Big Mac Museum - Irwin, PA
Updated: Nov 2, 2021
Big Mac Museum North Huntingdon on Route 30 in Irwin, PA pays tribute to McDonald’s Big Mac sandwich. However, the Big Mac was first sold 40 miles away in Uniontown.
The Big Mac was created by Jim Deligatti and was first served in 1967. A year later the sandwich became part of the nationwide menu and onto worldwide fame.
In 2007 the Irwin location was remodeled and became the Big Mac Museum. It displays historic memorabilia and collectibles. It has a jungle-themed play area which features a giant fiberglass Big Mac.
The museum is a normal McDonald’s restaurant.
Of course we had to share a Big Mac.
Located at: 9061 Lincoln Hwy, Irwin, PA 15642