CLEVELAND, Ohio —Just east of downtown Cleveland, a local man has set up what he calls a selfie museum. It's called Winter Wonder Cleveland.
- It’s filled with exhibits specifically designed to be photographed with you in the picture
- There are tripod phone stands placed in front of every photo-op, so you can set the timer and get your whole group in the photo
- It runs until January 12
Winter Wonder Cleveland is filled with exhibits specifically designed to be photographed— and provides a warm escape to the winter weather.
“Regardless of your capabilities, your demographics of where you're located, what the weather's doing, most importantly, this is open for anyone all the time, so this was an easy decision,” said Jason Percival, Winter Wonder Cleveland creator.
Percival has set up tripod phone stands so you can set the timer and get your whole group in the photo.
“Something that brings joy to so many people, so it's experiential, it's fun, it's a picture that's going to be shared 2.5 million times,” said Percival.
Ticket sales are actually set up so that only a certain number of people can come in every hour. That will give plenty of time in each room to get that perfect shot.
“The idea is that we can only sell 60 tickets per hour. And once those are out, that's it, because we don't want to have overcrowding, we don't want to ruin anyone's experience, we want you to take your time with your friends or your family, get the perfect picture at your own pace, and enjoy it.”
Winter Wonder Cleveland runs from now until January 12.
Percival says it’s best if you purchase your tickets online ahead of time.