Wednesday, May 14, 2008

McDonald's Museum San Bernardino

The location of the first McDonalds, right on Route 66, was instrumental in the success of this new concept in food service. People driving cross country were happy to find quick and cheap meals. The outside of the McDonalds museum is decorated with many pieces of nostalgic Route 66 signs. inside you will find McDonalds memorabilia of every size, shape and form. The museum is has been restored by Albert Okura, who also owns the Juan Pollo restaurant chain. Admission to the museum is free and it is open 10am to 5 pm daily. McDonald's Museum 1398 N E Street San Bernardino, CA 92405