SEATTLE — Need a reminder you should always believe in your-selfie?
Since opening on February 2, the Seattle Selfie Museum pop-up has been such a hit it’s now a permanent fixture located near Pike Place Market.
The space has more than colorful 20 installations designed for selfies or portraits. They’re all professionally lit and many include props for interactive poses.
Admission includes one hour of free reign inside the museum, which spans two floors of Instagrammable space.
Unlike traditional museums, the owners of The Selfie Museum say guests are the masterpieces.
Pro tip: bring quick clothing changes and a friend to help you snap photos.
Weekdays are the most affordable time to visit – adult tickets are $29. The price jumps to $34 on weekends. Kids 5-12 are $22 and children 4 and under get in free.
The Seattle Selfie Museum is located 92 Union Street, just past the Gum Wall in Post Alley.
They’re open every day of the week, and online reservations are recommended.