Greensburg, Kansas: World's Largest Hand-Dug Well and Meteorite
Two unrelated attractions under one roof -- until the roof blew away in a 2007 tornado. But the big hole and the space rock survived.
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A mile-wide tornado destroyed the town of Greensburg, Kansas, on May 4, 2007. The latest report is that at least nine people died and 75% of the town was flattened....
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World's Largest Hand Dug Well
World's largest hand dug well and meteorite museum in Greenburg, KS is worthy of a coffee cup trinket momento.
[Kent MacCarter, 01/03/1997]
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World's Largest Hand-Dug Well and Meteorite
Big Well Museum and Visitors Center
Address: 315 S. Sycamore St., Greensburg, KS Directions:
Big Well Museum and Visitors Center. On the west side of S. Sycamore St., between W. Iowa and W. Wisconsin Aves. Next to the water tower.
M-Sa 9 am - 5 pm, Su 1-5pm. (Call to verify)
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