This week marks the twenty-fourth anniversary of the National Mustard Museum. In April of 1992, Microsoft launched Windows 3.1, Camden Yards opened as the new home of the Baltimore Orioles, and John Grisham’s The Pelican Brief was atop the New York Times Best Seller list. But the real news was the opening of the Mount Horeb Mustard Museum, later to be known as the National Mustard Museum when it moved to Middleton in 2009.
Now with more than 5,800 mustards from around the world, more than 300 antique mustard tins, hundreds of old mustard pots, and countless pieces of mustard history, the Mustard Museum has become an international condiment icon.
Help us celebrate with your tax-deductible donation of $24 to the Mustard Museum. We’ll spread the word as you spread the mustard. As a show of our thanks, we will send you a set of our outrageous mustard “art” cards and an “ELECT MUSTARD” window sign.