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Jell-O Gallery Museum

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James C wrote a review Aug 2020
Brooklyn, New York1,043 contributions144 helpful votes
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Great small museum that really brings you back to childhood promotions and recipes. It’s great and a really cool place to see.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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traveler591 wrote a review Feb 2020
Columbus, OH142 contributions35 helpful votes
This was SUCH a FUN place to stop!! A friend and I stopped by here while on a road trip through NY. The museum docent gave a nice little speech at the beginning of our visit which was extremely informative. Then we wandered through and it brought back SO many memories -- to both my friend and I!! It was so fun to read all the displays and learn much more than we knew or realized as kids - particularly the origin of how Jell-O came to be! The Transportation Museum downstairs was also fascinating and a nice "perk" to the visit. They also had a nice little gift shop that was fun to look through. Parking was easy and they offer a AAA discount -- just FYI! (Every little bit helps!) While it's not a museum that you'll spend hours in, I'd highly recommend stopping in for a visit if in the area!!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Charles H wrote a review Jan 2020
York, Pennsylvania278 contributions87 helpful votes
My wife and I visited here since we like to go off the beaten path. This is about 5 miles off of exit 45 ? i think of the I 90 thru way. The tour guide gave us the fascinating story of Jell-O. Lots more to the story than you would think. They give a veterans discount and AAA discount. Normally $5.50 before discount. $5.00 after. Transportation museum was self directed and very good-mostly late 1800 sleds, carriages and a 1908 cadillac. Lots of other things manufactured in Le Roy on display. Quirky , but interesting place.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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David H wrote a review Jan 2020
Canandaigua, New York, United States14 contributions4 helpful votes
drove from Canandaigua to Leroy after checking opening time on their site only to find the Museum was closed.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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DrRGray wrote a review Sep 2019
Pearl, Mississippi116 contributions21 helpful votes
My wife and I and a first-cousin we had along stopped by the Jell-o Museum and had a delightful time! My wife and cousin were reminding each other of old stories about Jell-o as well as memories from their moms who used it. My wife is walking challenged, but this place has a way to get her up to the museum via an elevator of sorts. There was all kinds of Jell-o memorabilia as well as gifts, and our tour guide did an excellent job of sharing its story. It’s not in some big town, and the building has its limitations (an old school building we were told). But you’ll miss a lot of history should you not stop by.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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