We stumbled on this while taking the exit to get gas. It was neat to see where it started and to see all the old memorabilia.
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Any of you tourists who want to know what the real Colonel Sanders was really like ask a few locals. A neat little museum food is good etc. Not to far from I75 maybe 5-10 minutes.
We were going to be staying in the Corbin, KY area and so we decided to swing by and "see the Colonel" for lunch. While the food is typical to what one would find at any modern KFC, it is worth the stop to see...More
Nostalgic setting takes you back to youthful times. Moist, fried chicken with "fixins" of coleslaw, mashed potatoes and green beans really was "finger lickin good"!
Our family was on vacation in Kentucky and we wanted authentic food. We drove past a sign in Corbin that said the birthplace of KFC. We thought it was a little dorky but went anyways. It was a normal KFC but had some museum type...More
Don't expect a huge museum because this KFC is the museum!You can get your bucket of chicken or dinner, just like every other KFC and sit in the dining room surrounded by the Colonel's original kitchen and a replica of his original motel room. Very...More
As always KFC is finger lickin' good. This being the first and the original cafe of Harland Sanders. The museum had an original kitchen setting for viewing and looking back to the time when Col. Sanders worked here. There were other memorabilia as well. A...More