The Flash Museum is an institution dedicated to the Flash that will be inaugurated sometime between 2019 and 2024.
The only currently known section is:
Hall of Villains
The Hall of Villains is a section of the Flash Museum. Inaugurated on the same room that was known before as Speed lab, the section's goal is to present information about the many villains that the Flash has fought over the years, most notably Reverse-Flash, Zoom, Savitar, the Thinker and Cicada, and also showcase their equipment.
In 2032, Nora West-Allen visited the Hall of Villains. During the visit, she the most curious and terrified of Cicada, a villain that the Flash and even other well-known superheroes (including Green Arrow, Supergirl, the Legends and the League) were never able to beat.
The Hall of Villains showcases many of the suits and other equipment that the Flash's enemies had used over the years. Items on display include the Reverse-Flash suit equipped with a Tachyon Device, the Zoom suit, Savitar's armor, the Thinker's Hoverchair, Amunet Black's suit, Dr. Light suit, the Trickster suit, the Wizard's Wand, Zoom's speed-dampening mask and more.
- Myles (curator)
Behind the scenes
- In DC comics, the Flash Museum is a facility designed by Dexter Myles dedicated to all heroes who had the Flash alias, mainly Barry Allen, but also includes Jay Garrick and Wally West. It also features artifacts belonging to the Flash Rogues including the Reverse-Flash, Captain Cold and Weather Wizard. It also houses the Cosmic treadmill.
- It's unknown how Zoom's suit and Savitar's armor were collected to be shown at the museum, as they were destroyed by Killer Frost and Barry Allen respectively in "". Zoom's speed-dampening mask, which was also seen in the museum, had likewise been destroyed by Jay Garrick in "". Presumably, these artifacts had been replicated for display purposes.
- The museum was referenced for the first time in "" when Barry jokingly told Joe he didn't want a museum built in his name.