Middleton, Wisconsin: National Mustard MuseumBarry Levenson, self proclaimed King of Mustard, displays over 3,000 varieties in his museum. Moved from Mt. Horeb in 2009.
- 7477 Hubbard Ave., Middleton, WI
- West side of downtown, at the corner of Hubbard Ave. and Parmenter St. Take US 12/Beltline Hwy exit 251A, then turn east onto University Ave. Drive two blocks, turn right onto Parmenter St., then drive two blocks south.
- Daily 10 am - 5 pm. (Call to verify)
Mustard Museum: In late 2008 the Mustard Museum in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, shocked the town when it announced that it was packing up and moving to the nearby city of Middleton. [05/20/2009] Complete Story...
Visitor Tips and News About National Mustard Museum
Make sure you hit the tasting bar! The selection is insane and they are so nice. Definitely try the chili and blue cheese ones. And the diner right next door is amazing too. Get the scramble with a chocolate milk.[Grove, 03/05/2012]
The former Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum, has packed up its vast collection of some 4,800 mustards & left their facility in Mt. Horeb. Now renamed the National Mustard Museum, curator Barry Levenson & company opened at their new facility, in Middleton, WI, adjacent to Madison's west side, on 11/20/2009.[Darren LeCount, 12/01/2009]
In the local news it was reported that the Mt. Horeb Mustard Museum is planning to relocate to a larger facility in nearby Middleton (western suburb of Madison), Wisconsin -- approximately 20 minutes from the current museum location in Mt. Horeb.[Darren LeCount, 10/12/2008]
While on a 2-Lane Tour from Minneapolis to Chicago, in search of the Trolls of Mt Horeb, we ran across this gem. Keep in mind, the curators of the museum really are what make it interesting, with their enthusiasm for mustard. Also the free brochures are hilarious.
Also on site is Poupon U, America's College of Mustard.[John Shelton, 07/15/2007]