We’re Listed on the National Registry of Hysterical Places!

At long last, the National Mustard Museum has been named to the National Registry of Hysterical Places. “This is exciting news,” says Barry Levenson, Curator of the world’s largest collection of mustards and mustard memorabilia, “and it all goes to show you the importance of dedication, hard work, and a warped sense of humor.”

Getting onto the NRHP was not as difficult as some might think, as Levenson himself has started the registry. You will soon find it online at www.hystericalplaces.org.

Levenson and his coconspirators welcome nominations to the registry. If you know of any places that make you laugh, let us know. Sorry, your own bedroom doesn’t count. They must be real places. Books, movies, shows, songs, and things don’t count. What PLACE makes you giggle, guffaw, chortle, or fall down with tears of laughter?

Send your nominations to curator@mustardmuseum.com.

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