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'The Taylor Swift Experience' is Headed to South Street Seaport

By Irene Plagianos | October 18, 2016 4:00pm
 The Taylor Swift Experience is headed to the South Street Seaport.
The Taylor Swift Experience is headed to the South Street Seaport.
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Attention Swifties: tired of waiting for your idol outside of her swank TriBeCa loft? There will soon be a new home for all things Taylor Swift in Lower Manhattan.

"The Taylor Swift Experience," a traveling exhibit that features sure-to-be obsessive fan favorites — like the pop megastar's handwritten lyrics, family photos, and a host of her concert and video outfits — is headed to the South Street Seaport.

A warning to potential visitors — you might think you've died and gone to T-Swift heaven.

The "experience", which Swift helped to curate, debuted at the Grammy Museum in December 2014, just in time for her 25th birthday, and it was the museum's most popular exhibit ever.

Since then, the exhibit's traveled the country, and will make its way to 19 Fulton St. on Nov. 19, where it will stay until February 2017.

A few other things you can expect at the exhibit — big photos of T-Swift that you can use as backdrops for your own pictures:

A closeup look at some of Swift's favorite childhood books:


"Puppy on the Farm." Courtesy of Taylor Swift. #taylorswiftexperience 🐶🚜

A photo posted by Adam Donaghey (@adamdonaghey) on

More dresses:


Actual closet goals 🙌🏻 #ootd #bigtex #TaylorSwiftExperience

A photo posted by Eleanor (@eleanorprichard) on

And some interactive elements — here's Taylor Swift herself, shaking it off, at her own exhibit:


Went to the Grammy Museum in LA to see the exhibit they did on ma life. My behavior was as embarrassing as usual.

A video posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Tickets are $9, and can be purchased starting Wednesday via Ticketmaster. And head here for a deeper look at that Swift shrine.