Ever wondered what happened to Colgate’s frozen beef lasagna or Nabisco’s spicy chicken Oreos? Well, they didn’t exactly take off…Soon closing its doors on December 10th, The Museum of Failure showcases all sorts of funny fails from familiar brands including Coca-Cola, Google, DeLorean, Nokia and more.
By highlighting the obstacles that major companies have faced along the way, the exhibit challenges our perception of mistakes—after all, they say failure is the mother of success. Get tickets here to check out these failed inventions for yourself while you still can!
Plus, those who purchase tickets to the Museum of Failure on November 16th and 17th can enjoy 20% off tickets for any date with the code THANKS20.
Contrary to the title of the exhibition, the museum does not simply put some of America’s favorite brands on blast. Curated by Dr. Samuel West, a licensed psychologist with a PhD in Organizational Psychology, The Museum of Failure hopes to inspire others to take risks and bounce back from their own blunders. At the end of the day, even epic fails offer learning experiences!
Now open at Georgetown Park, a spacious multi-use venue right on M Street, The Museum of Failure has ample room to display all of its fun flops. Plus, with over 668 parking spaces, the property is easily accessible to those driving to the destination.
Tickets to The Museum of Failure are on sale, and the exhibit is open at 3222 M Street NW through December 10th.