NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — One of the best-loved sitcoms is coming back to life.

Fans of the hit TV show “Seinfeld” will have a chance to visit Jerry Seinfeld’s fictional apartment.

An exact replica of the Upper West Side digs is opening up in the Meatpacking District.

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“Seinfeld: The Apartment” is complete with cereal boxes, VHS tapes and 90s magazines.

As CBS2’s Jill Nicolini reported, the exhibit makes you feel like you’re on the show. The door even swings open so you can make your own Kramer-style entrance.

People lined up in the Meatpacking District just to get a glimpse of the pop-up exhibit on Wednesday.

Fans can walk down the hall to Jerry’s apartment, and take note of the red light emanating under Kramer’s door.

“For the last 25 years I’ve been watching it on TV just to be able to feel like you’re part of the experience it’s just great,” Mike Pizzuto said.

The living room includes a bookshelf, stereo, and computer as well as the kitchen and bathroom.

“Being able to sit on the couch and look at the cereal boxes in the kitchen and Superman and stuff he keeps on the fridge is very cool,” Bruce Barrack said.

Even Larry Thomas, the actor who played the Soup Nazi, stopped by for a visit.

“Think of the incredible comedy that was created in that space so when you look at it subconsciously like you laugh because of all the times you saw them cracking you up in that atmosphere,” Thomas said.

After the show’s final episode was taped, a brick wall was set up at the official wrap party where cast and crew members signed it while reminiscing about their favorite Seinfeld memories.

Seinfeld lent the wall and many othe ritems from the set including the ‘Happy Face mitt,’ Bachman Pretzels jar,’ and the actual diner table and seats from Monk’s Cafe.

The recreation is sponsored by Hulu, which began streaming “Seinfeld” episodes Wednesday.

It is located at the Milk Studios on West 14th Street and will be open to the public through Sunday.

Admission is free.