Links para museus da alimentação em todo mundo

Separamos alguns links com museus da gastronomia e alimentação em todo mundo para oferecer um painel único das muitas iniciativas que pautam o tema do comer e beber em nossa vida.



– Observatório da Gastronomia –

– Revista Brasileira de Gastronomia –

– Florianópolis Cidade Criativa Unesco da Gastronomia –

– Belém Cidade Criativa Unesco da Gastronomia –

– OCCA –      

– Alere – Grupo de Pesquisa da História do Abastecimento e da Alimentação na Amazônia  –

– OBHA –

– Articulação Nacional de Agroecologia –

– Slow Food Br –

– Museu da Gastronomia Baiana do Senac BA –

– Seminário sobre o milho do MGB do Senac BA –


Os links abaixo costumamos acessar atrás de informações para nossa região

– Epagri –

– Cepagro – Centro de Estudos e Promoção da Agricultura de Grupo –

– Rede Catarinense de Engenhos de Farinha –




– Informações sobre as cidades que compõem a Rede Unesco de Cidades Criativas da Gastronomia e demais campos –

– ODELA – Observatório de Alimentação – Universidade de Barcelona –

– Slow Food Inter –


Alimentarium Vevey, Switzerland
An eclectic collection, with images viewable online

Baked Bean Museum of Excellence Port Talbot, Wales
In the home of “Captain Beany”

Bakkerijmuseum Hattem, The Netherlands
Bakery museum housed in sixteenth-century baker’s house

Barbaryannis ouzo museum Plomari, Lesvos, Greece
Now this really appeals!

Brogdale Collections Faversham, U.K.
National fruit collection with over 4000 varieties

Bruges Beer Museum Bruges, Belgium
Does just what it says on the tin

Burnt Food Museum On-line
“Celebrating nearly two decades of Culinary Disaster”

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum Ottawa, Canada

Cork Butter Museum Cork, Ireland
The story of Ireland’s most important food export and the world’s largest butter market

Colman’s Mustard Shop and Museum Norwich, UK
The real deal

Corn Palace Mitchell, South Dakota, USA
A folk-art wonder

Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University Providence, RI, USA
Expanding digital collection

Currywurst Museum Berlin, Germany
Near Checkpoint Charlie; devoted to the curry/ketchup covered steamed and fried pork sausage snack

Das Schokoladenmuseum im Herzen Hamburgs Hamburg, Germany
Chocolate museum sponsored by Hachez, smaller than the one in Cologne

Deutsches Kochbuchmuseum Dortmund, Germany
Museum of cookbooks, due to (re)open at the end of 2015

Deutsches Museum fuer Kockkunst und Kochbuecher Frankfurt, Germany
Great historic cookery museum

Économusée De La Brasserie St Paulin, Quebec
A microbrewery where the atmosphere and décor evoke the old-time taverns of New France

Eesti Piimandusmuuseum Järvamaa, Estonia
Estonian dairy museum

Endangered Cake Museum New Orleans, USA
A wonderful concept! Now housed by the Southern Food and Beverage Museum

Escoffier Museum of Culinary Arts Villeneuve-Loubet, France

Frietkotmuseum Antwerp, The Netherlands
Detailed reconstruction of a chip stand from 1860, serving real chips in paper cones

Frietmuseum Bruges, Belgium
Dedicated to potato fries, and housed in one of Bruge’s loveliest buildings

Gaziantep Culinary Museum Gaziantep, Turkey
Set in an old house down a cobbled side street; the cuisine of Southeast Turkey

German Museum of Food Additives Essen, Germany
Does what it says on the tin. Sadly, according to Giano Balestriere, it is rarely open and hard to find

Grain Academy Museum Calgary, Canada
History of the grain industry in Canada

HJ Heinz History Center Pittsburgh, USA
History of Heinz company and its products

Ingersoll Cheese and Dairy Museum Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada
Replica C19 cheese factory

International Vinegar Museum Roslyn, South Dakota, USA
All you wanted to know about vinegar

Klippfish Museum Kristiansund, Norway
A museum of air-dried salted cod

La Cité du Vin Bordeaux, France
A child-friendly wine museum! Even the shape of the building evokes a glass of wine

La Maison du Gruyère Pringy-Gruyère, Switzerland
Interactive exhibition of “the king of cheese” and restaurant

Le Musée du Bonbon Haribo sur Uzès dans le Gard Uzes, France
A whole museum for this popular sweet

Lofoten Stockfish Museum Lofoten, Norway
Norway’s oldest export commodity (apart from the Vikings)

Maple Syrup Museum of Ontario St. Jacob’s, Ontario, Canada
Small but perfectly formed

Musée de Champignon Saumur, France
Mushrooms in caves, mushrooms in cases, mushrooms on plates …

Musée du Foie Gras Frespech, France
One of many French Foie Gras museums, recommended by Kate Hill – history nd tastings!

Musée du fromage cheddar Saint-Prime, Quebec, Canada
Cheddar cheese museum

Musée du Pruneaux Granges sur Lot France
A museum devoted to prunes!

Musée et Bibliothéque de la Gourmandise Hermalle-sous-Huy, Belgium
“The curious and entertaining history of cookery and food”. Wonderful!

Musei del Cibo Parma, Italy
The food museums of Parma: Parmigiano Reggiano; Prosciutto di Parma; Salami; The tomato

Museo del Frutta Turin, Italy
The fruit museum of Turin
Museo del Jamon Madrid

Really a delicatessen devoted to ham, with close to a thousand cured hams hanging from the ceiling like chandeliers

Museo Della Pasta Rome
Temporarily closed for reservation; supposed to re-open in 2017. Has excellent publications devoted to history of pasta

Museon Arlaten Arles, France
Elisabeth Luard comments: similar ethnological rationale to the Pitt Rivers in Oxford but all about Provence. Worth it for the dried mole’s paws (so useful for weaving spells) alone, but most of all for the life-size panoramas of domestic scenes from trad Provençale life inc a gorgeous Souper Maigre

Museu da Gastronomia Baina Salvador, Brazil
A museum of Afro-Brazilian culinary history

Museum de Locht North Limburg, The Netherlands
A museum of life on the farm, focusing on asparagus, mushrooms, bread and beer – what could be better!

Museum of Bread Culture Ulm, Germany

Museum of Food and Drink Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
“The world’s first large-scale food museum…”

Museum of Iberian Ham Aracena, Spain
Shares premises with a mushroom museum

Museum PSYRI Athens, Greece
A museum of Greek gastronomy

Museum of the American Cocktail New Orleans, USA

Museum of the Olive and Greek Olive Oil in Sparta Sparta, Greece
Looks beautiful! There are also olive museums in Naxos, Crete and Kefalonia

Mustard Museum Doesburg, The Netherlands

National Museum of Pasta Foods Rome, Italy
Temporarily closed; reopening in 2015 (hopefully)

National Mustard Museum Middleton, Wisconsin, USA
Runs the “world-wide mustard competition”

Norwegian Canning Museum Stavanger, Norway

Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford, UK
Not strictly a food museum, but many food-related exhibits in which the Symposium is taking an interest under the guidance of Linda Roodenburg

Ponterfract Museum Ponterfract, UK
A combination of liquorice and art nouveau!

Potato museums
Wikipedia has a huge list, although it seems not to be up to full wiki standards

Pulmuone Kimchi Museum Seoul, South Korea
Currently closed; may be reopening in new venue, March 2015

Sanliurfa Kitchen Museum Sanliurfa, Turkey
Preserving local food traditions in city nominated for UNESCO’s city of gastronomy

Schokoladenmuseum Cologne, Belgium
The diverse history of cocoa and chocolate, sponsored by Lindt

Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum Shinyokohama, Japan
“The world’s first food-themed amusement park”

Southern Food and Beverage Museum (SOFAB) New Orleans, USA
Food of the deep South

Stichting Behoud en Bevording Fruitcultuur Doesburg, The Netherlands
A museum of old fruit varieties

Strange and Unusual On-line
A listing of strange and unusual food museums, including a fish ball museum and a museum of celebrity leftovers, together with many that already appear in this list

Tiptree (jam) Museum Tiptree, Essex, UK
With a rather nice tea shop

Torino wax fruit museum Torino, Italy
Over a thousand “artificial plastic fruits”, all modeled by the same man

Truffle Museum Cahors, France
Run by Pebeyre family on their farm

Twinings Tea Museum London, UK
A small museum in a large tea shop that is a museum in itself

Virtual Food Museum On-line
Linda Roodenburg’s great creation – an Internet food museum!

World Carrot Museum On-line
More about carrots than you ever wanted to know