If you know every FRIENDS™ reference — from the most famous (“We were on a break!”) to the most obscure (“15 Yemen Road, Yemen”) — you must venture out to Plano to visit the incredible FRIENDS™ Experience: The One in Dallas, opens today at The Shops at Willow Bend!
This new immersive experience brings the FRIENDS™ set to life with interactive activities, irresistible merch, original props, and nostalgia-packed rooms recreated from the hit ‘90s series.
The exhibit features over 10 rooms with a series of set-pieces so you and your friends can recreate the show’s funniest sketches in its most iconic sets, including Joey and Chandler’s apartment, Monica and Rachel’s kitchen, Central Perk, and the famous fountain and couch as seen in the series’ intro.
In order to ensure public safety, the experience will be “Monica Clean” and implement numerous sanitary measures. As well as required masks to enter, thorough cleaning efforts, and available sanitizing stations located throughout the pop-up will be in place to ensure a safe and friendly experience.
There will also be the chance to relive some of the show’s most iconic moments: like the Pivot heard round the world! Step into the famous scene where Ross, Chandler, and Rachel try to move in a couch and try your hand at pushing it up yourself on the recreated stair corner from the show. You’ll also get to poke Ugly Naked Guy, and take part in plenty of other interactive activities spread throughout the experience.
Finally — and trust us — this is one of those immersive experiences where you’d gladly exit through the gift shop! The exhibit’s merch store includes t-shirts, coffee mugs, books, and other retail favorites — notwithstanding Joey’s bedtime penguin pal, Hugsy.
Indulge in your FRIENDS™ nostalgia, check out iconic memorabilia, and re-create some favorite moments at this fan-favorite experience! Tickets start at $32.50 + taxes and fees.
The experience is located at 6121 W Park Blvd in Plano and is open for you now through January 17.
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