The Only-In-Kentucky Museum That Needs To Be On Your Bucket (Of Fried Chicken) List

Here in Kentucky, we know our fried chicken. Not to brag, but we’re kind of world-famous for it. And in the Bluegrass, the Sanders Cafe is a place that belongs on every Kentuckian’s bucket (of fried chicken) list — not simply because it’s the amazing restaurant that birthed a culinary legend, but also because it has its own museum that’s devoted to all things fried chicken!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Indulge in all things fried chicken at this only-in-Kentucky museum. Who knows – you might even discover the answer to the age-old question of What came first? The chicken or the egg?

For more information about the Sanders Cafe & Museum, visit the official website. And don’t forget to complete your Kentucky tour-de-fried-chicken with a visit to the Claudia Sanders (wife of the acclaimed Colonel) Dinner House.

Address: Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum, 688 US-25W, Corbin, KY 40701, USA