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We were headed to the Topaz Museum in Delta and stumbled across the Great Basin Museum which just happens to be next door. So, of course, we stopped in.

They had some awesome glow in the dark rocks, a train set, and some awesome old stuff. 

We only have about 10 minutes to look around, so we didn't get to experience the full museum, but this place is definitely worth the visit if you are passing through town.

They also handed out free obsidian to the kids, which they were all thrilled about!

Right next door is the Topaz Museum, so don't forget to head there!

The Salt Project
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  • ADA Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Plan to spend 15 minutes-1 Hour
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