|The J.H. Fentress Antique Popcorn Museum houses one of the largest and most diverse collections of popcorn-related memorabilia in existence. It is a place to connect with the past and see firsthand some of the ingenuity of our ancestors. Currently, the Museum houses 18 Butter-Kist Popcorn machines and peanut roasters plus two Kist-Wich sandwich carts. Over 60 Butter-Kist advertisements and several machine manuals have been added to the collection. Also available for viewing are over 250 old popcorn boxes, 125 popcorn tins, 100 popcorn bags (both cellophane and burlap) and numerous other popcorn-related items.