Easton, Pennsylvania: Easton Museum of PEZ - GoneOver 1,500 dispensers in theme exhibits.
- Easton Museum of Pez Dispensers. Was two blocks south and one block west of the downtown traffic circle.
Visitor Tips and News About Easton Museum of PEZ - Gone
I am originally from Easton and on a recent trip home I was in Easton's Town Square with my family. While waiting for the Crayola Factory to open, we came across the PEZ Museum. The man working in the store and museum was very nice and quite knowledgeable about the PEZ dispensers. They have some very cool one-of-a-kind dispensers in the museum. He took out a Taz (the Tazmanian Devil) from a case to show us. It was made by an artist and was so cool! This Taz had horns, a gold tooth and a cigar.
While in Easton, take a walk around the circle, visit the Crayola Factory with the kids, take a tour of the PEZ Museum and then have some Italian Ice at the Purple Cow.[Robin, 08/23/2006]
The PEZ Museum closed at the end of 2008. It was replaced by - we kid you not - a School of Rock franchise.
Hoping to capitalize on the success of the Crayola Factory, the Easton Museum of PEZ opened up nearby in the center of Easton, PA in July 2003. The museum displays over 1,500 PEZ dispensers in creative theme exhibits. The museum is not affiliated with the PEZ Candy Co. based in Connecticut.
There are other PEZ museums in Myrtle Beach, SC, and Burlingame, CA.[Roadsideamerica.com Team, 09/16/2003]