The World’s Largest Lunchbox Museum Is A Nostalgic Wonderland

So many formative experiences occurred in school cafeterias where the lunchbox was a symbol of your budding sense of identity. Those little tin boxes line the walls of one quaint little museum in the back of an antique mall in Georgia.

CoolHunting brings us inside the museum and chats with proprietor Allen Woodall who gives an enthusiastic tour of the world of lunch boxes. He’s got the last metal lunchbox from the ’80s as well as an electric lunchbox from the ’30s. But whether you were into Star Wars, Care Bears or the Bee Gees, you’re sure to spot something that will bring you back. [CoolHunting]