Auburn, Washington: Banana Museum (Closed)

Banana memorabilia displayed in an antiques store, part of the 4,000+ item collection of Ann Mitchell. Closed due to fire, Dec. 2017.

Bananas Antiques

Directions:
Bananas Antiques. Downtown. South side of E. Main St. just east of A St. SE.
Hours:
Dec. 2017: Closed due to fire.
Status:
Closed

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Washington Banana Museum

Due to a massive fire next door on Dec. 26, 2017, and the resultant water and structure damage to our building, the Washington Banana Museum is now closed indefinitely.

[Ann Lovell, 01/01/2018]

Banana items display.

Washington Banana Museum

Curator Ann Mitchell Lovell displays a rotating selection from her 4,000-item collection of banana artifacts at "Bananas Antiques" in downtown Auburn.

[David Kamada, 08/12/2012]

We hope she rotates her collection frequently. How long have those shrink-wrapped bananas been in that display case?


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