5 Food and Drink Museums Worth Visiting

Come with me, and you’ll be, in a world of pure imagination… From cheese to french fries to wine, check out these yummy museums that are sure to appeal to your taste buds!

1. Choco-Story Museum in New York City

Learn how chocolate is made at New York’s first chocolate museum! From tree to your favorite chocolate bar, you’ll follow the story of how you get to enjoy that lovely chocolatey flavor we all love. Oh, plus you’ll get to experience nine premium chocolate tastings…yes please! Learn more about the Choco-Story Museum here!

2. Friet Museum in Brugge

In case you didn’t know, friet means fries – so yes, this is a french fry museum! I mean, who doesn’t love some french fries? So why not learn all about the history of french fries?! Whether you call them pommes frites, chips or french fries, we guarantee you’ll love this museum. Oh, and in case you get hungry, they have a snack and sampling area you can enjoy some frites at! Learn more about the Friet Museum here!

3. Cheese Museum in Amsterdam

There are more than just coffee shops and the red light district in Amsterdam – there’s a museum dedicated to everyone’s favorite…cheese! With cities named Gouda, Edam and other yummy cheese names, it’s no surprise the Cheese Museum is located in the Netherlands. Start off with a taste of traditional Dutch Gouda and other fantastic cheeses – from there you can learn about the history and production of Dutch cheese. Talk about food and entertainment, we’ll start planning our trip now! Learn more about the Amsterdam Cheese Museum here!

4. Southern Food & Beverage Museum in New Orleans

Show your love for the fried chicken, biscuits, barbecue and other Southern staples by visiting the Southern Food and Beverage Museum! Plus, while there visit the Museum of the American Cocktails and La Galerie de l’Absinthe (aka an ode to Absinthe) in this awesome New Orleans museum. Plus, you can enjoy a truly Southern meal at Toups South restaurant…yummm! Learn more about the Southern Food & Beverage Museum here!

5. The Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum in Santorini

Not only do you get to use this as an excuse to visit Greece, you also get to learn all about the history of wine in Santorini since the 1600s. Located in a natural cave below ground (how cool is that?!), you’ll take a tour to learn all about vine growers and their history…then you get to enjoy a tasting of four wines at the end of the tour. Sign us up twice! Learn more about The Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum here!