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Idaho: Potato Museum

BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, JUNE 28, 2017: Giant Baked Potato at the Idaho Potato Museum. The museum showcasing the history of the potato is housed in the historic Oregon Short Line Railroad Depot.
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At the Idaho Potato Museum, you can learn more than you ever cared to know about spuds.

Signs featuring King Spud beckon you to the Idaho Potato Museum in Blackfoot to learn about all things taters, including their agriculture, history and economics.

Visitors can take selfies in front of the world's largest Styrofoam potato, then look at a potato-sack tuxedo and other burlap clothing as they discover all they ever cared to know about "Idaho gold."

In the gift shop, you can purchase potato-based concessions, including potato fudge. Admission ranges from $1 to $3.