The next date on which the FlourWorld Museum in Wittenburg will be open:
5 January 2014
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Can you frame flour ?
Should flour sacks be in museums ?
Is flour art ?
Wonder at the white silence inside a flour sack. Venture into the mysterious Myth Room, and look forward to the biggest flour sack collection in the world: the museum’s central feature, the Sackotheque, already contains over 2,700 exhibits.
The FlourWorld Museum in Wittenburg is an invitation to millers and friends of flour and bread from all over the world to rediscover this vital basic food with all their senses. We all have a taste for flour in the literal sense of the word – but we rarely bother to think about it.
The FlourWorld Museum in Wittenburg is also a tribute to the millers of the world and a gesture of thanks for our close partnership with the international Milling Family, whose inspiration and active support enabled us to transform an eccentric idea into a museum that is unique in the world.
We are looking forward to many inspiring meetings and wish you an enjoyable visit to the FlourWorld Museum in Wittenburg.
North German Television broadcast, February 2011
Volkmar Wywiol documents the cultural heritage of the international milling community.