There are two salt and pepper shaker museums in the world. The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum in Gatlinburg, Tennessee and the Museo de Saleros y Pimentos in Castell de Guadalest, Spain (by the way, here’s a great review of the Spanish museum).
Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum Tour
Here’s a great video by The Carpetbagger that highlights a lot of the great shakers on display including pigs, cows, the biggest and smallest shakers, US regional shakers, branded shakers, appliances, vegetables, tombstones, monuments, bagels, international salt and pepper shakers and many more.
Learn more here: Salt and Pepper Museum
Unfortunately, the owners lost their house to the recent Gatlinburg fire. To contribute or learn more about the rebuilding of their house, click here.
Resources for Salt and Pepper Shaker Collectors
If you’re interested in collecting salt and pepper shakers, see our other resources here:
- 11 Essential Resources for Salt and Pepper Shaker Collectors
- 16 Places to Buy and Sell Vintage Salt and Pepper Shakers (or other vintage items)
- 26 Salt and Pepper Shaker Price Guides