Columbus, GA native, Allen Woodall, purchased his first lunch boxes from The Lakewood Fairgrounds in Atlanta in 1985; The Green Hornet and Dick Tracy started his collection. He found the lunch boxes to be one of the greatest forms of pop art, and it was the art that would keep Woodall on the hunt to accumulate more, and more boxes to add to his growing gallery.
There are over 5,000 pieces in The World Famous Lunch Box Museum, where people come from all over the world to take a walk down memory lane.
Experience 6 beautifully and colorfully displayed art and history collections!
The Lunchbox Museum
The Royal Crown Cola Museum
The Chero Cola Museum
The Nehi Drink Museum
The Tom Huston Peanuts Museum
The Georgia Radio Museum & Hall of Fame
And now, see our car collection as part of your visit! The collection includes a 2008 Tesla Roadster, a 1953 Airstream Bubble hitched to a 1955 Ford Thunderbird, and many more!
We love our visitors, so come see us soon!
3218 Hamilton Road, Columbus, Georgia 31904, United States
10:00 am – 06:00 pm
Open Monday thru Saturday -- 10 am to 6 pm!
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We’re sharing pop art and passionately preserving the early, industrial history of our town — Columbus, Georgia. Our Museums are not for profit and we are grateful for any donations!