Glam up your Instagram with pictures from the Seattle Selfie Museum.
Are you looking for a different and original plan in the city? The Seattle Selfie Museum will submerge you in a visual and social media contemporary experience. Prepare yourself to lose track of time while you pose in different ways.
The Selfie Museum started as a pop-up museum and had so much success that it became a permanent exhibition that reopened this year. The Selfie Museum is home to 20 backdrops where you can take original photos, split between two floors.
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! Don’t forget that even if it’s called the “Selfie Museum,” it’s not designed for you to take selfies. You’ll need to bring a friend to take pictures of you and vice-versa, and if you’re planning to go alone, don’t forget your selfie stick!
Secret tip: Make sure you have lots of room on your phone. 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: The ticket prices go from $22 to $34 depending on the age of the visitors and the day of the week.
Featured image by Sara Romero Garay.