Phallic. Fun. Fein. The Currywurst Museum.
Nothing says a good time like a good ol’ sausage couch.
I’m not sure exactly what we were thinking but it definitely wasn’t this.
Currywurst is a cultural staple in Germany. With humble beginnings in Berlin, Herta Heuwer was able to attain curry, ketchup, and Worcestershire sauce from British troops on the black market during World War II. Little did she know it would turn into the craze that it is today. I’m pretty sure she didn’t envision a building decorated in inflatable ketchup and curry wallpaper.
Everything you ever wanted to know about currywurst can be found here. Take your time, interact, explore.
Pick up a ketchup bottle and it will play a jingle.
Look at a map of Berlin to find all of the currywurst vendors.
Write about how currywurst changed your life in the massive guest book. Shaun did.
Hug a huge french fry. It was cuddly.
Virtually prepare some sausage for sale.
Learn the entire lifecycle of your paper currywurst plate from tree to compost.
Play with plastic sausage.
And while it was a bit pricey for about an hour of childish giggles, it was TOTALLY worth it. I mean, when else are you going to be able to get pictures like this?
Deutsches Currywurst Museum Berlin
Admission: 9€ (with a small currywurst sample) and 13€ with a 3 plate sampler.