There are wacky museums … and then there are WACKY museums. It’s true what they say about there being something for everyone, so here’s just a sample of what’s out there…
If food is your passion, well, then you can’t miss out on the Jell-O Museum in upstate New York.
Chances are Bill Cosby won’t be making a personal appearance, but you can learn everything you wanted to know—and more—about the history of Jell-O, including early advertisements, and promotional products from over the years.
How about the Tabasco Museum? No, I’m not kidding.
A tiny museum and factory on Avery Island, outside of New Orleans, teaches you everything there is to know about how the spicy sauce is produced.
And the County Store is packed with Tabasco-related items, including Tabasco-flavored ice cream!
For those who think of Gatlinburg, Tennessee as a tourist trap in the Smoky Mountains, check this out–there’s a Salt & Pepper Museum with about 22,000 shakers from around the world.
And let’s not forget about everyone’s favorite American icon: the Pez dispenser. Of course there’s a museum for that!
Located in Burlingame, California, near San Francisco, this museum is the only place in the world to view every Pez dispenser ever made—more than 550 to be exact.
Some things you just have to see to believe.
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