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This Museum Is A Multi-Sensory Exhibit Aiming to Make All Its Visitors Happy

© Happy Place Pop-Up

One of the main activities that we set out to do when visiting new destinations usually revolves around visiting museums and sightseeing. What if you left significantly happier from the next museum that you visited?

Happy Place is a pop up museum created because of the belief that our world today can use a lot more happiness – which seems like a fair objective in deciding to open up a museum.

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The concept behind Happy Place is to provide for a Multi-Sensory photo friendly exhibit which will evoke feelings of happiness in its visitors.

“Surreal experience, you’d have to be at the place to know what it’s like” according to one of its younger visitors according to CBS Chicago.

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The Happy Place museum is a 20 000 square foot exhibit consisting of 13 “made for instagram” rooms. Some of the themes running throughout the rooms are upside-down bedroom, disco room as well as their signature “rubber ducky bathtub of fun” room.

The overarching concept could be described as the provision of moments curated to Capture Your Happy.

Ever since the pop-ups launched the museum had tickets sold-out in Los Angeles, Chicago and Toronto.

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If you’d like to visit the Happy Place the latest pop-up launch is currently open in Boston from April 5th – June 2nd.

Tickets cost $30-35 for more information head over on their website.

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