Bush’s Beans has announced the grand reopening of its Bush’s Visitor Center Museum in Dandridge, Tennessee. Housed in the original Bush’s general store, the museum maintains the historical feel with new innovative, digital experiences.
At the new museum, guests can learn more about the company through:
- An interactive digital shelf set that features an array of Bush’s products, allowing visitors to interact with the display by clicking on a product of their choosing to learn more about the ingredients and recipes;
- A reimagined bean scale where visitors can stand on the scale and get their weight in beans alongside examples such as Duke’s weight in beans;
- A refreshed theatre experience featuring a virtual plant tour, highlighting the manufacturing process; and
- Additional interactive social experiences and rich company history.
The Bush’s Visitor Center Museum serves as an educational space for visitors. The Bush’s Visitor Center features free museum admission, a general store for shopping and the Bush’s Family Café, filled with Southern comfort food.
“I am proud to see my family’s legacy of spreading bean goodness portrayed in a fun and interactive way at the new Bush’s Visitor Center Museum,” said Drew Everett, chairman and fourth-generation member of the Bush family. “As a family-owned business, we are thrilled to be able to share our history and welcome our visitors to Chestnut Hill to experience bean goodness first-hand.”
To learn more about the Bush’s Visitor Center, visit bushbeans.com.