National Mustard Museum

© Photographed April 18, 2015
Established 1986
Middleton, Dane County, Wisconsin

The National Mustard Museum is located on eastbound Hubbard Avenue, just east of its intersection with Parmenter Street, at 7477 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton, Wisconsin 53562.

National Mustard Museum 
Home of the World's Largest Collection of Mustards and Mustard Memorabilia

National Mustard Museum: History of the Museum

Founded in 1986, the National Mustard Museum is the home to more than 5,700 different mustards from all 50 states and more than 70 countries. Antique mustard pots, tins, advertisements, and works of art make a visit to the Mustard Museum a "must" for everyone.

Mustard Museum Founder & Curator, Barry Levenson, left his job as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Wisconsin to open the museum, now one of Wisconsin's most popular attractions.

National Mustard Day is the first Saturday in August. This annual event draws thousands of mustard lovers to the Middleton Mustard Museum and brings international attention to the "King of Condiments".

National Pretzel Day is celebrated every April 26th. Nothing goes better with a pretzel than mustard!

The Mustard Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

The gift shop . . .

Cool artwork . . . 

The entrance to the Museum Exhibits . . .

Did you know mustard comes in three colors? I didn't!!!
So much to learn about mustard at the Mustard Museum.

Love this! Actually had the privilege to see the three "The Scream"
at the 2006 Edvard Munch Exhibit at the MoMA in New York City.
It was one of the highlights of my life!

The soap in the ladies restroom is in a mustard bottle.
How clever is that!!??

The fabulous fountain at the entrance to the Mustard Museum.

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