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The Waffle House Museum

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sugerkat wrote a review Oct 2019
Atlanta, Georgia79 contributions28 helpful votes
Tons of memorabilia for a place we all love. Very small but packed with items. There are even remnants from Hurrican Katrina and a WH that was hit in Biloxi. And, it's free!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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terrid92018 wrote a review Sep 2018
Decatur, Georgia25 contributions7 helpful votes
This museum only opens a few times per year. It's very tiny but fairly interesting. Usually when they are open they serve free waffles so it gets pretty crowded. You can also get a cute little Waffle House hat.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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SidB_atl wrote a review Sep 2018
Atlanta, Georgia85 contributions62 helpful votes
4 parts -- all FREE 1. the original ( 1st) waffle house , redone as it was built 2. The Museum -- history and artifacts, fascinating for a WH fan, lots of pictures etc. 3. while we were there today they had the Waffle House food truck giving away free waffles and Hash Browns. can sit at restaurant or museum to eat 4. some free things like buttons, t-shirts, hats I think it is only open one saturday every few months ( noon-3pm) . they said next is making holiday waffles in december. Today was 10th anniversary Family had lots of fun , spent about 45 minutes here. If you are a Waffle House fan, then it will be meaningful & fun to you.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Sherry E wrote a review Jun 2018
Metairie, Louisiana16 contributions8 helpful votes
The Waffle House museum was an extremely interesting stop on our vacation. The original store has been remodeled to look like it did when it first opened. The tour guides where very knowledgeable about everything Waffle House. Be sure to call for an appointment as they are not always open.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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A6990AArobertj wrote a review Mar 2018
Decatur, United States6 contributions1 helpful vote
This is an historic little building with original fixtures to view quickly, IF passing through the area. It shows how some big things have has surprisingly modest origins. Though living nearby, we have never been able to catch it open - apparently used for some training experiences. Most of the time the window blinds are open, but sometimes they are closed. Waffle House #1000 is just to the East on the opposite (North) side of the street for a size comparison.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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