There's a New Pop-Up Selfie Museum Coming to Cleveland to Make All Your Holiday Photo Dreams Come True


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Holiday pop-up experiences are all the rage in Cleveland, and this year one more is joining in the fray.

Winter Wonder Cleveland, a pop-up selfie museum — seriously — is coming to the Hamilton Collaborative (5401 Hamilton Ave.), the same rambling building where IngenuityFest is held.

Running Black Friday through Jan. 12, the event takes internet influencers/families/friends/haters through 10 rooms with holiday-themed art installations set up to interact and take photos with on your own camera. The rooms should take about an hour to get through, culminating in the final main hall room that offers curling, drinks, live music and more.

Tickets run between $19 and $28, depending on what date and time you'd like to attend. Want a weekend night ($28)? That's going to cost you. Okay, with early afternoon on a weekday ($19)? You'll save money. Kids between 3 and 12 get in for $16, but kids under 3 are free.

Do remember to dress warmly and watch your step in the Hamilton Collaborative. It's old.

Find out more about the event at

For other great selfie spots in Cleveland, head here.

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