Travel News August 13, 2018
Chicago Is Getting Its Very Own Pizza Museum And It Looks As Delicious As It Sounds
Back in May, we wrote about how New York was soon to be opening its own Pizza Museum, filled with interactive gallery spaces and even areas for pizza meditation. Now, the great pizza debate continues as Chicago opens up its very own pizza museum this week in its South Loop neighborhood.
The Windy City has officially opened the U.S. Pizza Museum, located on South Delano Court. With current plans to stay open until at least October, Chicago’s pizza museum makes up 3,000 square feet that features all sorts of pizza memorabilia. Currently inside the museum, you can see everything from vintage pizza boxes to pizza-themed toys and other pieces of history that follow pizza-making in America. Open from Friday through Sunday, the museum is free to visit but requires you to reserve a space ahead of time.
With the opening of Chicago’s newest museum, New Yorkers took to the Internet to express their outrage - claiming the only pizza museum is all of New York City and no place else. So, will you be visiting New York’s museum to learn and taste all the delicious thin-crust pizza? Or will you head on over to Chicago to see the history of the city’s scrumptious deep-dish pies?
To learn more about the museum and to reserve your space ahead of time, click here.
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