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The Hall Of Breakfast Pop-Up Museum Is The Insta-worthy Experience You Never Knew You Needed

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If you love breakfast as much as I do, then your future brunch plans are about to get even better! The Hall of Breakfast pop-up museum is coming to Salt Lake City, Utah, and it is the foodie Instagram of your dreams. It’s a super creative take on the most important and super delicious meal of the day. The Hall of Breakfast describes itself as “an interactive pop-up art experience celebrating everything about breakfast, from the trivial to the transcendent.” 

The museum was founded, curated, and created by a group of artists from the Bigsley Event House who all share a love for breakfast. Each artist handmade 10 different  and whimsical breakfast-themed rooms. You first enter through a very retro refrigerator door, where you will then get to slide down a bacon slide, swing on top of giant sprinkled donut, pose by a light up egg yolk, or Snapchat a pic with pineapples in the shapes of flamingos in a colorful bowl.

In the waffle and pancake section, you can officially vote for your all time favorite. You can even jump into the Fruit Jungle ball pit that is filled with 200,000 pink balls. Honestly, this sounds like a fantastic start to your day!

What is great about this museum is that it’s designed to be interactive, so you are free to swing, touch, and snap as much as you want without anyone telling you “no”. 

“Breakfast represents a fresh start to the day with endless possibilities,” said Sophie Weichers, the exhibits project manager and designer to the Salt Lake Tribune. 

While there is no formal breakfast restaurant inside the exhibit, there will be food samples from local brands and restaurants in Utah like a maple bacon cookie from Ruthie Snap. There really is something for everyone here! At the end of your trip, you can by a souvenir from the gift shop that is filled with trendy items from local creators. It has everything from t-shirts to a waffle-shaped soap. 

For every ticket sold, the museum will also make a donation to the Utah Food Bank. The vibrant museum will be in the capital of Utah until July 9th, and then will be hitting the road to other cities. 

Grab your friends and your best camera because this is sure to be an experience you won’t forget! 


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