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Did you do this the last time the Friends television show pop-up experience was in Boston in the Fenway neighborhood? Wasn't it an absolute blast? It's also been in New York and as a matter of fact, is there right now, again.

I went to the one in Boston with one of my girlfriends in 2019 when the original pop-up experience was touring. We had so much fun seeing actual props and costumes from the iconic sitcom about best friends living in Manhattan.

From sitting in their apartments to pivoting the couch and seeing tons of costumes, clearly, it was popular enough to make another go of it for 2024.

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Jolana Miller/Townsquare Media

I'm sure I don't need to tell you about this world-famous award-winning sitcom but just in case, this is the one where Jennifer Aniston plays Rachel Green, Courtney Cox plays Monica Geller, Lisa Kudrow is Phoebe Buffay, Matt LaBlanc plays Joey Tribiani, David Schimmer plays Monica's brother Ross, and Matthew Perry, may he RIP, is Chandler Bing.

The series ran from 1994 to 2004 and to absolutely no one's surprise has a cult following while gaining new popularity among younger generations as well. It's been in syndication for more than 20 years and still going strong. But I digress.

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Jolana Miller/Townsquare Media

Although there isn't a specific date yet for the one when the Friends Experience comes to Boston, according to the website you can join the waitlist for the official announcement and tickets which should happen this Spring 2024.

Meanwhile, the one where the Friends Experience is in New York on the corner of Lexington Avenue and 23rd Street is going on right now.

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It usually stays in town for several weeks. The one in Boston will open at 343 Newbury Street. There's also one in Miami.

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