The Flash Museum is a public museum dedicated to the superhero The Flash.
Located in Central City, the museum features various exhibits on the Flash; including depictions of his various battles and his rogue's gallery of foes.
In addition to the exhibits, the Flash Museum also houses a vast storage of various artifacts and weaponry that the Flash has encountered in his adventures. Originally, the museum was founded to honor the achievements of Barry Allen, the first Flash of the modern era and stalwart member of the Justice League of America. As years passed, the museum began also showcasing materials related to the original Flash, Jay Garrick, as well as Barry's protege and successor, Wally West.
Briefs and InvestigationsEdit
- The Flash Museum first appeared in The Flash #154 (August 1965).
- One of the museum's most infamous items is the Cosmic Treadmill, which the Flash uses to open worm-holes in the Speed Force and travel through time.
- The museum's curator since its founding was Dexter Myles, a former Shakespearean actor given the job by the Flash after his assistance in foiling a robbery.
- The Flash Museum is a non-profit organization, with all charitable proceeds donated to the Central City Reclamation Fund and the Flash Memorial Scholarship Fund at Central City University.