List of potato museums
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- Waldviertler Erdäpfelwelt (Waldviertler potato world) is a museum with interactive displays located in the town hall of Schweiggers displaying the history and uses of potatoes to the present day.
- Musée vivant de la pomme de terre ("Living Museum of the Potato") in Genappe is part of the Wallonia Botanical Gardens and also houses a collection of onions from northern Europe.
- Frietmuseum in Bruges is dedicated to chips (or fries in American-English) and is located in one of Bruges’ oldest buildings, dated 1399.
- The Canadian Potato Museum in O'Leary, Prince Edward Island claims to contain the world's largest collection of potato artifacts. It is also home to a Potato Hall of Fame. A 14 feet high giant potato made of fibreglass stands at the entrance and visitors can learn about the origins of the wild potato up to modern day agricultural practices.
- Potato World is a museum dedicated to the potato. It is located in Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick, known as the french fry capital of the world.
- Danmarks Kartoffelmuseum ("Danish Potato Museum") in Otterup is part of the Hofmansgave estate. The Hofmansgaves were responsible for popularising the potato in Denmark where potatoes were known as “German lumps”.
- Moulin Gentrey in Harsault (fr) is a former starch mill dating from 1870 which contains a small potato museum as part of a historical tour of starch making for the textile industry.
- Deutsches Kartoffelmuseum ("German Potato Museum") in Fußgönheim (de) is housed in a former synagogue next to the Fußgönheim Agricultural Museum. The museum dates from 1987.
- Das Kartoffelmuseum ("The Potato Museum") in Munich dates from 1996 and is run by the Otto Eckart Foundation on behalf of Pfanni GmbH, a division of Unilever.
- Vorpommersches Kartoffelmuseum ("Potato Museum of Vorpommern") in Tribsees (de)
- Potato Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico was originally housed in the basement of E. Thomas and Meredith Hughes’ basement in Washington, D.C. before moving to Albuquerque in 1993. It began in 1975 and is a nonprofit organization.
- Idaho Potato Museum is in Blackfoot, Idaho and among the exhibits has the world’s largest potato chip (crisp in British-English), a Pringle measuring 25 inches (64 cm)
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- "One of the top 11 food museums in the world!". Canadian Potato Museum. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
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- "National French Fry day celebrated at Potato World in the French Fry Capital of the World". Potato Pro. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
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- Ussing, J. "Velkommen til Danmarks eneste kartoffelmuseum". Danmarks Kartoffel Museum (in Danish). Retrieved 16 January 2018.
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- "Féculerie". Moulin Gentry. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
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- Museo della patata, Orizzonti di pianura ‹See Tfd›(in Italian)
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- "The Potato Museum". Center for non-profit excellence. Retrieved 17 January 2018.
- "Idaho Potato Museum Southwest of Yellowstone". Yellowstone Park. Retrieved 17 January 2018.