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The National Mustard Museum is home to the world's largest collection of prepared mustards and mustard memorabilia. Tour our museum or sample any of our 500 mustards in the gift shop. Admission is free!
All reviews for sale pretzels the lower level tongue in cheek gift shop fun place fun stop main level tasting bar taste testing free samples on display root beer well worth the visit worth a stop bucket list middletown
So quirky and yet such a great little shop. Was able to run around the museum during my lunch hour. They had all these different types of mustards as well as a tasting bar. I couldn’t imagine it being anything different than it already was....More
We were visiting relatives in Madison and decided to make a little detour to visit the National Mustard Museum. I'm so glad we did! The top level is a gift shop where you can sample hundreds of mustards! I wasn't a mustard fan before this,...More
Call us quirky but we make a point of visiting strange, fun and off the beaten path attractions. It just happened that we chanced upon National Mustard Day in Middletown, Wisconsin home of The National Mustard Museum. If you want a brief history of mustard,...More
We weren't in town long, but wanted to do something before attending a wedding in the evening. Drove from Madison to Middleton, a charming, very walker friendly town, to go to the museum. It was free and very interesting. Great place to duck in out...More
I want to start off by saying I suffered a severe mustard trauma as a child and have hated the stuff ever since. Being the youngest at a sleepover and the first to fall asleep, the kids decided to put mustard on my face as...More
We stopped here on a whim and loved the place. Everything treats mustard with tongue in cheek comments. The downstairs museum rewrites history to present a proposed mustard viewpoint. The ground level floor has an all things mustard store. There are free samples of mustard...More