The Bratwurst, or sausage, is a big thing in Germany. But the Thüringer Bratwurst is a sausage unto its own. With a gentle but distinct taste of caraway seeds (Kümmel in German) this is a sausage that you can buy on just about every street corner, preferably chargrilled. It's not a greasy sausage at all. It is eaten with a small bun and with ketchup and/or mustard.
Anyway, a funny museum about this sausage can be found in Holzhausen in the Wachsenburg community.
Entrance: 3 euro per person, which includes a freshly chargrilled sausage.
The museum itself starts on the ground floor with a history of the Thüringer Bratwurst, how it is made, recipes and such. On the 2nd floor is all about traditions and the fun surrounding the Thüringer Bratwurst.
It will definitely make you laugh.