance to visit with one of our zookeepers. This dedicated crew is a huge reason why visiting Rolling Hills Zoo is such a unique experience. They are specially trained to enhance the quality of life for our animals, which in turn helps the animals thrive and be extra responsive to zoo visitors. Our zookeepers know the animals well and are happy to relate their own insights to the many animal personalities here at Rolling Hills.
Welcome to the Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home. In person or on the web, visitors can explore the extraordinary life and legacy of the only 5-star General who became President of the United States.
The Eisenhower Presidential Library is home to a world-class research facility that caters to scholars and history enthusiasts from around the world. Located in Eisenhower's hometown of Abilene, Kansas, the vast holdings of the Library consist of approximately:
• 26 million pages of historical records and papers
• 335,000 photographs
• 768,000 feet of original motion picture film
• 70,000 artifacts
In addition, the Eisenhower Museum and Boyhood Home allow visitors to explore Ike's boyhood years growing up in America's heartland, his years as military leader, and his presidency.
Please use the links on the left for information on Ike, conducting research, and visiting in person.
The Eisenhower Presidential Library is one of 13 Presidential Libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. They preserve the documents and artifacts of our Presidents, providing insight into the times in which these Presidents lived and served the nation through archives, museums, and special programs.
Welcome to the Smoky Hill Museum
Each time you visit the Smoky Hill Museum, a new story inspires you. From animal paths to Indian trails to interstate highways, Salina is the Crossroads of the Heartland . The Smoky Hill Museum's galleries and educational displays put you at the heart of how Salina came to be, what it is becoming today, and how you play a part in that story.
Family and kid-friendly interactives, changing exhibits, and fun family activities are among the Museum's highlights - all free of charge. The Museum Store offers Kansas cards, wheat weaving, specialty-food items, toys and more.
Our Wonderful Sponsors
Special thanks go to our exhibit and case sponsors. The Museum is able to continue its strong exhibits and educational programming through their generosity. Interested in sponsoring an exhibit? Contact Kay Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org