Warner Bros. created a pop-up Central Perk in New York City to celebrate Friends last year, and now that Seinfeld — all 180 episodes — are set to debut June 24 on Hulu, the streaming service is paying homage to Jerry and company with "Seinfeld: The Apartment," an interactive celebration of the people, places, and obsessions of TV Jerry and his friends and neighbors.
The installation, which opens to the public on June 24 and remains open through June 28, features a walk-thru re-creation of Jerry’s apartment (complete with cereal-stocked kitchen, James Rizzi print, and a media shelf with some interesting CD selections); a wall signed by a plethora of Seinfeld cast, crew, and guest stars (including a certain pork pie hat-wearing Breaking Bad star); authentic Seinfeld props like David Puddy’s beloved New Jersey Devils jersey, George’s ill-fated Frogger game, and the Tweety Bird Pez that sent Elaine into a fit of giggles, and the Monk’s booth where so many classic Seinfeld moments unfolded.
The exhibit also includes a few surprises we won’t spoil here, but trust us: You'll want to stop at the door of Apartment 5B — the humble abode of one Cosmo Kramer — and look through the peephole.
"Seinfeld: The Apartment" is open from June 24-28, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, at Milk Studios, 451 West 14th Street in New York City. (Admission is free.) Seinfeld, the complete series, debuts on Hulu on June 24.