Actually this is about a museum devoted to the collection of salt and pepper shakers. This collection is the largest one in the world. Best part is that it's close enough to go visit...if you are headed to Tennessee.
Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum
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The next time you travel through Gatlinburg, Tennessee, make sure to stop by the Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum to see the world’s largest collection of . . . well, salt and pepper shakers. The museum boasts a collection of 20,000 pairs of shakers collected over 25 years by the owners and curators of this quaint, peculiar museum.
You can also see around 1,500 pepper mills and learn the full history of salt and pepper shakers while viewing examples that date as far back as the 16th century. Entry into the museum will cost you $3 as of late 2016. But don’t worry if you think you have seen everything—there is another Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum across the pond in Guadalest, Spain, with a collection almost as large and equally diverse.
My Mom's Granny had a collection of salt and pepper shakers, but it was no where near this big. That's a lot of shakers, for sure!
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