Salina Turda, an abadoned salt mine in Turda, Romania, has been converted into a cavernous salt mining museum. Salina Turda dates back to the 17th century but has retained a lot of its original fixtures and mining equipment. Travelers to Eastern Europe might want to add a visit to the salt mine museum to their itinerary. Even if you’re not interested in the process of mining and transporting salt, the mine itself is a sight to see, especially with the new design renovations.
The mining museum also includes a bowling alley, a mini golf course, an amphitheater and a boat tour of the underground lake to accommodate for more modern recreation needs.