The Yoga Underground

1021 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 1021 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara Directions
+18058998820
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My 6 year olds loved it. No I'm bored or I'm hungry on this adventure!
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Absolutely amazing experience!
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Just get going
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Plan to spend at least a couple hours down below, and it's best to make reservations. My family loved it and all the employees/volunteers were very knowledgeable and friendly.
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It was great. ..entertaining, informative & fun. Nice people who were helpful.
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It's looks like it would be small and tight spaces when waiting to get out of the elevator, but it is NOT!!! The guides handle people or children with fear of darkness and tight spaces very well. We had a wonderful time.
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Wear good, comfortable shoes, your feet may be tired by the end!
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From Our Editors

There's a lot of history within Strataca at the Kansas Underground Salt Museum—about 275 million years' worth. It was way back then when the once mighty Permian Sea dried up, and its receding waters revealed something that would forever change the Hutchinson area: salt. Salt as far as a terrified slug's eyes could see. The mineral covered some 27,000 square miles, and it waited there for eons, until Ben Blanchard—an oil man—accidentally discovered it in 1887. Then salt companies began mining the area, eventually clearing out enough room for a museum, 650 feet deep within the Earth's crust.

To reach that depth, visitors travel down a mine shaft on Strataca's double-decker transport. And that ride is only the first of many. Surrounded by walls of exposed salt, the Dark Ride sends guests on a tram through the mine's exhibits on air flow, hazards, and history. The Salt Mine Express then journeys to an area of the mine virtually unchanged from the way it was 50 years ago. Aside from these permanent attractions, the museum also hosts special events, including its Salt Safari, which sends groups wandering through miles of dark tunnel with only a lighted hard hat.

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