After a successful Kickstarter and an opening gala bash this weekend, the Tonya Harding Nancy Kerrigan 1994 museum is now officially open for business. Roommates Viviana Olen and Matt Harkins became obsessed with the ice skating scandal after watching the documentary The Price of Gold. They wanted to raise $75 to blow up some giant photos of Harding and Kerrigan and hang them in their hallway, but instead they gained more than $2,000 and started collecting historic artifacts from the era. Now, their Brooklyn apartment hallway is fully decked out and ready for your viewing pleasure. You can make an appointment to see the museum in person online, or check out a virtual tour from Matt and Viviana below.
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