Glam up your Instagram with pictures from the Seattle Selfie Museum.
Are you looking for a different and original activity to do with a friend in Seattle this weekend? The Seattle Selfie Museum will submerge you in a visual and social media contemporary experience. Prepare to lose track of time while you pose for photos in a variety of trippy, playfully-themed rooms.
The Selfie Museum started as a pop-up museum and had so much success that it became a permanent exhibition that reopened last year. They call themselves “the most Instagram-able place in the nation.” Now the museum just stepped it up another notch as they announced new backgrounds and setups in May 2022. So if you’ve already been, it might be time to schedule another visit!
It’s not all just lighthearted fun, though. Currently, the Selfie Museum is donating all of the proceeds of its annual pass sales towards Ukraine. You can purchase an annual membership here and enjoy unlimited visits with no reservations required.
Ready to blow your followers’ minds while supporting a good cause? The Selfie Museum is home to over 25 backdrops where you can take original photos, split between two floors. You can really get your creative juices flowing as you interact with giant chopsticks and rotary phones or strike a pose in a ball pit or in front of giant angel wings.
Located in Post Alley and walking distance from the legendary Pike Place Market, the museum is just past the famous Gum Wall (another popular scenario for pictures for the gram!).
All you need to enjoy the Selfie Museum is your phone and your most photogenic outfit. Don’t forget that even if it’s called the “Selfie Museum,” it’s not designed for you to take selfies. You’ll want to bring a friend to take pictures of you and vice-versa. So if you’re planning to go alone, don’t forget your selfie stick!
Secret tip: Make sure to charge your phone and free up plenty of storage space. You’ll be taking more than 100 pictures per visit.
Where: 92 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101
Hours: Mon-Thurs 12:00pm-8:00pm; Fri 11:00am-9:00pm; Sat 10:00am-10:00pm; Sun 11:00am-8:00pm
Price: one-day tickets start at $29
Featured image by Sara Romero Garay