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Deutsches Currywurst Museum Berlin, Berlin

(2.1/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Undoubtedly Berlin's favorite snack food, the currywurst is so well-loved it has inspired its own museum: Deutsches Currywurst Museum Berlin. Learn about the history of this famous dish, from its invention in the late 1940s to its expanding popularity at this interactive museum. The seasoning room lets you smell the different spices that go into the famous sauce, and audio stations in the shape of ketchup bottles allow you to listen to iconic songs about the sausage. Finish your visit with a currywurst sampler. Get 20 percent off admission on Mondays. Put Deutsches Currywurst Museum Berlin into our Berlin trip itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • I went with my grandchildren púberes and passed it well. It has facts such as a timeline of the fast food in the world and little else. It is nice to learn about spices used sausages and their origin. Interactive. In the end, you savor a mini as part of the input size currywurst.
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  • You will learn all about how a curry sausage is being made. You can even practice and then shutdown by itself to eat a sausage
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  • The Currywurst Museum may be the only one of its kind. Dealing with the invention of the SSD snack Queen Herta Heuwer and what it became: are the best (according to Museum) Currywurst stands of the city presents, typed the stalls, you can put in a shop self and pretend as if. A virtual Currywurst stand you can make Curry sausage "on time" and you learn a lot about the typical cardboard tray. The sofa in the Curry sausage shape, which you can take a video space to the views is very funny. Fun is the idea that you get a portion of the sample with the admission ticket at the Curry sausage stand in the lobby area (regular 1,60 EUR), portions for a fee but also 'adult'. The associated "fan shop" is also lots of frills around the topic worth seeing, from the plush Currywurst until down to the "cardboard" gives shell porcelain's.
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  • After I'd read all the reviews I wasn't even sure whether I still wanted to go see the museum or not... I took a shot, and imagine, I really got my money's worth! The exhibition is very comprehensive, neatly put together and presented in a way that most visitors may find appealing - make no mistake, this is not rocket science but trivia that evolves around a favourite German street food dish! And if you find the €11 ticket fee too high of a price to pay for an enjoyable hour of lighthearted pastime, consider a visit on Mondays when ticket prices are 20% discounted...
  • There are always tourist traps in big cities, but among the worst in Berlin is this Currywurst Museum. 11 € for a very small og unimaginable display, with a strange film documentary included. It is ironic that the 'currywurst in cup' at the end is really bad tasting. Enjoy a REAL currywurst in the streets of Berlin instead.
  • It is funny and entertaining. And you can also eat!
  • Avoid this rip-off! Totally unnecessary to build a "museum" because there is no educational value about curryurst. They just want you to buy the related products that you can find them somewhere else cheaper. Seriously, who would pay 10 euros to study a freaking sausage!
  • Fun place, especially for kids, you get free currywurst at the end too!