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Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Salt

Bochina Salt Mine
ul. Solna 2
Bochnia 32-700
POLAND

Tel/Fax: 01461 23415
Website: www.muzeum.bochnia.pl

Mission: Oldest salt mine; oldest mining headings; salt mining history; former salt mining methods; mining devices &tools; salt sculptures

Admission Info: Open Monday - Friday, 9 am - 12 and 3 - 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am - 4 pm

Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Grains

Bollinger Mill State Historical Site
113 Bollinger Mill Rd.
Burfordville MO 63739

Tel/Fax: 800-334-6946, 573-243-4591

Mission: The current water-powered mill, still in operation, is the third on the site since the early 19th century. The four-story brick mill, constructed in 1867, has 19th- and 20th- century mill machinery. There is an exhibit area on the second floor.

Admission Info: Guided tours of 45 minutes, including a corn milling demonstration, are available Monday – Saturday, 10 am–4 pm; Sunday, 12-4 pm.

Museums/Collections Related to a Specific Food Group or Food—Salt

Borlach Museum
Borlach Platz
Bad Durrenberg 06231
GERMANY

Tel/Fax: (03462) 19433
Website: www.stadt-bad-duerrenberg.de
Email: BorlachTourist@aol.com

Mission: History of the Durrenberg salt industry. Geology, models, plans, tools

Other Info: Established 1956

Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Baking, Bread

Boudin Sourdough Museum
Boudin at the Wharf, a bakery and cafe near Fisherman's Wharf
San Francisco CA 94133

Website: www.boudinbakery.com
Email: boudin@boudinbakery.com

Mission: This branch of the Boudin Sourdough operations has been set up as a “bakery in a fishbowl,” a glass-enclosed bakery so that its functioning can be observed by visitors from the ground floor and the mezzanine overhead. The exhibit area on the mezzanine traces the history of sourdough and bread baking in San Francisco, especially the role of Boudin, founded in 1849 by French immigrants. An array of historic photos, artifacts, and interactive exhibits explain what French sourdough culture is, why it became so successful in the Bay Area, how Boudin recovered from the devastating 1906 earthquake, and how company operations expanded in succeeding decades.

Admission Info: Open Monday – Thursday, 12 – 5 pm; Friday – Sunday, 10 – 5 pm. Admission fee.

Other Info: Boudin is the oldest continuously-run business in San Francisco.

Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Grains

Boyd's Wind Grist Mill
Paradise Valley Park
Middletown
RI 02842
US

Tel/Fax: 401-849-1870
Website: www.middletownhistory.org

Mission: This 3-story smock mill with 8 sails was originally built in Portsmouth, RI, in 1810, and was restored by the Middletown Historical Society and moved to the Park. It grinds corn.

Admission Info: Open to the public on Sunday afternoons in July, August, and September.

Museums/Collections Related to a Specific Food Group or Food—Baking, Bread, Cake

Bread and Cake Museum
Altes Forthaus
Mollenfelde
Niedersachsen 3511
GERMANY

Mission: History and techniques of baking.

Museums/Collections Related to a Specific Food Group or Food—Baking, Bread

Bread Museum
Am Schutzenberg 9
Detmold
Nordrhein-Westfalen 493
GERMANY

Mission: History and techniques of breadmaking.

Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Grains

Bridgeton Grist Mill
Parke County Visitors Bureau
PO Box 165
Rockville, IN 47872

Tel/Fax: 765-548-0106, 812-877-9550
Website: www.bridgetonmill.com
Email: info@bridgetonmill.com

Mission: The oldest continuously operating mill west of the Alleghenies, it was established in 1823. The first mill burned in 1869 and a larger replacement was built in 1870. Massive stones (over 2,000 lbs.) grind grain into flour or cornmeal.

Admission Info: Open April until cold weather, Thursday – Monday, 10 am “’til tired.”

Museums/Collections Related to a Specific Food Group or Food—Fish

Brighton Fishing Museum
201 Kings Rd. Arches
Brighton BN1 1NB
ENGLAND

Tel/Fax: (01273) 723064

Mission: Boats, artifacts, pictures, film and history archive

Other Info: Established in 1994

Museums/Collections Related to a Specific Food Group or Food—Grains

Brindley Mill and James Brindley Museum
Mill St.
Leek ST13 5PG
ENGLAND

Tel/Fax: (01536) 381446

Mission: Grist mill with water-powered wheel

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