You Can Go Chill in Jerry Seinfeld’s TV Apartment This Weekend

Do pretzels make you thirsty? Have you ever used a balm? Do you have a remarkable passion for brassieres?

Do you know anyone who might be named Mulva?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, we have just the place for you: a replica of Jerry Seinfeld’s television apartment, which is currently open to guests as part of a pop-up memorabilia museum located at Milk Studios in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

Hulu, the US-based television streaming service (that we desperately need here in Canada), has joined forces with the folks at Magnetic Collaboration to create this museum fully outfitted with a Festivus Pole, a familiar booth from the local café, a photoshoot set that may have landed George Costanza a few unexpected admirers, and of course, the almost-never-locked Apartment 5A on West 81st Street.

There’s only one piece of bad news…

It’s only open until this Sunday, June 28th.

So better hurry up, ‘cause you know what happens when you lollygag…


All photos courtesy of Tod Seelie/Gothamist