If you have a chewing gum habit and ever wondered if there was a gum museum in existence, well, no need to continue keeping yourself up at night because there is one in Quartzsite, Arizona. Joanna’s Gum Museum is the personal gum collection of owner Joanne Brunett who has been collecting gum wrappers since the 1940s. Now that’s dedication! She also has gum from other countries and gladly accepts donations. There are over 100 wooden exhibit cases (personally made by Joanne’s husband) that contain 4,000 gum-related items displayed in chronological order in the bubblegum pink-colored shed behind her home. Therefore, the museum is by appointment only, but it’s FREE and Joanne is more than happy to show off her collection to visitors. So stop your gum chewing and get yourself on over there so you can see a Wrigley’s Doublemint from 1932, a 1960s trading card set of gum, a 1970s KISS gum package, and a 1980s gum that resembles a miniature album cover. Oh, and if you happen to know how to get a pack of John B. Curtis Chewing Gum, America’s first chewing gum manufacturer from the 1840s, then let Joanne know!!!