It’s real and it’s spectacular.
The fictional Upper West Side apartment where Jerry Seinfeld’s TV counterpart lived for Seinfeld‘s nine seasons and which served as the site of so many conversations about nothing is now the centerpiece of a pop-up Seinfeld exhibit in New York’s Meatpacking District.
The Milk Studios space, which is open to the public for five days, starting Wednesday, the same day Seinfeld starts streaming on Hulu, features a re-creation of Jerry’s 5A one-bedroom apartment and an exhibit of Seinfeld‘s famous props and set pieces. The gallery space also includes Seinfeld scripts and some of the real Seinfeld’s keepsakes from filming the show.
Fans enter the exhibit through a hallway of famous Seinfeld quotes and can take a left to stop by Jerry’s to dissect the day’s minutia. Although you can’t visit Kramer’s apartment, you can recreate George’s risque photo shoot, which Kramer directed…
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