We finally made it to the Spam Museum, the last attraction at the conclusion of our Westward Ho! vacation. We arrived at 12:18 and left at 1:30. The people at the desk greet you with a friendly “Hello” and are ready to answer any questions you might have about Hormel’s popular canned meat.
There were many visitors today, enjoying the many interactive exhibits. Here are some highlights I filmed there.
As you can see, Spam cans take a ride above you on a conveyor belt. Someone put a camera up there so you can see what they see 🙂
Spam™ has played an important part in American history, including feeding the troops during WWII as well as people in other countries. One of them is Hawai’i, our 49th state. Spam™ is still a part of many recipes there. An exhibit also pays homage to the famous Spam™ skit on Monty Python’s Flying Circus. One of my favorites!
A Hormel delivery wagon.
Spam™ for every meal! Get your recipe ideas here at this console.
Plenty of signage teaching visitors the history of Spam and Hormel.
Stop at the gift shop before leaving, we got a Spam™ slicer. And yes, you can buy Spam here too, many flavors. We got a couple of these too.
This museum was great fun to visit and even though we were only here just over an hour, we could have spent even more time here. Come if you can and enjoy Spam™!