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Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Fish

North Pacific Cannery Museum
Box 1109
Prince Rupert
BC
CANADA

Tel/Fax: 1-250-628-3538

Mission: This oldest remaining intact fish cannery shows the salmon fishing process and its workers, and also treats historical fishing methods.

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

North Shore Fishing Museum
7136 Hwy. 61
Tofte MN 55615

Tel/Fax: 218-663-7804
Website: www.commercialfishingmuseum.org
Email: info@commercialfishingmuseum

Mission: Tells of the Scandinavian immigrants who settled the shoreline around the western end of Lake Superior and made their living by fishing. On exhibit: an original Mackinaw sailboat for fishing, net winders, splitting tables to clean fish, shipping boxes, and other commercial fishing artifacts.

Admission Info: Open daily year-round. Summer, 9 am - 7 pm; Winter, 9 am - 5 pm. Admission fee.

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

Northumberland Fisheries Museum
PO Box 1489
Pictou
N.S. B0K 1H0
CANADA

Tel/Fax: (902) 485-4972

Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Salt

Northwich Salt Museum
162 London Road
Northwich
Cheshire CW9 8AB
ENGLAND

Tel/Fax: (01606) 41331
Website: www.cheshire.gov.uk/saltmuseum
Email: cheshiremuseums@cheshire.gov.uk

Mission: Story of salt making.in Cheshire from Roman times to date: how it is found, extracted (vacuum process, open -pan method), transported and used. Aspects of salt workers' lives.

Admission Info: Open: Easter - June and September, Tuesday - Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays, 2 - 5 pm; July and August, Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday, 2 - 5 pm; October - Easter, Tuesday, 2 - 5 pm. Closed Good Friday and December 24 - 26.

Other Info: Housed in 1837 building.

Museums/Collections (Specific Foods)—Grains

Oakdale Grist Mill
Connetquot River State Park
Long Island
NY
US

Mission: The mill, built in the early 18th century, and powered by 3 horizontal tub wheels, has been restored and is in operation. Most of the machinery was last used in 1878.

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

Obermuhle Hochburg-Ach
Wanghausen 46
Ach 5122
AUSTRIA

Tel/Fax: (07727) 2487

Mission: Open air museum with mill.

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

Oberpfalzer Fischereimuseum
Regensburger Str. 6
Tirschenreuth 95643
GERMANY

Tel/Fax: (09632) 6122

Mission: Natural history and history of fishing

Other Info: Established 1993

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

Obstbaumuseum
Haus der Apfels
Puch bei Weiz 8182
AUSTRIA

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

Obstbaumuseum
Kirchstr. 6-7
Werder
Havel 14542
GERMANY

Tel/Fax: (03327) 783374
Website: www.werder-havel.com
Email: werder-tourismus@t-online.de

Mission: Geology, soil, climate of local fruit-growing area. History of fruit growing since the 17th century

Other Info: Founded 1962

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

Odsherreds kulturhistoriske Museum
Annebjerg hovedgaard
Annebjergstraede 1
Nykobing
Sjaelland 4500
DENMARK

Curator: The museum has moved and new exhibitions wll be open in summer 2005
Tel/Fax: 45 5991 3325
Website: www.annebjerggaard.museum.dk
Email: okm@annebjerggaard.museum.dk

Mission: History and technology and baking equipment

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