Starting April 1st (go figure) the Museum of Selfies will open in LA.

The interact pop museum will explore the history and cultural phenomenon of the selfie for a limited two-month engagement.

Camera phones and selfie sticks welcome!

According to the website, “Visitors can explore the origin of the selfie through the lens of art, history, technology, and culture while taking some cool selfies of their very own with our interactive installations.

The Museum of Selfies promises to share the unseen depths and history of this cultural phenomenon. Whether you love them or hate them, you won’t see selfies the same way again.”

Museum highlights include one-of-a-kind exhibits dedicated to the most popular image categories including: the “high-up selfie,” a vertigo-inducing, rooftop selfie mimicking the top of LA’s tallest building; the “bathroom selfie,” a two-sided room that lacks self-reflection; a ”selfie throne” which resembles a familiar pop culture throne made entirely of selfie sticks, as well as a “history-of-the-selfie timeline.” Show goes will also be acle to marvel at the World’s Longest Selfie Stick.

The Museum of Selfies
211 N. Brand Boulevard in Glendale, CA

The interactive gallery will be open Wednesday through Friday from 12-8 p.m., and on weekends from 12-10 p.m.  Mondays will be reserved for buy-outs and private events.
Ticket prices are $25 and kids under three are free.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.themuseumofselfies.com.