World’s Only Selfie Museum Opens Up In Los Angeles


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It is definitely the age of selfies. Selfie lovers now have something to be excited about as they get a whole museum dedicated to selfies where they can learn all about the history of the selfie. Los Angeles recently opened the doors of a museum that will allow people to learn about the history of the selfie. It might surprise you to know that it has its roots dating back 40,000 years.

The visitors can explore the origin of the selfie through the lens of art, history, culture, and technology while taking some cool selfies on the way. It makes the whole experience fun and interactive. The visiting ticket to the museum costs $25.

Described below are some of the things that selfie lovers can do at the museum.

They can take awesome rooftop selfies in a wide range of sets. There are sets that mimic the top of a skyscraper where visitors can climb on top. There is also a two-sided toom that does not have self-reflection but is an excellent place for trick photography.

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There are a number of exhibitions that the selfie lovers can attend. These include the food selfie satisfies the taste buds as suggested by the name. There is also a narcissist selfie that exhibits the number of deaths as a result of selfie-related accidents.

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record-breaking selfie stick that measures 90-feet extends through the entire museum and people can take a memorable picture using that massive selfie stick.

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You can also learn about the artists from the past. It is a museum after all. It will also feature the artwork of the great artists like the works of Van Gogh and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Let us know in the comments if you would like to go there.

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