A non-profit futurist think tank called the DaVinci Institute, located in Colorado (USA), "has set its sights on creating a museum of future inventions."
Published plans include an area honoring "the eight most important future inventions of all times", although they do not specify what those might be. The proposed museum would include at least eleven pavilions, with specific information on:
3. Space Commerce
4. Smart Technologies
9. Genetic Engineering
10. Life Sciences
In describing nanotechnology, they say...
Making the invisible visible will be one of the challenges in giving visitors a feel for the ultra-tiny world of nanotechnology. Exhibits will explain how we will be able to control of the structure of matter based on molecule-by-molecule control of products and byproducts; the products and processes of molecular manufacturing, including molecular machinery. Electron and scanning tunneling microscopes will be used to make the nano world come to life.
The Institute is also preparing a Roadmap Project as part of the museum...
All future invention exhibits will include a roadmap of the developments that have to happen for the idea exhibited to become achievable. Roadmaps will illustrate the progression of scientific discoveries that will need to be made along the way.
Unfortunately, the Institute's website does not provide a roadmap or timetable for when the musum might be built. But if and when it is, it looks like it would be worth a visit.