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Salt Palace Museum

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100 W Garland St, Grand Saline, TX 75140-1802
+1 903-962-5631
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Interesting stop

This is a really small museum of "all things salt." Very interesting construction with the salt... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Deb M
Midlothian, Texas
History of largest salt mine.

Small place but loaded with history of the largest working salt mine from its beginning with the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Grand Saline, Texas
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100 W Garland St, Grand Saline, TX 75140-1802
+1 903-962-5631
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a really small museum of "all things salt." Very interesting construction with the salt stones mortared together. Our 4 and 6 yr old were fascinated by the building and enjoyed getting their very own salt crystals, which were of course, immediately taste tested!...More

Thank Deb M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Small place but loaded with history of the largest working salt mine from its beginning with the American Indians to today.

Thank Retired0814
Reviewed March 26, 2017

Really interesting stop! The building is made of salt boulders mortared together! There is a huge underground deposit of salt, enough to supply the country for 20,000 years. Morton Salt has a mammoth processing facility close by. Very knowledgeable lady inside with loads of interesting...More

Thank Sonia719
Reviewed November 24, 2016

The small museum is made of a motor mixture to duplicate the original salt house built in 1936. The tiny building was melting away in 1993, and changes were made to include an overhang rood to help prevent the salt exterior from the weather. Be...More

Thank Gloria S
Reviewed August 26, 2016

The Salt Palace Museum in Grand Saline is an awesome stop filled with history. The museum is actually housed in a salt block structure, and is home to many artifacts and information on the area salt mining history. If you are travelling the area, it...More

Thank Enloe M
Reviewed August 23, 2016

The Salt Palace in Grand Saline is a small building made of large blocks of salt from the local salt dome and mine run by Morton's Salt. There is a small museum inside with exhibits discussing the salt dome and the mine which is a...More

Thank Darin J
Reviewed August 9, 2016 via mobile

Brought my daughters to see the salt mining history of Grand Saline. Moved several hours away but always glad to visit. Great and educational.

Thank Carla Z
Reviewed July 15, 2016

Great place to visit- small museum is made out of salt- tradition is for everyone to lick a spot on the outside walls-Museum has pictures and artifacts from the early days of salt-- There is a working salt factory still in the area but does...More

Thank barbiewalker72
Reviewed May 28, 2016

Hard to find on GPS. Quite a way out of the way. It is free and only a few exhibit items in a very small building made of Salt. Good movie and nice docent. Cannot tour the salt mines. Kids would be bored

Thank jephm
Reviewed April 18, 2016 via mobile

Took my six year old son and he loved it. He liked licking the salt wall. The woman that was working there was very informative about salt.

Thank Lookin_for
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What hours is this place open and is there an admission charge?
April 30, 2017|
Response from Sonia719 | Reviewed this property |
Monday through Saturday, 9-4. No fee.