7 Food Museums You Wouldn’t Believe Exist
One of them politely asks visitors, "please don't eat the exhibit."
by Andy Flores | July 11, 2017
Gingerbread is one of the oldest traditional baked goods in Europe that holds much symbolic importance to almost every European country, so it’s just right for the spicy-sweet pastry to have its own museum. Muzeum Piernika or The Living Museum of Gingerbread in Torún, Poland is dedicated to the history and art of making gingerbread. With interiors fashioned to look like a medieval bakery, the first floor serves as a workshop of sorts that allows guests to try their hand at making their own gingerbread as an apprentice of a “Gingerbread Witch” and a “Gingerbread Master.”