Salina, Utah: Former Milkshake Slave ManA statue that used to be a man in chains holding a cup aloft; now it's a Native American with a knife.
- S. State St., Salina, UT
- Just north of I-70 exit 56, on S. State St., near the Safari Motel and Subway.
Visitor Tips and News About Former Milkshake Slave Man
There's a big red ant hill right next to the Former Milkshake Slave Man statue, so wear closed-toe shoes if you want a photo.[Mrs. G, 08/07/2010]
Classic! Just watch out for the red ants under the statue...[Rod, 07/19/2010]
I sent you a picture of this statue when he was the "Milkshake Slave Man," holding what we always joked was a milkshake. In 2004, much to our dismay, we discovered that he had been changed into a Native American and the milkshake was replaced with an axe.[Keri Voigt, 11/21/2005]
I know nothing about this attraction except that I visit it every year on my way to California from Colorado. It is a large statue of some sort of slave man (he is wrapped in chains) and he is holding what my family decided looks like a milkshake. You can find him just off of I-70 (Take the Salina exit...not sure what street it is.) He is standing outside near the Safari Motel.[Keri Voigt, 01/11/2003]