First Peanut Museum in the U.S. in Waverly, Virginia

Route 460 cuts through the heart of Virginia peanut country and leads travelers to the town of Waverly, home of a groundbreaking institution devoted to the humble goober: the first peanut museum in the United States.

The peanut, also called a groundnut or pindar (a legume by any other name…), has been cultivated by humans for some 7,000 years, beginning in Central and South America. Jars of the delicacies have even been discovered in ancient Peruvian burial sites. But it took a wily

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