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Spicy's Gewürzmuseum, Hamburg
(2.2/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Small museum, is plenty to taste and feel. Very informative. Certainly not state of the art education, but that fits everything to an old storage building. Who cooks like to come here and in the Spice shop next door at his own expense.
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  • Interesting little place. On entry you also get a free pack of black pepper, which was nice but unexpected! Very few of the labels are in English though. 
  • Nice museum to visit. It was smaller than I had expected. After an hour you have seen. Though interesting things seen and learned. The children found it especially fun to anywhere to to smell and feel. Very interactive.
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Google
  • A small museum, but worth it if you love spices.
  • Quite small. Takes about half an hour or so to walk around it and it's up several flights of stairs.
  • Naja
  • Not worth it at all! Basically it is too small and it hasn't any interesting thing to see or do. Entry is 4€ and it has just one room.
  • Absolutely this museum does not do justice the entry of €5. Some old machines, the biggest part takes a cafe one, which could not be uncomfortable, the open spices have lost all the typical scents for decades. In short, very disappointing. Opposite is a spice trader. There's a lot more interesting than in the Museum. More spices, video, a variety of salts and spices, all also to the taste. AND no entrance fee :-)
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