Atlanta unveils Lunch Box exhibit

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta has partnered with the Lunch Box Museum in Columbus, Georgia, to launch a new exhibit, the Lunch Box Time Capsule.

Launched in 1990, the Lunch Box Museum has welcomed thousands of visitors. More than 80 of its lunch boxes, dating from the 1920s to the 2000s, can now be seen at the airport. Part of the airport’s award-winning Art Program, the Lunch Box Time Capsule can be found at the boarding level in Concourse E (near Gate E14).

“Lunch boxes bring back great memories of childhood, and the hope is that this exhibit inspires passengers to reminisce and share their lunch-box stories with their children, family, friends, and even fellow passengers,” said Allen Woodall, founder and curator of the Lunch Box Museum.

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