This pop-up will be there for you — but not for long.
A “Friends”-themed pop-up offering quintessential photo-ops from the popular ’90s TV show is coming to Boston Nov. 21 through Jan. 5.
Tickets for the “Friends” 25th Anniversary Pop-Up, which will be located at 401 Park in the Fenway, go on sale Nov. 1 at noon, according to representatives for experience company Superfly, which is behind the exhibit. General admission tickets will cost $29.50.
The pop-up, which just had a popular run in New York City, will include set re-creations — including the couch in the opening credits, Monica’s apartment door, the couch from the “Pivot!” episode, and all of Chandler’s clothing (“Could I be wearing any more clothes?”) — and more than 50 original props from the show.
The exhibit will also include a turkey fans can stick on their head, Chandler and Joey’s recliner and foosball table, and a replica of the Central Perk coffee shop.
“Just like the show, the pop-up is a fun and joyful experience that brings people together,” said Superfly cofounder Jonathan Mayers in a statement. “We received an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response from fans in New York who visited the pop-up, so we’re really looking forward to continuing the celebration and bringing this unique experience to Bostonians.”
There will also be special events for “Friendsgiving” and New Year’s Eve, though it will close early for actual Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve, and will be closed on Christmas Day. There will also be a shop with “Friends” merch for sale.
For more information, visit Friends25Popup.com.