PHOTOS & VIDEO: ‘Seinfield’ fans can visit Jerry’s apartment in new exhibit

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NEW YORK— Get out!

Jerry Seinfeld's iconic one-bedroom apartment made famous on the 1989-98 sitcom about nothing has been recreated in Manhattan — and it's something all right!

Jerry's apartment, of course, is the center of the wacky world populated by his eccentric friends. The show was set on the Upper West Side and filmed in Los Angeles, but this re-creation is in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, at Milk Studios, located at 451 W 14th Street. It's open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through this Sunday, June 28.

It's a stunt created by Hulu, which picked up the streaming rights to the series. (Fear not, you can still watch "Seinfeld" for free on PIX11.)

The interactive pop-up installation called, “Seinfeld: The Apartment,” allow fans to revisit some of the most memorable on-screen moments throughout the series. Fans can participate in an intimate George Costanza  photo shoot and experience  the infamous Kramer “barge-in” entrance.

The apartment features everything  from Jerry's various cereal options,  to his favorite statue of Superman, which made an appearance in nearly every episode.  The only thing missing is Jerry himself.

Click  below for a virtual tour.


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