Seattle's Selfie Museum has made Post Alley its permanent location

Feb 12 2020, 11:57 am

Enter the pages of a coloring book, grow golden angel wings, or go bananas on a yellow swing set — all this is possible at the Seattle Selfie Museum.

What began as a pop-up earlier this month has already received incredible amounts of love — enough for it to become a permanent installation near the ‘gram-worthy gum wall.

Tucked away in Post Alley, the Seattle Selfie Museum is one of Seattle’s best spots to get the perfect shot for your social media feed.

 

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Organizers describe the museum as “the first interactive museum of it’s kind in Washington,” featuring over 25 kinds of installations, murals, local art, and creative backdrops.

 

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Museum-goers are allotted an hour time slot to visit the museum. Expect to need only 30 minutes if you’re flying solo, and the full hour if you’re bringing along friends and family.

 

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We suggest picking up your tickets online as tickets, at the door often sell out.

 

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The museum is free for those 4 and under, $22 for guests 5-12, $29 for adults on weekdays, and $34 on weekends.

 

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Seattle Selfie Location

Location: Post Alley — 92 Union Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-487-4500
Admission: Online; $22+
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