Gingerbread Museum

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The Gingerbread Museum is a museum located in medieval old town of Toruń, famous for gingerbread.[1][2] Visitors take part in an interactive show through which they are taught how to make a traditional gingerbread. The show consist of two parts - first visitors are shown how the dough was made in Middle Ages. Having prepared dough, everyone then makes their own gingerbread using traditional baking-molds. Throughout the whole show visitors are guided by the master of bakery, a gingerbread witch and the craftsmen.[3]

The museum is located in an early 19th century granary, and visitors also participate in flour production using millstones. The museum forms part of the gingerbread tradition still living in town.[4]

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  1. ^ "Rick Steves' Snapshot Krakow, Warsaw & Gdansk - Rick Steves, Cameron Hewitt". 2010-05-25. Retrieved 2013-08-15. 
  2. ^ Polands official travel website: [1]
  3. ^ Voyage magazine (polish edition)no. 2, 2012, ISSN 1505-0882 INDEX 344192
  4. ^ Polish museums guide: 1000 muzeów w Polsce, red. D. Folga-Januszewska, Olszanica 2011, ISBN 978-83-7576-134-4