New York Has An Entire Museum Dedicated To Jell-O And It’s As Awesome As You’d Think

Jell-O is one of the most popular desserts in America and was once a mainstay in odd dinner recipes decades ago. There once was a time when few households were without it. The small town of Le Roy in New York was the birthplace of this famous confection and you can witness its whimsical history at the Jell-O Gallery Museum.

Admission to The Jell-O Gallery Museum is $5.50 for adults, $1.50 for children ages 6-11, and free for children 5 and under. There’s a fun gift shop with apparel, toys, and other collectibles to take home. The museum is only 30 minutes from Rochester and would make a perfect day trip. While you’re in the area, Turning Point Park is a glorious hike, and the Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden is a wonder for kids and adults alike.

Address: 23 E Main St, Le Roy, NY 14482, USA