Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers (Review) – Here is an attraction in Gatlinburg you may or may not have heard of. This attraction show cases over 20,000 Salt and Pepper Shakers in a huge collection.
Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers (Review)
While my wife and I was in Gatlinburg, we noticed a building that said The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum. So we decided to go. It cost us $3 each for admission. If you bought something, you can use that price of admission, $3, toward a gift. Children under 12 are free. I figured I would feature the Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers for this weeks Travel Thursday.
The museum outside says they are the only Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum in the world, but the lady inside told us the woman who’s collection is in there, has one in Spain too with about the same amount of Salt Shakers and Pepper Shakers. So they may want to take that down or reword it to say, one of two.
I was very impressed with all the kinds of Salt Shakers and Pepper Shakers! All kinds of themes and decorative ones. I can see why this is a collection of someone.
At the end, be sure to pin your location on the map! They even show you past maps of where visitors came from too!
I highly recommend everyone to stop buy and at least see this museum once in your life. You will be amazed at all the kinds of Salt and Pepper Shakers there are. I am sure there are many more that is not in this collection. Seeing this one, I can only imagine how the one in Spain is too!
Even find some factoids about Salt and Pepper.
This museum was even featured on Food Network’s Unwrapped.
Which includes a virtual tour, but let me tell you, its better to see in person that that virtual tour!
I figured I would share one for you all. This collection in this picture is of Cat Salt Shakers and Cat Pepper Shakers.
Learn more at thesaltandpeppershakermuseum.com
This is my review of this museum. I paid the admission for both my wife and I. I am not getting anything from this review either.
My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.