Tupperware Headquarters

May 18, 2015

Do you remember Tupperware Home Parties? On our way into Orlando, we visited Tupperware Brands Global Headquarters at 14901 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32837.


We’d passed the campus innumerable times, and I’d always been curious to stop by. We entered through the impressive front entrance into one of several white buildings, gave our purpose to the receptionist, and received visitor passes. From here we entered a modern museum section that describes the history of Tupperware and the people who made it happen, including inventor Earl Tupper. One of the first female business executives, a woman named Brownie Wise, arose from this company that originated in 1946. A panoramic screen shows historical images while display cases highlight past products. Lo and behold, I discovered my green bowl inside one of them. I still have it, and it’s in great condition. Yes, this stuff is durable. It might be expensive, but it lasts for years.

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After passing through the museum section, we entered the store with its array of colorful products. I bought a set of bowls to replace my ancient ones and some other doodads. Tupperware even sells cosmetics now. This is a fun excursion if you’re in the area and looking for something new to do. And it’s just down the road from Gatorland.


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  1. Back in the Dark Ages, when I lived in Los Angleles, I sold Tupperware. It was a nice bit of extra money, and since I was a stay at home mom with an infant, it let me get out of the house once in a while. I don’t know if their policy is the same, but then, every piece of Tupperware came with a lifetime guarantee, so it did last “forever.” I think I had everything they made back in the early 70s. (And I got it at a discount!)

  2. I enjoyed this. I’ re wondered about Tupperware and if the company still exists. Seeing the displays was a real trip, and the museum reminded me of The World’s Fairs. Thanks, Nancy, for taking us along.