We’ve covered some very specific food museums before on this blog, from the Prince Edward Island Potato Museum and the National Museum of Pasta Foods in Rome to Szentendre’s Marzipan Museum and the SPAM Museum in Minnesota. So why not add another random food museum to the list? Known as the “City of Pickles”, Lübbenau in the Spreewald is home to the only museum in Germany dedicated to the pickled cucumber. Apparently growing gherkins in this part of the world goes back to the 8th century. The ‘Spreewaldgurken’ are considered especially tasty and distinctive due to the good soil and the water quality of the region. Anyway, you can learn more about the role of the pickle at the museum as well as taste Spreewald cucumbers fresh from the tap. So if you’re pregnant, or just have a thing for vinegary foods, then this is the place for you.