Would You Visit the Disgusting Food Museum?

If you’ve ever wanted to pay $20 to sniff rotten shark, well, you’re in luck.

On Oct. 31, what’s being called the Disgusting Food Museum will open in Malmö, Sweden. It’s the latest creation from psychologist Dr. Samuel West—who’s also the curator of the Museum of Failure—and will feature what the website says are “80 of the world’s most disgusting foods.” The roster will include cuy (roasted guinea pigs from Peru), casu marzu (cheese from Sardinia that contains live maggots), “stinky tofu” (pungent bean curd from China), and durian (fruit from Thailand), among other items.