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Spicy's Gewürzmuseum, Hamburg

(2.3/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We deal a lot with herbs and spices. In this respect, we were expecting us but something more from the Museum. Dusty and yellowed exhibits, the spices had hardly an odour – you could really make more, because the idea is really good. The family card is very convenient with €10 for Hamburg-based conditions. To do this, there are still two packages peppercorns, this was a nice idea. It was sensitive cold in the rooms, so that you wanted are really long in the Museum. We had promised more really.
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  • Small museum, which is inconsistent. To the part no big climax exciting information on the boards, but compared to other museums. Unfortunately is not heated in the winter, so it's really cold and less comfortable. The Museum seems to be primary to justify the Spice shop next to it.
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  • Really not worth €5 entry. This can not be classified as a museum - it is more like an old store cupboard with really old displays. The spice shop opposite is far better, the employee much more helpfu...  more »
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  • 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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