We’ve rounded up the world’s weirdest food museums, ranging from a tribute to Iceland’s herring industry to a sausage-filled museum in Berlin, Germany.
Learn about the world’s most famous processed meat with a visit to The Spam Museum, a huge attraction examining the food’s rise to global domination. Not convinced? Check out the exhibit relating to its role in WWII, when Spam became a staple for servicemen and women. Then there’s the display of 15 varieties of Spam sold around the world. There are plenty of opportunities for taste tests—just look for one of the museum’s guides, otherwise known as Spambassadors.