This is a really fun little museum in the US Patent and Trademark Office. The highlight is a portrait gallery where the historical photos on the wall "come alive" and have an amusing dialog about the role of protecting intelllectual property in America from the founding fathers thru Thomas Edison to current inventors. Their exhibit theme changes on occasion but it currently features health and exercise devices. With the talking portraits, a fast paced video about entrepreneurs, a visit will take less than an hour. It's a departure from the lame historical static displays often found Federal facilities. This is upbeat and fun.
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