The exhibits are very visual, interactive and highly entertaining, which make this museum great for kids and adults who refuse to grow up. There are multiple displays showcasing Germany's beloved dish and its origins, its ingredients and the way it should be served. It tells you how many wursts there are produced and consumed every day, their distribution around the world and you can discover their claim to fame (yes, they featured in movies and TV series). There is even a life size currywurst snack bar on wheels if you're into sausage role playing.
A visit to a museum such as this one, wouldn't be complete with a sausage sampling in the currywurst restaurant which is included in your (slightly steep)ticket price of €11. However, if you're really hungry you can pay a little more and upgrade the sampling to a proper currywurst menu with a drink. All in all, it's a museum where you can have a good laugh and some good food, and be honest now, where in the world can you play with sausages for €11 these days?