New museum follows the 'Duck Dynasty'...

New museum follows the 'Duck Dynasty' journey

"Duck Dynasty" fans can now follow the stars from patriarch Phil Robertson's humble log cabin beginning to the super stardom of the beloved reality TV show in a new interactive museum at the family's company headquarters in Louisiana. "Duck Commander The Tour," a 13-room, 15,000-square foot museum, features props from the show, video panels of the stars and a foggy cypress bottom that feels more like a Louisiana swamp than an air-conditioned museum.

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