Time Out says
We’ve all had business ventures, relationships and financial planning go up in smoke at one point or another, but when your bad calls and regret fill your head at 3am, just think of this silver lining: at least your goofs aren’t on display in the Museum of Failure. After a run in the Arts District, this hall of fame for bad ideas has moved to Hollywood to provide a glimpse into some of the world’s worst inventions, now-defunct technology and even a place for you to confess your own shortcomings.
Highlights include frozen beef lasagna by Colgate (we’re feeling nauseous), Donald Trump’s 1989 board game (creatively titled “Trump: The Game”) and the dumpster fire that was Coca-Cola Blak (remember when Anderson Cooper tried it and promptly spit it out?), in addition to a “failure confessional,” where guests are encouraged to anonymously write out their own mistakes and post them on the wall.