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.
Very kid friendly! Lots of hands on games for kids and adults alike. It is a very large 3 story building, plan on spending about an hour or more if you want to see it all and play some of their games while you are in there. Highly recommend to check it out! $20 for a family if I remember correctly
This place is a labor of love, and it shows! While not quite as polished or interactive as other museums, the Museum of Clean offers an interesting perspective into what it means to be clean. The collections of antique cleaning equipment is interesting and I really enjoyed the art on display. The kid area in the multi-level metal sphere certainly looks cool. If you're in the area, it's definitely worth checking out.
I was surprised at how much fun this museum was! It kept my 14 and 17 year olds attention for over two hours, which is saying a lot. It was neat to see the actual founder, Don giving tours and sharing his passion of making this world a cleaner place. Our first tour guide Brad was very entertaining and just as passionate as Don. I would definitely recommend a guided tour, you will be laughing the whole time. We even got a signed book!
Fun family activity. Lots for kids to do. Definitely not one of those things you think of as a must do but it really is. Lots of interesting history and items. Museum director is very friendly and knowledgeable. We even ended up getting a tour from the owner himself. When we visit Pocatello we will go again. My kids loved it!
Wonderful tour! If you are in the area, do not miss this. Don was a wonderful guide.