Did you know that a Museum of Failure is now open in D.C.? At this unique exhibition, guests will discover an array of products and services that, despite flopping, paved the way for great future inventions! Grab tickets here to check out all sorts of funny fails from some of the most famous companies in the world.
Featuring an extensive collection of over 150 failed products and services from across the globe, the Museum of Failure shines a light on the risky business of innovation. As you explore each failed product, you’ll gain new insights on what it means to take meaningful risks and embrace learning experiences along the way.
And if you’re still on the fence about the exhibit, check out these reviews from the Museum of Failure’s time in other major cities. Whether you’re seeking an entertaining, educational or even nostalgic experience, the exhibit has it all:
💬 Chadwick S. – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Great flashbacks and crazy background stories. Love the way a lot of failed ideas generated future projects…”
💬 Brianna F. – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Very entertaining! Loved learning about these EPIC failures. Highly recommend!”
💬 Mixe H. – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Great exhibit! Brought back a lot of memories growing up in the nineties and seeing some of these items come and go.”
The Museum of Failure is now open at Georgetown Park, conveniently located at 3270 M St NW. Tickets start at $25 and all ages are welcome!