Bundy Baking Museum

The Bundy Baking Museum hosts vintage and modern signage, vehicles, advertising, and even turn-of-the-century baking equipment. Experiencing the museum is a journey through time and tradition.


Russell T. Bundy

The Bundy Baking Museum is a result of Russell T. Bundy’s 40-plus year passion to collect and preserve the rich history of the baking industry. This private collection is open exclusively to industry professionals, who are invited to contact us to schedule a guided tour or to utilize our facilities for offsite meetings.

Russell T. Bundy standing at the Bundy Baking Museum

First Floor

The first level of the museum showcases an 8-foot-tall Old Home Bakery sign and four vintage delivery trucks, as well as hundreds of advertisements, signs, and containers.

First floor of Bundy Baking Museum

Second Floor

The second level of the museum is home to three horse-drawn delivery vehicles, including a sleigh that was used in Michigan. This level also includes Continental Baking Company’s Wonder Bread Magician, which is a working display from the 1939 World’s Fair.

First floor of Bundy Baking Museum

Third Floor

The third level of the museum includes a wall that pays homage to the founders of the baking industry. These individuals started some of the most successful baking companies in the United States. Also located on the third floor are exact replicas of all Baking Hall of Fame inductee plaques, with the originals housed at the American Institute of Baking in Manhattan, Kansas.

Second floor of Bundy Baking Museum


Originally used as the showroom area for RTB, this area now contains some of our large neon sign collection. It also includes a large meeting area used by employees and serves as an offsite meeting space for customers.

Neon signs for Bunny Bread and Sunbeam in the Bundy Baking Museum showroom

Other Areas

This enormous collection doesn’t stop inside the walls of the museum and showroom. Vintage signage and unique pieces can be found throughout Bundy Baking Solutions’ headquarters, including the manufacturing area, employee offices, and outdoors.