Deutsches Currywurst Museum Berlin - Berlin
A woman named Heta Heuwer invented the Currywurst in 1949. She began selling them on a street corner in Berlin and it quickly became the city's most loved snack.
The small museum, just down the road from Checkpoint Charlie, is all things Currywurst and more. It's an exhibition on the history of the snack and its inventor as how the recipe has developed over the years.
You can of course eat Currywurst at the Currywurst Museum! The snack-shop offers many different variations as well as some salads too. It might also be fun to browse the museum shop and see how many souvenirs you can count with a sausage on it.
Audio guides are available in five different languages, including English, plus there is also a children's audio guide available, specially catered to the young mind. A guided tour in English for over 20 guests can be arranges 2 weeks prior to your visit.
The museum costs between €7 and €11 to get in and has 20% off the entry fee on Mondays.
This is a fun and entertaining museum to really sink your teeth into.
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