A replica of an old filling station.
A school Crossing Guard
A Wurlitzer Jukebox
A Mechanical Pony
Remember Betty Boop?
A couple of Elvis costumes
(click on them for a better look)
A Howdy Doody puppet
And an autographed photo of the most famous Mouseketeer, Annette
They also have slot car races in the museum. I forgot to take a picture of that.
Then into the diner to sample coleslaw like your mom made
And have their special homemade Ham Dandy sandwich with sweet potato fries for $4.69
We enjoyed the trip down Memory Lane in the museum. The food in the diner was YUMMY. That special sauce really did make the HAM taste dandy. Though, there were a little too many fries... and not enough sandwich, on the plate... IMHO. I guess in the 50's sandwiches were smaller than they are today. Is that how you all remember it? I don't. But that wasn't my biggest complaint. If you're supposed to be Lost in the 50's. Why were they playing music from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's? We did not hear one fifties tune the whole time we were there. Shame on you folks. You missed a golden opportunity to bring the experience home for us.
P.S. I'm having trouble getting the photos to center on the page, so I'm leaving it as is.