The Spam Museum is a museum dedicated to Hormel’s famous canned Spam products. It’s located in Austin, Minnesota, about 100 miles south of Minneapolis. It is completely free to visit!
Minnesota is home to some truly unique museums. The tiny town of Wykoff is home to Ed’s Museum, an attraction devoted entirely to one man’s quirky collection. Up north, you’ll find the Greyhound Bus Museum in Hibbing, the birthplace of the famous company. In St. Paul, the Twin City Model Railroad Museum is a delightful glimpse into a fun hobby, and the Mill City Museum is a fun foray into the milling history of Minneapolis. And in the southern Minnesota town of Austin, the Spam Museum stands out as a go-to spot for those who would like to explore an interesting aspect of Minnesota history. This place is full of interesting exhibits, fun activities, and the history of a classic, made-in-Minnesota product. Read on below to learn more about what you’ll find at this place.
Have you ever visited the SPAM Museum? What did you think? For more information about the museum, including attractions, hours, and more, visit the official website.
Address: 101 3rd Ave NE, Austin, MN 55912, USA
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