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From the outside, the museum is not particularly impressive. When you enter it and start walking around, it is actually quite large. It has much information about the history of the Idaho potato industry, equipment used to farm potatoes, and other information regarding potatoes. It...More
Here, several times back in 2010, to visit good friends. Short trip through the museum, but well worth it. Who knew Pringles has the record for the largest potato chip? And Marilyn Monroe modeled for advertisements?
My wife & I decided that enroute to Idaho Falls from Pocatello we really should stop in Blackfoot to see this museum. After all, Idaho leads all states in potato crop production. We found the museum to be quite educational and a bit fun. I...More
I didn't think we should have paid to get in we could have left the donation or something it was interesting to see how McDonald's fries were made on the little video. And there's little pillow potatoes talking down the stairs that was fun. Don't...More
This is a great, little museum for the potato enthusiast! The film was excellent, the displays were very educational. Parking is right next to the building. The small on-grounds café was so good, we kept ordering and eating! Fun, unusual gift shop, too!
This was a very descriptive tour of the potato farming industry. There were several display boards describing the development of the potato agri-business. Also a film of the potato harvest and processing. The best part was the perfectly baked potato bar-YUM!
Stopped here thinking this was a cheesy museum. Boy, was I suprised. This was a very well put together museum about the history of a potato and how they are planted and harvested. It was very interesting.
My husband and I stopped here and loved this little Museum. Great and informative information about the history of potatoes. The largest Pringle ever made is located in this museum along with a cafe for you to eat a locally grown Idaho potato.