Seinfeld. Best. Sitcom. Ever. I’m not interested in arguing this with anyone. I know what I know. The Office is a very close second, but Seinfeld is #1. That’s why I’m positively giddy about this news.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and live entertainment company Superfly are opening a new attraction called The Seinfeld Experience in New York City (where else?) this fall. It’s going to be an interactive event with a retail shop for fans of the quintessential ’90s sitcom.
Visitors will be able to “experience” costumes, set re-creations, props, and other memorabilia from the show. Plenty of exclusive, limited-edition merchandise will be available for purchase, so you may finally be able to say, “We want the Kramer,” and actually get something in return.
The Seinfeld Experience is timed to coincide with the show’s 30th anniversary and will be open seven days a week through February 2020. I can’t believe that I’m about to plan a vacation around this. But as I stated earlier: Best. Sitcom. Ever.
If you can’t wait until fall or winter for a Seinfeld experience, you need to be at BB&T Ballpark on August 1st. That’s when the Charlotte Knights are hosting a Seinfeld tribute night with an appearance by John O’Hurley, who played ‘J. Peterman.’ Plus, the first 2,000 fans will receive commemorative t-shirts. It’ll look great with your urban sombrero.