National Museum of American History
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
1st Floor, West
In the Patrick F. Taylor Foundation Object Project, visitors consider the impact of innovative things on everyday life in the past. This is a place to celebrate some everyday things that changed everything through approximately 250 objects displayed within a 9-by-40-foot sculpture that forms the spine of the learning space, in the Wallace H. Coulter Plaza. Stories and activities center on bicycles, refrigerators, ready-to-wear clothing and other common objects with uncommon stories.
Object Project features more than 300 objects, a “magic” scrapbook, an opportunity to virtually try on clothing from the collection, and a special version of “The Price is Right.”