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first_imgYou might not have realised, but the number of food museums has mushroomed in recent years, with even the most unusual of foodstuffs having a shrine in its honour somewhere on the planet. From fast food to gourmet gastronomy, we go on a tour of the top 10 wierdest around the globe.1. Cup Noodles Museum, JapanJapanese noodle giant Nissin Foods celebrated 50 years of the instant cup noodle by opening a museum dedicated to the single man’s favurite snack. From the original 1958 Chicken Ramen to the Space Noodle, take a deep dive into noodle history at the Cup Noodles Museum in Yokohama.2. Potato Museum, Idaho, USAThe Idaho Potato Museum has a range of fun and educational potato-based exhibits including the world’s largest potato crisp which measures 25 inches across. 3. Currywurst, Berlin, GermanyFans of the spicy sausage can sample a variety of different currywurst spices and blends before taking the helm at their very own Currywurst snack bar at the Currywurst Museum in Berlin. 4. Spam, Austin, USAThe Spam Museum has been hamming it for over a decade now. With over 16,500 square feet of reformed meat-related fun and games, trivia and artefacts such as the Spam dine and vintage Spam advertising, you’ll won’t be short of sandwich ideas after a visit here.5. Cheese, Alkmaar, NetherlandsThe Dutch Cheese Museum is located right next to Alkmaar cheese market where fans of everything from Emmental to Gouda are guaranteed to have a ‘wheely’ good time as they watch the expert cheese makers in action.6. Jell-O, New York, USAEveryone’s favourite wobbly dessert has its own shrine in New York which boasts a dizzying array of souvenirs plus an exhibit illustrating Jell-O spokesman Bill Cosby’s influence over 30 years of patronage of the product.7. Mushrooms, Loire Valley, FranceMushroom lovers who are sprout and about in the Loire Valley should visit the Musée du Champignon in St-Hilaire-St-Florent where a variety of wild and unusual (but not magic) mushrooms are available to try. Related12 best street foods around the world: in picturesTantalise (or terrify) your tastebuds with our global gallery of the good, the gorgeous (and the grasshoppers) of gourmet street food.Top 10 things to do in LondonLondon holds infinite possibilities for all tastes, from riotous nights out to fascinating trips back into history.Amsterdam’s best museums and galleriesWant to know how the humble tulip changed the Netherlands forever or what life on a Dutch houseboat is really like? Go beyond the Rijksmuseum and other well-known attractions, and there really is a museum or gallery for absolutely everyone in Amsterdam. We’ve curated a collection of the best for…center_img 8. Mustard, Wisconsin, USAWith an incredible 5,000 jars, bottles and tubes of the yellow stuff on display, the Mount Horeb Mustard Museum is the only one stop shop fans of mustard need visit.9. Olive Oil, Liguria, ItalyThe Musee dell Olivo showcases the role the olive tree has played in over 6,000 years of civilisation, and visitors can wander the nearby olive groves and olive mill to see how the oil is produced.10. Burnt Food Museum, Virginia, USAThe intimate Burnt Food Museum celebrates the beauty in what most people would consider the ultimate culinary catastrophe. Be bedazzled by a series of frazzled artefacts carefully prepared by curator Deborah Henson-Conant, who promises that you’ll have a smokin’ good time.More: Streetfood named desire: the world’s greatest on-the-go grub: in picturesReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img


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