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Great place

We saw this place on our way out of Gettysburg and decided to stop and are very glad that we did... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Flower22225
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
rainy day fun

It was raining when we arrived so we were only able to see some of the areas outside. once inside... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Lisa C
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Green Bay, Wisconsin
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You'll never forget Mister Ed's Elephant Museum, featuring more than 12,000 pachyderm figurines, circus souvenirs, political paraphernalia, toys and more. Be a kid in a candy store with more than 700 varieties of your favorites from yesteryear...more
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6019 Chambersburg Rd, Orrtanna, PA 17353-9683
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+1 717-352-3792
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We saw this place on our way out of Gettysburg and decided to stop and are very glad that we did. Huge candy store with unique selections, some old fashioned candy that we haven’t seen in a long time, homemade fudge, etc. we bought a...More

Thank Flower22225
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We stopped by Mr Ed’s Elephant museum and got some good laughs and enjoyed the large selection of candy in the store.

Thank brownkate
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We enjoy stopping here for our favorite candy and tour around the outside. Always discover something we missed in prior visits. Over 12,000 elephants on display

Thank Greg E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We saw Mister Eds advertised on billboards on the way to Gettysburg. We are so glad we decided to stop in! Unbelievable collection of elephant statues, and exhibits, a great candy emporium--most homemade--and a huge assortment of "penny candy." A teapot museum was fascinating! We...More

Thank Jane L
Reviewed 16 July 2018

Always saw it and decided to stop. Candy, candy and more candy! Some of the old fashioned candy. You can get carried away, buying it by the pound. I recommend everyone to stop and see for themselves. They also have som souviners to purchase.

Thank Robert S
Reviewed 10 July 2018

It was raining when we arrived so we were only able to see some of the areas outside. once inside there was a huge room of different types of candies and fudge. According to the website I thought it was filled with a bunch of...More

Thank Lisa C
Reviewed 9 July 2018

We visited this museum because our daughter loves elephants. It was a nice drive from the battlefields and a nice get-away from such a serious and emotional place. There is lots to look at! We walked through their yard and visited the Tea Pot Museum....More

Thank CanadianTexan99
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

This is kitchsy and fun! And the candy selection is amazing along with fudge and gourmet chocolates. We met Mr. Ed too. He is such a nice man and he kinda famous. He's an actor and his been in movies and TV shows and has...More

Thank bettyapple
Reviewed 5 July 2018

I have been driving past this attraction for many many years. Yesterday my husband and myself decided to go see what we might be missing. Let me say I smiled as soon as we entered the parking lot. Out of the side of the building...More

Thank sharo lll shue
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

En route to Gettysburg we passed Mister Ed's making a note to stop on the way home. What a hidden treasure and unique combination of ideas and imagination. I, as well as my friends, were impressed from the lovely decoated gardens outside to the wide...More

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