Seinfeld: The Apartment, an exhibition recreating Jerry’s iconic apartment from the long-running sitcom Seinfeld, is now open through Sunday in West Hollywood.
The exhibition debuted over the summer in the Meatpacking District of New York City to promote Seinfeld coming to online streaming service Hulu. This time the popup falls right around the time of Festivus, the alternative holiday created by George Costanza’s father, Frank.
“With the huge reaction we saw in New York City, we knew we had to bring this experience back for the fans,” said Jenny Wall, SVP, Head of Marketing, at Hulu. “Bringing all episodes of Seinfeld to Hulu has not only given fans a chance to relive the series in a new way, but it has brought in a whole new audience. This real life experience celebrates the show’s huge fan following.”
The exhibition includes props and scripts from the series and interactive displays.
if you happen to be on the Left Coast, drop by 8445 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
If you can’t get to the exhibition, you can tour Jerry’s Apartment in a fan-created virtual reality program. You could also go see East Hampton’s Jerry Seinfeld perform in his monthly residency at the Beacon Theatre.