I'll just assume that everyone has been to McDonald's at least once in their life time.
This fast food giant is everywhere,
Started out from America and gradually ventured to every single continents,
It's on TV commercials, printed advertisements, radio stations, internet and more,
Now there are at least 30,000 McDonald's in the world,
But this one located in Downey, California is different,
It's old, very old; in fact, it's the oldest operating McDonald's on earth!
The mascot is different from the familiar clown,
Back then, it was more like a "bun boy!"-
But it was saying something like served over 500 million hamburgers!
The golden arch-
The golden arch sign was different back then too,
It got a line across the golden arch-
I read it somewhere that the arch shape was originally designed for supporting the building.
The menu is about the same with several original items,
You can't find new stuff like McFlurry or McCafe here.
I also had filet-o-fish, chicken nuggets and other stuff,
But you all know how these food looks like right? No need to post more food pictures here.
Small museum entrance-
This door was used for the first McDonald's University.
Inside the small museum-
Started out with a big sign telling the history of this place.
McDonald's used to make many milkshakes all at once with this machine.
This is what I called the "bun boy" mascot-
Very first guy dressed up at the clown (still looks kinda creepy to me)-
One of the wall displays-
I like this clown mascot, looks chubbier-
Swing by if you every happen to be around the area,
Just fun to see the oldest McDonald's still operates here with little changes.
By the way, there's a new McDonald's just about 2 blocks away,
Guess people still need their fix for McCafe and McFlurry stuff huh?
Cindy's rating: 7 (what a historical site)
10207 Lakewood Blvd
Downey, CA 90240
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