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Sweden’s Museum Of Failure Has Popped Up In LA

Sweden’s Museum Of Failure Has Popped Up In LA

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Ever made a mistake so colossal it deserved to be celebrated? Documented, and hung on the walls of a museum somewhere? It turns out some stuff-ups are worth celebrating, with Sweden’s Museum of Failure showcasing some of the world’s biggest bungles.

The museum opened earlier this year in Helsingborg, Sweden, and showcases some of the most remarkable shortcomings in history. At the museum, you’ll find a slew of curious and crappy inventions, like pink pens designed especially for women, Harley Davidson cologne, and even lasagne made from toothpaste manufacturer Colgate.

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Image: Museum of Failure / Facebook

These treasures may be completely and utterly useless but, now, they’ll never be forgotten. And soon, even more of the world will have the chance to bask in the dreadfulness, because the museum is touring Los Angeles for a limited time.

The exhibit will show at the A + D Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles until Sunday, February 4. Then, a world tour is in the works.

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Tickets to the LA exhibition start at $22 ($17USD) and can be purchased via the website.

How To Get There

  • Fly into Los Angeles International Airportt
  • Take the LAX2US towards LAX to Union Station to Patsaouras Bus Plaza
  • Take the DASH Downtown D towards Grand Blue Line Station to Vignes and Temple
  • Walk 1.1 km (14 mins)
  • A+D Architecture and Design Museum, 900 E 4th Street, Los Angeles
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(All Images: Museum of Failure/ Facebook)

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