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.Explore the Bundy Baking Museum
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.
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.View Photo Gallery
A vintage metal Hostess sign is a highlight on the first floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
A vintage Gold Medal Bread Truck is a highlight on the first floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
A vintage Old Home neon sign from a real Old Home bakery is a highlight on the first floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
The second level of the museum is home to three horse-drawn delivery vehicles, including a sleigh used in Michigan. This level also includes Continental Baking Company’s Wonder Bread Magician – a working display from the 1939 World’s Fair.View Photo Gallery
This vintage Awrey's Windmill is a highlight on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
One of several parade vehicles on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum, this Kroger truck was used by bakeries to promote their brand to local consumers.
This vintage bread slicer is a highlight on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
This vintage Amovrso Panetti Wagon is a highlight on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
Little Miss Sunbeam can be found in numerous places throughout the museum.
This vintage bicycle was once used for making home bread deliveries and is a highlight on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
This display features Mrs. Baird's first gas-fired oven, delivery wagon, and a 1950's neon sign from atop a bakery in San Antonio, Texas.
This horse-drawn Nickles Bakery Wagon is a highlight on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
The second floor features a reconstructed 1926 soda shop, complete with working coolers, a jukebox, and large amounts of Coca-Cola memorabilia.
This vintage wooden dough trough is a highlight on the second floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
The third level of the museum houses the official Baking Hall of Fame (moved from Manhattan, Kansas in 2020), as well as various baking industry literature, advertisements, and artifacts.View Photo Gallery
The Bundy Baking Museum is home to the official American Society of Baking's Baking Hall of Fame.
Russ Bundy was part of the first class of inductees to the Baking Hall of Fame.
This handmade wax bread wrapper piece of art was a gift to Russ Bundy for his collection.
This piece of antique bakery equipment, along with many other similar pieces, are highlights on the third floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
These vintage Bond Bread signs are highlights on the third floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
This copper bowl was once used for making candy.
These Howard Johnson neon cutout signs are a highlight on the third floor of the Bundy Baking Museum.
Originally used as the showroom area for RTB equipment, this area now contains some of the largest pieces of our neon sign collection. It also includes a large meeting area that can be used by customers and employees.View Photo Gallery
These large Hostess and McDonalds neon signs are highlights in the showroom area of Bundy Baking Solutions headquarters in Urbana, Ohio.
Numerous Wonder Bread pieces, including this large sign that used to sit atop a Wonder Bread bakery, can be found in this display.
This large Butter Krust neon sign is housed in what used to be the showroom area for RTB pre-owned equipment, but now serves as an area for large group meetings, luncheons, and other events.
This large Holsum Sunbeam Bread neon sign is a highlight in the showroom area of Bundy Baking Solutions headquarters in Urbana, Ohio.
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.View Photo Gallery
This large wall near the manufacturing area features some of Bundy Baking Solutions' largest customers throughout the years.
Large neon and illuminated signs are featured throughout the manufacturing areas of Bundy Baking Solutions' headquarters.
Large signs and even a vintage Spaulding billboard can be seen throughout the manufacturing areas of the Bundy Baking Solutions' headquarters.