Don Aslett's Museum of Clean may just be the most unusual museum you come across! But parents, you may just love it just in case the kids get inspired!
The first thing you might notice about the museum? It fills the entire block! There is a staggering 75,000 sq ft of display space to explore, filled with excitement, education and inspiration for the whole family.
Another reason why this museum is so unique, is that whilst most museums have a single subject focus, the Museum of Clean applies it's topic of Clean to every connotation, creating a vast and diverse set of experiences linked only by this theme.
While the range is boggling, the constant is in the interactive quality of the exhibits, it's very much a hands on trip and you should go prepared to get stuck in if you're to get the most of it!
It's just the kind of museums that kids LOVE!
There are almost 1,000 vacuums to see that span a century of history from 1869 to 1969. Kids can visit an old 1900 store with intriguing products that were used to clean at the turn of the century.
Did you ever wonder why it might take longer to clean clothes back in the day? At the Museum of Clean you can find out just how they got those linens tip top!
The Texas-sized trash can gives an important visual lesson to how much waste we create and what we can do about it, and there are even brooms, tubs and yes, even toilets to explore!
A weird, wonderful and playful museum where the kids can enjoy hands-on fun, and you never know, they might be inspired to get home and well, CLEAN!