"Jello Museum" Le Roy Things to Do Tip by davecallahan
Le Roy Things to Do: 1 reviews and 2 photos
Over the years, I'll bet everyone in the world has heard of or tasted Jello... that colored flavored gelatin jiggly wiggly concoction.
And now you can see where it was invented and manufactured and get some of the product's history from people who have retired from the Jello plant and volunteer at the Jello Museum.
The place is really really really small. The back end of one of the old mansions on the main street just east of downtown LeRoy, NY; right next to the Little League field. Be careful when you drive in to park because the driveway slants up at a sharp angle and low-draft cars WILL scrape bottom.
Inside the building is a small gift shop, a little area where the attendant gives a spiel and a free box of Jello and then leads into the two rooms of Jello memorabilia.
Shopping, listening and looking take about 40 minutes at most.
The day we went, the attendant was not busy at all and let us in for free after we had purchased about $15 worth of souveniers. I think the normal cost for a visit is about $5.
Address: 23 East Main St.
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