Museum of Clean
Walk into an awesome 75,000 sq. ft complex of excitement, education and inspiration for the whole family. While most museums have a single subject focus this one is far, far from that - clean dominates the value of everything that effects life. Our museum goal is to touch as many dimensions as we can-in display, art items, slate, and participation. So come prepared to do and get more than just see... remembering this is not a cleaning museum, it is a museum of clean. Learn more about what to expect on your visit.
Not what I was expecting although I wasn't sure what I was expecting. Very fun and interesting place. Big! Guide knew a lot. Wish I'd chosen to go on my own or had more time. Great place.
Admission was $6/adult and worth it! The museum seems to be growing but still feels like an intimate experience where a docent (the museum director Brad in our case) will lead you on a punny walk through some of the museum’s more interesting items. There is thoughtful information about trash and recycling in addition to many vacuums. The highlight was meeting Don the founder- he obviously loves what he does and as new business owners we were inspired talking with him in the library containing the many books he’s written.
In a world full of dirt and debris, this is a nice place to visit to learn about cleaning your home, mind, body, and soul. It is actually a super fun and hands on place. There are plenty of activities as well as games to play. You can wash a window, sweep a chimney, vacuum your kids. Really they have a kid vacuum. There are many fun and historic displays for every age and interest. Plenty of bad cleaning jokes and a handful of statues mad from cleaning projects. Well worth the stop.
Amazing place way more than I expected my sun and I had a great time. The staff are genuinely kind and informative. Will be back soon.
A fun museum that teaches cleaning history with charm and humor. Many museums you come and look at old things, here they want you to interact with old things, very hands on museum. Very family friendly. While we were there we met the owner who was not afraid of grabbing things off display and showing us how they worked, clearly a guy who loves his job. The museum takes a very broad view on what clean is from political, environmental, historical and so on. The museum it self is designed with the highest Green building rate that was possible, the owner stated that if the museum of clean was all about being clean then it better live what it teaches. The museum is privately owned and as such is still a work in progress as funds become made available. Such a fun place to visit spent around 3hrs here total. Worth the trip.
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