Hutchinson is in Reno County, 51 miles from Wichita, and sits on the Arkansas River. Its nickname is the “Salt City” because of the salt mines that were discovered in 1887 and they have a great underground salt museum.
There are lots of family fun in the city with the Hutchinson Zoo, Cosmosphere, Hedrick Exotic Animal and Dillon Nature Center. Downtown has many great restaurants from fast casual to fine dining while the Antique District supplies lots of specialty items and rare finds that keep local and visitors coming out.
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Here’s some cool information and fun facts about Hutchinson, Kansas.
In 1871, Clinton Hutchinson was hired by Santa Fe Railway to found a town where the railroad crossed the Arkansas River. He built the town up around a few nearby houses and constructed the first bank and water mill in the area.
It was first called “Temperance City” because of the alcohol prohibition and was incorporated in 1872. When salt was discovered in 1887, it quickly became a huge industry boom. The Kanas State Fair has been held in Hutchinson since 1873.
Prisoner of war camps were built in the area during WW II and prisoners were used as labor in the various industries. This city has grown over the years and today, the total population of this small American city is 40,383 people.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, The racial makeup is:
- 79.5% White
- 12.6% Hispanic
- 4.0% African American
- 1.0% Native American
- 0.7% Asian
The median household income is $46,661.
- Old salt mined areas are used for movie archival storage. Some of the rare footage is from Gone With The Wind, Star Wars, and The Wizard of Oz.
- In 1961 Hutchinson built the world’s longest grain elevator.
- The Prairie Dunes Country Club golf course in Hutchinson held the US Women’s Open in 2012.
- When Ben Blanchard was drilling for oil in 1887, he discovered salt deposits that would lead to the famed salt mines.
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