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Bush’s Beans Museum Re-Opens, Remodeled With All Things Beans

Will your next vacation be a trip to Bush’s Visitor Center in Chestnut Hill, Tennessee (about 750 miles from Lafayette, La.)? After months of renovations, the Bush’s Bean Museum is back open and billed as “a one-stop destination for all things bean.”

After closing at the end of January, the bean museum of the world-famous bush beans is now open again and is considered the most beautiful bean museum in the world.

If you and your family want to learn more about the history of Bush’s Beans, the 4.8 star museum is the place to be.

The attraction has added a new theatrical experience, products, recipes and more. And it’s all free! Be sure to visit the general store and coffee shop.

You saw Duke, Bush’s dog, in the TV commercial? Some days you can even find him roaming around.

What a fun place to visit! The gift shop has many good items at fantastic prices. Easily the cheapest tourist attraction I’ve ever seen. The staff were amazing and friendly from the minute you walk in the door. Don’t miss the restaurant next door. Not everything has beans in it. The food was great and very cheap for large portions. My wife and I ate here for less than $30 which is unheard of in a touristy location. Definitely make a stop if you’re in town and looking for something fun. -Beans and Waffles Google Review

Bush’s Bean Museum reopens

Bush’s Bean Museum is open Monday through Saturday. For groups of 30 or more, call (865) 509-3077.

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