Visit the world’s only Presidential Culinary Museum
Have you ever wanted to know what the first ladies’ china sets look like? You can see them all at the Presidential Culinary Museum. The building in the small town of Grover in which the museum is housed is known as The White House, which is fitting since the town is named after a president. Take a fully guided tour of the private and public collections of Chef Martin CJ Mongiello, a former executive chef to President Bill Clinton and the first family from 1993 to 1996. The tour traverses three floors of the Hambright family home and includes presidential memorabilia sent from the National Archives and several presidential foundations. You’ll also see culinary medals, fine china and recipe cards.
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