THEATER DISTRICT, Manhattan (PIX11) – The Museum of Broadway is an immersive and interactive theatrical experience devoted to musicals, plays, and the people who make them.

It features the work of dozens of designers, artists, and theater historians while taking visitors on a journey along Broadway from its birth to the present.

Lots of Broadway stars got their first glimpse. Actress Jane Krakowski brought her 11-year-old son Bennett, who said he really liked the costumes.

“I thought it was really wonderful,” Krakowski told PIX11 News. “It feels like the right time for this museum when Broadway was closed for so long.”

PIX11 also got a sneak peek of the museum which celebrates the way Broadway shows come together. There’s a special exhibit called “the making of a Broadway show.” And even those who’ve appeared on and off Broadway found it informative.

“It was educational and immersive,” Nelson Cruz, an actor, told PIX11 News. “And I liked that they had a section on ‘Rent’, the show I was in.”

Actor Lovell Adams-Gray loved the museum but wished he could have learned more about the time period when actors first used The Method. And a few actors had a few little bones to pick.

With tongue firmly planted in cheek, Tony-Award winner Frances Ruffelle wondered where her picture from ‘Les Miserables’ was, but she’ll be back.

“I’ll come back with friends once they put my picture there,” Ruffelle said with a chuckle.

The Museum of Broadway is located at 145 West 45th St. and will open to the public Tuesday at 10 a.m. Timed tickets are $39.