Seinfeld: The Apartment

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Seinfeld: The Apartment
Photograph: Michael Juliano

Bundle up in your Gore-Tex coat and get ready to wait in line outside of a gallery on Melrose—it's the only building with a half-naked George Costanza mural—to pop in to a recreation of Jerry Seinfeld's apartment. Seinfeld: The Apartment is located at 8445 Melrose Ave, where it'll entertain close talkers and anti-dentites alike from December 16 to 20. It's free and open from 10am to 7pm, so between now and Sunday: giddy up!

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In addition to the apartment, you'll find all sorts of nostalgia-stirring props—Junior Mints, the Frogger machine, a Tweety Bird Pez dispenser on a row of theater seats—with accompanying Hulu clips (and a chaotic chorus of synth bass lines). The space is stocked with tons of photos ops, including the diner booth, Jerry's stand-up backdrop, a Festivus pole lot and a canvas wall signed by the entire cast and crew of the finale. While you're there, feel free to take a seat on the couch, peer into Kramer's reverse peephole at 5B and majestically drape yourself a la George over the infamous chaise lounge.

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