This is secret....lots of history here including the McFeud...very sad but at the same time...you will say Wow or OMG at least ten times. First of all it is free....second....you will see things that will make your reflect on commercials and flashback to characters also it makes you think hard about the happy meal as well as how the franchise business is complicated. This is the first store, the original corporate in Oak Brook does not share about this history which is the real history. Ray Kroc had a dispute with the McDonalds Brothers and actually built a cooperate store across the street to drive them out of business as well as take way the Golden Arches Trademark. The Gentlemen that works here also provides history of the town, famous people and the Juan Pollo Chicken. The outside of the building has some excellent murals. If you are within a one hour drive I would recommend stopping by if you care about history, business or the birth of McDonalds. They also have lots of items donated by people. Here's a secret...there is a small military museum that is next door that is also free!
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