Details in The Museum of Failure Touring LA

Nothing was ever achieved without failure, and it is about time failure got some recognition. The Museum of Failure in Los Angeles, California, currently holds the largest collection of failed products and services from around the world. This collection of 100 plus failures was originally conceived by psychologist and innovation researcher, Dr. Samuel West. The museum originally opened on June 7, 2017, in Helsingborg, Sweden. The event was so popular they are not only reopening again in Sweden (at its new and larger location in the Dunkers Kulturhus in Helsingborg) they decided to pursue LA. Here is a description of the Museum of Failure in Los Angeles

“The Museum of Failure is a one of a kind international collection of more than 100 innovation
failures. For every successful product corporations put on the market, there are many failures
behind it. The Museum explores these sometimes humorous misses, giving visitors a fascinating
learning experience and insight into the risky business of innovation. With surprise Instagram
moments all around and new content arriving monthly, the museum is a family affair with failures
for everyone from nine to 90.”

Since the Museums opening on Dec 2nd, 2017, popularity has only grown. While the tour was originally scheduled in LA from December 2nd, 2017, through February 4, 2018, it has been extended. Some of the most popular items in the Museum include frozen beef lasagna by Colgate, one of Apple’s few unsuccessful devices, the Newton, and even President Donald Trump’s version of Monopoly from 1989 made the cut.

If you understand the importance of embracing failure, flip to the next page to see where, when, and how you can visit the Museum of Failure in Los Angeles

Nicholas Brown

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