This is the first KFC that ever was. And it still is a functional KFC that make and take orders. The museum part was bit underwhelming as it appears to be a sideshow to the eating restaurant. It does have a nice tidbit of history of KFC and life and time of Harlen Sanders who received the honorary titled of "Colonel" from the State of Kentucky.
I did ordered food here but overall, it only for a real KFC fan to visit and I am not really one of those. I did went to see it because I stopped by in Murray, Utah where the first KFC franchise was built so I thought I should complete the circle. I think the management of this KFC is more interested in food service then museum service.
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