everything is coming up mustard, fun to see all the difference kinds of mustard. you can even taste a lot of ten
I'm going in to this place next week to buy numerous gift certificates for Christmas. You don't have to like mustards to find something here. They have mustards that even my fussy teen will eat. It's always fun going in here and sampling all their stuff. It is truly a unique place with a lot of quality. My friend in... More
The museum part is downstairs and has some memorabilia and some older mustard related things. But not all that much else. Not a lot of natural history or history of why we use the stuff in the first place. Upstairs is a store that has more selection than you can find anywhere else. There used to be a lot more... More
We loved this place, not only for the funky aspect but for the mustard's available for purchase. We didn't buy any for ourselves, but bought three gift boxes to take home and impress some lucky friends. Life is good in the yellow.
We stopped here on a lark, and absolutely loved it. My only negative was that we didn't have enough time to really enjoy both the museum downstairs and the store on the main floor. They have the world's biggest mustard collections with well over 5000 varieties -- I know it's hard to believe there could be so many. The museum... More
If you are a foodie you will love this place. Imagine, nearly 500 varieties of mustard that you can sample. Where to start? I would have been lost if not for the helpful staff members who where eager to help. Chances are that if you stop you will bring a new mustard home for later.
Fabulous selection of exotic mustards from the USA as well as Europe. Samples are everywhere to try.
We all love Mustard and going to see a cousin also we included this on our trip. Really interesting and lots of good products to purchase. Would visit this again.
We happened to stop here after driving through Madison. The adorable exterior was what attracted us to go in. The people were friendly! The mustard samples were endless. We enjoyed the pretzels, mini hot dogs, and root beer. It was definitely worth the trip! Our kids loved it.
I tried to vist after wirk, but the museum was closed. However, they kept the gift shop open so I could try some mustards. It was fun to see so much variety and try a few. The staff were very kind to stay open a few extra minutes and made my short visit fun.
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