Entertainment Look inside Seinfeld's apartment, now in Meatpacking! By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated June 23, 2015 12:05 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Jerry Seinfeld and his puffy shirt have relocated to the Meatpacking District! While the 'Seinfeld' protagonist's fictional apartment was on the Upper West Side, Hulu has re-created Jerry's Manhattan living space right under the High Line. Mr. Seinfeld's private collection of memorabilia from the show as well as a complete re-construction of apartment 5A, home to many a laugh with George, Elaine and Kramer, is now on display at Milk Studios (451 W. 14th St.). You can make your big Kramer entrance into Jerry's apartment from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24 through Sunday, June 28 in honor of 'Seinfeld' streaming on Hulu. Kramer may have suffered through a long distance relationship with a woman below 14th St. but we predict long lines of 'Seinfeld' fans from every borough to visit the exhibit. Keep an eye out for Fusilli Jerry, a Festivus pole and plenty of photo opps. Welcome to 5A! Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Get your iPhone ready -- many Kramer-style entrances are ready to be made! And it looks just like Season 8... Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Make yourself at home! Kramer would. Browse Jerry's VHS collection Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Hey, we'd watch 'Pretty Woman' with Seinfeld any day. "You know, when you read Moby Dick the second time, Ahab and the whale become good friends." Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ 'Tropic of Cancer' -- not a library copy -- is also on Jerry's bookshelf. And into Jerry's office... Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ We know he used that computer to check stock quotes, and, um, other things. And the infamous kitchen. Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ You probably shouldn't help yourself to the cereal... but... Visit Kramer across the hall! Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Okay, so you won't find a jacuzzi in 5B but there is a special surprise waiting in the peephole. You can go hang out with your friends at Monk's Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ You actually can't sit here, but you can go to Tom's Restaurant (2880 Broadway), which has the iconic exterior of the 'Seinfeld' diner. These pretzels will make you thirsty! Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ iPads alongside the memorabilia will remind you of key 'Seinfeld' scenes. #TBT before photoshop Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Classic Costanza. And finally, a place that only has muffin tops! Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ No word on where the stubs are. No soup for you! Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Actually, there's a Hale and Hearty down the street... But you can check out the wall of special guest signatures and perhaps run into a special guest! These Junior Mints don't come with a warning. Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Just be careful. "The Last Script" Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ This may be the best painting you'll ever see. So what's with Hulu? Photo Credit: MELISSA KRAVITZ Go ahead, you know you want to. Laugh track not provided. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 14 'Seinfeld' episodes to watch on Hulu firstAll 180 episodes are now on Hulu. Visit the Seinfeld apartment -- well, sort ofIt will feature the couch, the kitchen, and a "Seinfeld" gallery with props, scripts and rare memorabilia. 15 NYC-based TV shows to binge watchThere's no place like New York... especially on-screen. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.